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History of the club
Club formed in 1987 by M. Shields. SGA club in fall of 1990. M. Hart became chief instructor in 1996.
High section
ulgool
Middle section
Momtong
Low section
Arae
Hook kick
Huryeo chagi
Numbers 11-20
Yul-Hana, Yul-Dul, Yul-Set, Yul-Net, Yul-Dasut, Yul-Yosut, Yul-Ilgop, Yul-Yodul, Yul-Ahop, Sumul
Numbers 21-30
Sumul-Hana, Sumul-Dul, Sumul-Set, Sumul-Net, Sumul-Dasut, Sumul-Yosut, Sumul-Ilgop, Sumul-Yodul, Sumul-Ahop, Suron
Numbers 31-40
Suron-Hana, Suron-Dul, Suron-Set, Suron-Net, Suron-Dasut, Suron-Yosut, Suron-Ilgop, Suron-Yodul, Suron-Ahop, Mahon
Numbers 41-50
Mahon-Hana, Mahon-Dul, Mahon-Set, Mahon-Net, Mahon-Dasut, Mahon-Yosut, Mahon-Ilgop, Mahon-Yodul, Mahon-Ahop, Schwin
Ordinal numbers
Il, Ee, Sam, Sa, Oh, Yook, Chil, Pal, Ku, Sip
Tenets of Taekwondo
Courtesy, Integrity, Perseverence, Self-Control, Indomitable Spirit
White Belt
Signifies innocence, as that of a beginning student who has no previous knowledge of Taekwondo
Yellow Belt
Signifies the Earth from which a plant sprouts and takes root as the Taekwondo foundation is being laid
Green Belt
Signifies the plant's growth as the Taekwondo skill begins to develop
Blue Belt
Signifies the Heaven, towards which the plant matures into a towering gree as training in Taekwondo progresses
Red Belt
Signifies danger, cautioning the student to exercise control and warning the opponent to stay away
Black
Opposite of white, therefore, signifying the maturity and proficiency in Taekwondo
Significance of 24
The life of a human can be considered as a day when compared with eternity. 24 hours or an entire life.
Korean Flag
The Korean flag (Taegeukki) consists of a white background with a red/blue circle in the center and 4 trigrams in black on the corners. The circle represents the concepts of Um and Yang and is called Taegeuk. These are opposites, such as light/dark, fire/water, and others, but also represent two sides of the same thing, such as male/female. The trigrams, moving clockwise from the upper left (when horizontal) are Heaven, Water, Earth and Fire.
U.S. Flag
The U.S. flag consists of a blue background with 50 stars in the upper left hand corner and 13 stripes for the rest of the flag. The 50 stars, represent the 50 states, and the 13 stripes represent the 13 original colonies. The colors red, white, and blue also have significance. Red symbolizes courage, and the blood shed for freedom. White represents purity, and blue represents liberty and justice.
3rd Dan techniques
Warrier ready stance A; Twin low knifehand block; Combination high pressing block to supported punch; Low punch w/twin fist; Waving kick; Waving kick block;
2nd Dan stances and strikes
Diagonal, Keumgang, Bending ready B, Juche stances; Strikes: Downward elbow. two-finger, supported downward backfist, twin knifehand inward, downward backhand, spinning turning punch, palm to jaw
2nd Dan blocks and kicks
Blocks: Keumgang, Hooking kick block, middle inward knifehand; Kicks: jumping dodging reverse turning
1st Dan strikes
Arc hand strike; side punch w/twin fist; Twin side elbow strike; single knuckle punch; angle punch
1st Dan blocks
Single knifehand block; Pressing block w/forefist; Double block w/arc-hand; Wedging block w/inner forearm; Inward w/hammerfist or knifehand; U-shape grasp; single palm scooping; 9-shape
Red belt techniques
Hand to forehead; checking block w/X-knifehand; double palm scooping block; Vertical stance; close ready stance C; twin rear elbow strike; upset punch; pushing block w/palm;
Why 9 dans?
General Choi: the number three is a powerful number in the orient, so three three's must be the most powerful.