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Names of Snap Kicks:
|| Back Kick
|| Spining, Crecent Kick
|| chago kyoto chagi
|| Front Snap (for distance)
|| dan op chagi
|| Front Snap (for height)
|| op chagi
|| Front Snap (for height and distance)
|| dan deo op chagi
|| Kick - High Kick Combo
Names of Rising Kicks:
(name ends in "oligi")
Names of Heel Kicks:
(name ends in "doligi")
Names of Crescent Kicks:
(name ends in "frigi")
Names of Ax Kicks:
Hand Strikes (Doso chigi):
Note: That the names of the hand strikes (doso chigi) use the ordinal/rank numbers, described Titles / Ranks: II bon, E bon, Sam bon, Sa bon. In other words: first strike, second strike, third strike, forth strike. The end of the name also includes a desriptive teerm for the strike as part of its complete name.
The knife hand should be used whenever any of the disengaging techniques are used, such as techniques 1a, 1b, and 1c in the Hans Mok Chapki soolgi set, and in the third technique in the Yans Mok Chapki soolgi set. In these examples, you first escape the hand grab by making a knife hand and shooting it forward, and then you strike the opponent with a knife hand strike the opponent with a knife hand strike.
Hand Strikes used for Board Braking (Keolk pah):
For hand breaks, the correct sequence is the name of the strike and then the work "break" (keolk pah). When an instructor asks you which break that you want to use during a test, give the correct name and then say "Sir" to the instructor.
Foot Strikes used for Board Braking:
The correct sequence for foot breaks is: to say the word for break (keolk pah), followed by the type of kick, and "Sir":
Example: Keolk pah Yeop chagi, Sir = break with side snap kick
Always aim your deflection technique at the opponent's elbow.
To defend against a straight punch step to the side of its path.
The ultimate kicking defenses are geared to control an opponent's kicking leg and send him to the ground in practice, we do not take down because of the risk of injury.
Linear Kicks (front, side, and ax kick) - to defend against these kicks, first step back or side-step out of the way of the kick
1. Front Kick (ap chagi) - intercept the kick with cross-arm block to the opponent's shin, then gab the leg and lift it.
2. Side Kick (yeop chagi) - step forward and to the side of the kick and capture the leg with your arm; now, with your leg behind his, push your opponent down.
3. Ax Kick (to ki chagi) - move toward your opponent as his leg is descending and catch his leg on your shoulder; then, grab his leg and move forward to throw the opponent down.
Circular Kicks (roundhouse and spinning heel kick) - intercept the kick before it reaches its full potential.
1. Roundhouse (dollyeo chagi) - step toward your opponent and intercept his kick with your bicep; next, step behind your opponent's supporting leg while placing your hand on his chest. Then, shove your opponent backwards and down.
2. Spinning Heel Kick (mom dollyeo chagi) - quickly close the distance by stepping inside the arc of the kick and intercept leg across bicep; the, place leg in front of opponent's supporting leg and push him down using your free arm.