Orange Belt

Orange Belt (Keul Sak Dee)

Eigth Keup

The students will strive for perfection in the basic kicks.
Yup cha ki, and dweet cha ki will be introduced.

BELT COLOR EXPLANATION:

Orange indicates the warmth of spring’s sun that melts the winter’s snow and allows the seed to germinate. This is the birth of conscious and purposive action.

REQUIRED POOM SE:

Tae geuk il jang
Tae guek e jang (6 yr. and under ki bon poom se)
Tae geuk sam jang

TERMINOLOGY:

Name of poom se – Tae guek sam jang
Back stance – Dweet kubi
Single knife hand block – Han son nal maki
Back kick – Dweet cha ki
National flag – Kuk ki
Greeting – An nyung ha so yo
Orange belt – Keul Sak Dee

STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERSTAND AND EXECUTE BASIC COMMANDS:

    Fist:

  • Back fist – Deung ju mok
  • Side punch – Yup ji re ki
    Blocks:

  • Double knife hand block
    Kicking:

  • Front kick – Round house kick combination
  • Round house kick – back kick combination
  • Axe kick – back kick combination
  • Double front kick – Do bun ap cha ki
    For Children:

  • After school home rules