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STANCES AND HAND TECHNIQUES EXPLANATION

"AN-PALMOK MOMTONG-MAKKI" (INBONE BLOCK):

Starting from waist across the body, hand in fist stopping at shoulder length what makes this different from inside block that the hand in fist (striking with outside part of the hand)

"APKOOBI" (FRONT STANCE):

50% front leg and 50% back leg. Feet should be shoulder apart and twice shoulder width from front foot to back foot. Bend front knee, front leg 90% to floor. Turn back foot 45degrees outward. Eyes focused forward, upper body straight.

"AP-SEOGI" (WALKING STANCE):

Your normal step distance between front and back foot. Feet parallel to each other and one foot width apart.

"ARAE MAKKI" (LOW BLOCK):

Go into front stance with a downward sweep of arm stopping over knee that is bent. Hand in fist with bone area to outside.

‘BAKAT-MAKKI" (OUTSIDE BLOCK):

Start at ear with hand into fist swing across the front area of body shoulder to shoulder stopping at opposite shoulder, fist no higher than shoulder level.

"BEOM-SEOGI" (TIGER STANCE):

One foot length between front and back foot. Feet form 45 degrees angle. Lift up heel of front foot. 90% of body weight on back leg, 10% front leg, both knees bent, back straight.

"CHARYOT" (ATTENTION)

"DWITKOOBI" (BACK STANCE):

Feet form 90 degrees angle. Two feet length distance between front and back. 70% body weight on back leg. 30% body weight on front leg. Both knees bent, balance focused on back leg. Heel from back leg must be on alignment with shoulder, front knee must be on alignment with shoulder and slightly bent.

"EOLGOOL-MAKKI" (HIGH BLOCK):

Bring bent arm up over head, the bend should be at a 45 degrees angle, hand should be in a fist with outer wrist bone area of arm upward should not be able to see arm when looking with eyes upward, fist length away from middle of head.

"HAKTARI-SEOGI" (CRANE STANCE):

Stand on one leg with that knee bent. Place the arch of the other foot against the inside of the standing knee.

"JOOMEOK" (FIST):

Spread out all the fingers. Begin folding them in front the last phalanxes of the fingers except the thumb. Refolding the fingers, clench them to the palm. Hold them together tight until the palm gets wrinkled. Then press the thumb firmly upon the folded mass of the

four fingers. The striking point is the front part of the knuckles of the first phalanxes of the index and middle fingers.

"JOONBI" (READY):

Lower fist to belt line spacing one fist apart, all other body motion stops.

"JOOCHOOM-SEOGI" (HORSE STANCE):

Spread the feet 1-1/2 feet apart sideways, lower your height by bending both knees slightly, your body weight should be balanced equally.

"KOA-SEOGI" (FEET CROSSED):

Front foot straight, back foot behind resting on ball of foot, both knees bent back straight.

"MOA-SEOGI" (FEET TOGETHER)

"MOMTONG-MAKKI" (INSIDE BLOCK):

Hand into fist from waist level swing upward to opposite shoulder stopping at shoulder and fist no higher than shoulder level.

"MOOREUP-CHIGI" (STRIKE WITH THE KNEES):

Crash upward with the knees. When Mooreup-Chigi is executed, it is effective to hold the opponent with your hands.

"PALKOOP-CHIGI" (HIT WITH ELBOWS):

There are five variations:

1. Dollyo-Chigi Striking by turning around the elbow.

2. Ollyo-Chigi Striking upward

3. Yeopeuro-Chigi Striking sidewise

4. Dwiro-Chigi Striking backward

5. Naeryo-Chigi Striking downward

6. Palkoop-Chigi is convenient to attack an opponent close by.

"PALMOK" (WRIST):

Palmok is mainly used in defense. The whole wrist is used.

Palmok has four different names according to the part with which the defense is executed.

1. An-Palmok: The thumb side of the wrist.

2. Bakat-Palmok: The ulna side of the wrist.

3. Wi-Palmok: The back side of the wrist.

4. Mit-Palmok: The palm side of the wrist.

"PYONGHI-SEOGI" (FEET APART, SHOULDER LENGTH):

Spread two feet sidewise. The angle of each foot is 22.5 degrees. Knees straight. The stance is mainly used for Gibon-Seogi which is the "ready stance" for many actions?

"SONNAL" (KNIFE HAND):

It is also called hand edge. Pressing the four fingers tightly together, stretch them. Then bend the last and middle phalanxes of the finger so that the tips of the middle and index fingers are even in length. Press the thumb firmly to the side of the first phalanx of the index finger. The tip of the thumb is a little bent toward the palm. The outer edge of the hand is used. This part is Sonnal, a hand knife.

"SONNAL MOMTONG MAKKI" (DOUBLE KNIFE MIDDLE BLOCK)

"SONNAL ARAE MAKKI" (DOUBLE KNIFE LOW BLOCK)

Low block starts from behind the head with a downward sweep both hands in knife hand position, front hand stops over leg and 2nd hand/arm bent over middle section of body, fist away from Torso

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