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Taekwondo Intermediate Level - Korean Martial Arts

In this course, you will learn the last 3 chapters to complete the black belt program. You don’t need any experience.

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Course Content

6 sections • 6 lectures •
Introduction

We teach Korean Martial Arts Taekwondo & Hapkido programs to students of all ages & fitness levels. Join us & learn a positive mental attitude, improve confidence, & focus. We offer In-Person & Online Classes and also Pre-Recorded Video Lessons & Virtual Live Classes.

The following is one possible lesson sequence.  To do your self-paced training, follow this sequence by working from this introduction, basic Korean terminology.

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Follow-up procedures make your self-paced online training authentic.

START THE CLASS

It is the responsibility of the senior belt present to be sure class begins in a timely fashion

  1. Senior belt calls: Line up by belt rank

  2. The class responds : Yes sir and/or ma’am

  3. Senior belt says: Face the flags - Attention stance - Bow

  4. Senior belt says: Face masters - Bow

  5. Senior belt says: On your kneel

  6. Senior belt says:

​​Ten articles of mental training (for child students) Listen and Repeat

​Be loyal to your country "Loyalty"

Be obedient to your parents "Obedience"

Be loving to your family "Love"

Be cooperative with others "Cooperation"

Be faithful to friends "Faithfulness"

Be respectful of Masters "Respect"

Be honest in personal affairs "Honesty"

Show concern for others "Compassion"

Never attack without reason "Mercy"

Finish what you start "Persistence"

Or student pledge (for adult students) Listen and Repeat

​Students understand that the martial arts program works to improve the whole person. Therefore, it insists on the constant interaction between the spiritual and the physical. Students will follow the high ideals of all cultures long ago such as acceptance, non-violence, respect for their peers, dedication to duty, and honor to their superiors.

Students shall maintain a good relationship with their school. Students will be loyal to the spirit of martial arts, as well as to those who are inspired by the martial arts spirit. Since Students have chosen to become a martial artist, Students are thankful to be loyal to its spirit.

Students will not criticize other students. An unwritten rule of martial arts requires that students only speak well of other students.

Students shall be very careful about making promises, but Students shall keep the ones they do make

Students shall be on time for class.

I shall react maturely in every event, regardless of whether it is favorable, frustrating, or disastrous, as I represent my school.

I will always act with my purpose before me I will act with sincerity and honesty.

I will endeavor to overcome any shyness I might feel in front of an audience. In this effort, I will assist my instructors in teaching beginning students whenever possible.

I will not hesitate to take the necessary risks to develop into an ideal martial artist

l will finish what I start, to reach my goals, and set new ones.

​8. Senior belt says: Two claps – Grand bow – Return – Stand up

9. Class responds: Courtesy

10. Senior belt leads: Stretching

END THE CLASS

  1. Senior belt calls: Line up by belt rank

  2. The class responds: Yes sir and/or ma’am

  3. Senior belt says: Turn around – Listen to position – Fix your uniform and belt – Stand up when you are done

  4. Senior belt says: Face the flags - Attention stance - Bow

  5. Senior belt says: Face masters - Bow

  6. Senior belt says: Put your hands on your knees – Say "ki hap" 5 times after me

  7. The class responds: Repeat after

  8. Senior belt says: One two three

  9. The class responds: Three claps

  10. Senior belt says: Who is the best?

  11. The class responds: We are

  12. Senior belt says: Class dismissed

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Chapter 1 Techniques

Korean Terminology

MEANING KOREAN - PRONUNCIATION

Fighting stance - Gyuh Roo Gee Jun Bee

Begin - Shee Jack

Punch/strike - Chi Gee

Front snap kick - Ahp Cha Gee

Roundhouse kick - Dohl Lyuh Cha Gee

Ax kick - Jee Guh Cha Gee

Jump axe kick - Deewee Uh Jee Guh Cha Gee

Tae Geuk Number Two - Tae Geuk Ee Jang

​One - Ha Na

Two - Dahl

Three - Set

Four - Net

Five-Dah Suit

Six - Yuh Suit

Seven - Eel Gohp

Eight - Yuh Duhl

Nine - Ah Hope

Ten - Yuhl

Kicking Combination

NUMBER ONE: Fighting stance - Lead hand punch - Front snap kick - Roundhouse kick - Axe kick - Jump ax kick - Go back to Gyuh Roo Gee Jun Bee - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

NUMBER TWO: The opposite side

Self-defense

NUMBER ONE: Fighting stance Palm block - Double punch/say "the Kwon" - Roundhouse kick - Go back to Fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

NUMBER TWO: The opposite side

Form

TAE GEUK EE JANG: Attention stance - Ready stance - 1)Walking stance/low block - 2)Front stance/punch - 3)Turn around/walking stance/low block - 4)Front stance/punch - 5)Turn/walking stance/middle block - 6)Walking stance/middle block - 7)Turn/walking stance/low block - 8)Front snap kick/front stance/punch - 9)Turn around/walking stance/low block - 10)Front snap kick/front stance/punch - 11)Turn/walking stance/high block - 12)Walking stance/high block - 13)Turn around/walking stance/middle block - 14)Turn around/walking stance/middle block - 15)Turn/walking stance/low block - 16)Front snap kick/walking stance/punch - 17)Front snap kick/walking stance/punch - 18)Front snap kick/walking stance/punch/say "gi hap" - Return - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

Breaking

AXE KICK: Fighting stance - Say "focus sir/confidence sir" - Axe kick/say "gi hap" - Go back to Fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

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Chapter 2 Techniques

Korean Terminology

MEANING KOREAN - PRONUNCIATION

Continue - Geh Sock

Break/split - Gahl Lyuh

Punch/strike - Chi Gee

Front snap kick - Ahp Cha Gee

Roundhouse kick - Dohl Lyuh Cha Gee

Sidekick - Yop Cha Gee

Tae Geuk Number Three - Tae Geuk Sam Jang

Kicking Combination

NUMBER ONE: Fighting stance - Backhand punch - Front snap kick - Roundhouse kick - Skip side kick - Go back to Fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

NUMBER TWO: The opposite side

Self-defense

NUMBER ONE: Fighting stance - In/out middle block - Body punch - Knee kick - Knife hand strike - Go back to the fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

NUMBER TWO: The opposite side

Form

TAE GEUK SAM JANG: Attention stance - Ready stance - 1)Walking stance/low block - 2)Front snap kick/front stance/double punch - 3)Turn around/walking stance/low block - 4)Front snap kick/front stance/double punch - 5)Turn/walking stance/knife hand strike - 6)Walking stance/knife hand strike - 7)Turn/back stance/single knife hand block - 8)Front stance/punch - 9)Turn around/back stance/single knife hand block - 10)Front stance/punch - 11)Turn/walking stance/middle block - 12)Walking stance/middle block - 13)Turn around/walking stance/low block - 14)Front snap kick/front stance/double punch - 15)Turn around/walking stance/low block - 16)Front snap kick/front stance/double punch - 17)Turn/walking stance/low block/punch - 18)Walking stance/low block/punch - 19)Front snap kick/walking stance/low block/punch - 20)Front snap kick/walking stance/low block/punch/say "gi hap" - Return - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

Breaking

SIDE KICK: Fighting stance - Say "focus sir/confidence sir" - Side kick/say "gi hap" - Go back to fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

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Chapter 3 Technique

Korean Terminology

MEANING KOREAN - PRONUNCIATION

Half point deduction - Gyeng Go

Stop - Goh Mahn

Punch/strike - Chi Gee

Front snap kick - Ahp Cha Gee

Roundhouse kick - Dohl Lyuh Cha Gee

Back kick - Deewee Cha Gee

Tae Geuk Number Four - Tae Geuk Sah Jang

Kicking Combination

NUMBER ONE: Fighting stance - Hook punch - Front snap kick - Roundhouse kick - Back kick - Go back to Fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

NUMBER TWO: The opposite side

Self-defense

NUMBER ONE: Fighting stance - Skip back - Low and middle block - Side kick - Go back to Fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

NUMBER TWO: The opposite side

Form

TAE GEUK SAH JANG: Attention stance - Ready stance - 1)Back stance/double knife hand block - 2)Front stance/finger tip strike - 3)Turn around/back stance/double knife hand block - 4)Front stance/finger tip strike - 5)Turn/front stance/knife hand block and strike - 6)Front snap kick/front stance/punch - 7)Side kick - 8)Side kick/back stance/double knife hand block - 9)Turn around/back stance/single hand block - 10)Front snap kick/back stance/middle block - 11)Turn/back stance/single hand block - 12)Front snap kick/back stance/middle block - 13)Turn/front stance/knife hand block and strike - 14)Front snap kick/middle block - 15)Turn/walking stance/middle block and punch - 16)Turn/walking stance/middle block and punch - 17)Turn/front stance/middle block/double punch - 18)Front stance/middle block/double punch/say " gi hap" - Return - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

Breaking

BACK KICK: Fighting stance - Say "focus sir/confidence sir" - Back kick/say "gi hap" - Go back to fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

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Chapter 4 Technique

Korean Terminology

MEANING KOREAN - PRONUNCIATION

One point deduction - Gam Jeom

Blue - Chung

Red - Hong

Punch/strike - Chi Gee

Front snap kick - Ahp Cha Gee

Roundhouse kick - Dohl Lyuh Cha Gee

Jump side kick - Deewee Uh Yop Cha Gee

Tae Geuk Number Five - Tae Geuk Oh Jang

Kicking Combination

NUMBER ONE: Fighting stance - Upper punch - Front snap kick - Roundhouse kick - Jump side kick - Go back to Fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

NUMBER TWO: The opposite side

Self-defense

NUMBER ONE: Fighting stance - Hooking - Grab the shoulder - Takedown - Punch - Go back to Fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

NUMBER TWO: The opposite side

Form

TAE GEUK OH JANG: Attention stance - Ready stance - 1)Front stance/low block - 2)Walking stance/hammer fist - 3)Turn around/front stance/low block - 4)Walking stance/hammer fist - 5)Turn/front stance/double middle block - 6)Front snap kick/front stance/double middle block - 7)Front snap kick/front stance/double middle block - 8)Front stance/middle block - 9)Turn around/back stance/single knife hand block - 10)Front stance/elbow strike - 11)Turn around/back stance/single knife hand block - 12)Front stance/elbow strike - 13)Turn/front stance/low block and middle block - 14)Front snap kick/front stance/low block and middle block - 15)Turn/front stance/high block - 16)Side kick/front stance/elbow strike - 17)Turn around/front stance/high block - 18)Side kick/front stance/elbow strike - 19)Turn/low block and middle block - 20)Front snap kick/twisted stance/back fist/say "gi hap" Return - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

Breaking

JUMP SIDEKICK: Fighting stance - Say "focus sir/confidence sir" - Jump side kick/say "gi hap" - Go back to Fighting stance - Hands up - Attention stance - Bow

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Requirements

  • Students will be involved in physical activity as part of P.E. This course advises students of any potential hazards (including, but not limited to, needing an open workout space, a water bottle if needed, and adequate stretching beforehand) as well as injuries that can occur if not properly supervised.

Description

This flexible course allows you to complete each chapter technique at the most convenient time for you throughout the day/week/month/year.  Classes are not live with the master in real-time, but videos created by the master or posted by the master are pre-recorded and can be paused and replayed however many times you like or need to throughout the full lifetime access of the course.  Students will also complete and turn in assignments at the end of each chapter technique for their belt testing online.

The Learning Objectives Are Student-Centered.  This program provides comprehensive exposure to current applications related to martial arts such as Positive mental attitude, Korean terminology, & Culture of respect, and also Kicking combination, Self defense, Form, and Breaking techniques.  We have designed martial arts programs to make students of all ages and fitness levels more interested, but we have not changed any of the actual content.  So, you will be learning the real Korean martial arts.  As such, you will prepare for the black belt test and it will provide the major internationally recognized certificate recognized by the World Governing Bodies have the value at full International Olympic level and the world-class level.

The Ideas of the Breakdown: you can focus on each instruction.

1 - Focus on the basic Korean terminology

2 - Focus on how to start and end the class

3 - Focus on the kicking combination

4 - Focus on the self-defense

5 - Focus on the form

6 - Focus on the breaking

7 - Review the present chapter techniques & BAT

8 - Start the new chapter and do it the same as above

LIFETIME - Consistent practice and review all learning objectives

Students can record themselves doing the technique we learn each week and post it.  I will provide positive and encouraging feedback to each student.  There are 10 Chapters to complete the black belt program.  Once students complete the 10 chapters, they are ready for their Black Belt Test (BBT). 

Wear something comfortable (shorts, sweatpants, and a t-shirt will do/ no sneakers needed, no other equipment is needed at this time).  Get excited!  Encourage the use of a desktop, laptop computer, or TV screen for a better

Who this course is for:

  • You need to complete the beginner & intermediate levels before this program.
  • This course offers Korean Martial Arts Taekwondo programs to students of all ages and fitness levels.

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