Poomse Koryo symbolizes seonbae which means a learned man, who is characterized by a strong martial spirit as well as a righteous spirit. The choonbi-sugi ready stance is tongmilgi which promotes concentration by placing the hands between the upper and lower abdomen, the center of ki in the body. The movement line of Koryo represents the Chinese character for seonbae or seonbi, which means a learned man or a man of virtue in Korean. For the 1st dan. Keumgang, meaning diamond, is symbolized by hardness.
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Also, many of the Korean words were not used just keep it more basic but I did include them with the Types of Kicks, Stances and Blocks used above in case you hear them at your school. Here is a PDF of the Keumgang Form that you print out and use to supplement the video and written forms.
Step 5: Get into Left Back Stance and execute a Left Inward Knife Hand Block by swinging your left arm before you with your palm facing toward you and at the same time hold the crook of your arm with your other hand. Step 8: Get into Left Crane Stance and execute a Right Diamond Block by pushing both arms to block you; your right arm should block your head and face outward while your left arm should block your body and face inward. A Hook Punch is executed by pulling in your arm before punching it toward your opponent.
Step Step forward with your right foot once and turn degrees before going back to your horse stance and repeating your Right Hook Punch and Left Elbow Strike.
A Mountain Block is executed by raising both arms high enough to block either side of you. Step Align your left foot to your right and execute a Slow Double Low Block by bringing both your arms down to two low blocks. Step Step forward with your left foot once before turning degrees to your right, getting into a Right Horse Stance, and executing a Mountain Block. Step Get into your Right Horse Stance, deliver a left hook punch and right elbow strike.
Step Step forward with your left foot once and turn degrees before going back to your horse stance and repeating your left Hook Punch and right Elbow Strike. Step Turn 90 degrees to your left, land in horse stance while you execute a Mountain Block then yell.
Step Turn 90 degrees and get into your Left Horse Stance, deliver a right hook punch and left elbow strike. Step Step forward with your left foot once and turn degrees before going back to your horse stance and repeating your right Hook Punch and left Elbow Strike. Go back to your Joon Bi Seogi after this. Training for your black belts tests and in particular the forms part takes years of dedication and practice.
Because not only do you need to be able to demonstrate the steps in the forms but you must also show control and at least an advanced mastery of the kinds of moves your throwing. I think it shows real persistence and willingness to do what it takes to the perform techniques correctly, especially when demonstrating the more complex or advanced forms, and be able to show that consistently, especially during testing time when the eyes of your teacher and others are watching your every move.
To be able to consistently show solid, strong technique is what makes black belt candidates stand out over others, and it really shows the instructors that you understand what your doing and how to effectively use your different kicks, stances, and punches.
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WTF TaeKwonDo Black Belt Form Two – Keumgang
Taekwondo Black Belt Form 2 – Keumgang