Yellow Belt

Yellow Belt (No Rang Dee)

Ninth Keup

BELT COLOR EXPLANATION:

Yellow signifies the first beam of sunlight, which shines upon the seed giving it new strength with the beginning of a new life. A yellow belt indicates that the person is beginning to understand the basic techniques, similar to a plant growing it’s roots.

REQUIRED POOM SE:

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

STUDENTS WILL UNDERSTAND AND PREFORM BASIC DOJANG PROTOCALS:

  • Salute to the flags upon entering and leaving the dojang.
  • Exhibit respect to senior students and instructors.
  • Proper wearing of the Dobok, including proper belt tying and correct patches.

TERMINOLOGY:

Name of poom se – Tae guek e jang
Name of instructor – Sa bum nim
Name of head instructor – Kwan jang nim
Name of the arm – Pal
Name of the foot – Bal
Attention – Chariot
Bow – Kyong ye
Begin or start – Si jack
Break or stop – Go mahn
Thank you – Kam saham nida
Black belt grade – Dan
Color belt grade – Keup
Yellow belt – No rang dee

STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERSTAND AND EXECUTE BASIC COMMANDS:

    Stances:

  • Back stance – Dweet kubi
  • Close stance in sparring
  • Open stance in sparring
    Fist:

  • Knife hand strike – Son nal chi ki
  • Elbow strike – Pal kub chi ki
    Blocks:

  • Single knife hand block – Han son nal mak gi
  • In-to-out block – An es pak e roe pak at pal mak mom tong maki
    Kicking:

  • Side kick – Yup cha ki
  • Half round house kick – Beet cha ki
  • Jumping front snap kick – Deo ap cha ki
    For Children:

  • After school home rules