Choi-Yong

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CHOI-YONG (ITF Taekwondo)
Movements - 46
Ready Posture - CLOSED READY STANCE C

dodatkowa praca w internecie 1. Move the left foot to D to form a right rear foot stance toward D while executing a middle guarding block to D with the forearm.
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اسعار اسهم السعودية 5. Move the right foot on line CD to form a left walking stance toward D while executing a rising block with the left knife-hand.
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السوق السعودية للاسهم 8. Move the left foot on line CD to form a right walking stance toward C while executing a rising block with the right knife-hand.
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تداول مباشر للاسهم 13. Execute a high reverse hooking kick to D with the left foot.
كيف اشتري اسهم في كوكاكولا 14. Execute a middle side piercing kick to D with the left foot, pulling both hands in the opposite direction. Perform 13 and 14 in a consecutive kick.
كم اليوم السهم لبنك وربة 15. Lower the left foot to D forming a left walking stance toward D while striking the left palm with the right front elbow.
بنك الاهلي الاسهم 16. Move the left foot on line CD to form a left L-stance toward C while executing a low guarding block to C with a knife-hand.
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19. Execute a middle side piercing kick to C with the right foot, pulling both hands in the opposite direction. Perform 18 and 19 in a consecutive kick.
20. Lower the right foot to C forming a right walking stance toward C while striking the right palm with the left front elbow.
21. Move the left foot to C to form a left walking stance toward C while executing a pressing block with the right palm.
22. Move the right foot to C forming a right walking stance toward C while executing a pressing block with the left palm. Perform 21 and 22 in a fast motion.
23. Move the right foot to D and then the left foot to D, turning counter clockwise to form a left walking stance toward D while executing a W-shape block with a knife-hand.
24. Execute a middle front snap kick to D with the right foot keeping the position of the hands as they were in 23.
25. Lower the right foot to C forming a right L-stance toward D while executing a middle guarding block to D with the forearm.
26. Move the right foot to D to form a right walking stance toward D while executing a W-shape block with a knife-hand.
27. Execute a middle front snap kick to D with the left foot keeping the position of the hands as they were in 26.
28. Lower the left foot to d forming a left L-stance toward C while executing a middle guarding block to C with the forearm.
29. Move the left foot to C and the right foot to C then slide to C turning clockwise to form a left L-stance toward D while executing a middle guarding block to D with the forearm.
30. Move the left foot to D forming a left walking stance toward D while executing a high thrust to D with the left flat fingertip.
31. Move the left foot on line CD forming a right walking stance toward C while executing a high thrust to C with the right flat fingertip.
32. Move the right foot to D turning clockwise to form a parallel stance toward B while executing a middle hooking block to B with the right palm.
33. Execute a middle punch to B with the left fist while maintaining a parallel stance toward B.
34. Turn the face toward A while forming a left bending ready stance A toward A.
35. Execute a middle side piercing kick to A with the right foot forming a forearm guarding block.
36. Lower the right foot to A in a jumping motion to form a right X-stance toward AD while executing a high side strike to A with the right back fist and bringing the left finger belly to the right side fist.
37. Execute a high reverse hooking kick to B with the right foot.
38. Lower the right foot to B in a stamping motion to form a left L-stance toward B while executing a middle outward strike to B with the right knife-hand.
39. Move the left foot to D turning counter-clockwise to form a parallel stance toward A at the same time executing a middle hooking block to A with the left palm.
40. Execute a middle punch to A with the right fist while maintaining a parallel stance toward A.
41. Turn the face to B while forming a right bending ready stance A toward B.
42. Execute a middle side piercing kick to B with the left foot forming a forearm guarding block.
43. Lower the left foot to B in a jumping motion forming a left X-stance toward BD while executing a high side strike to B with the left back fist and bringing the right finger belly to the left side fist.
44. Execute a high reverse hooking kick to A with the left foot.
45. Lower the left foot to A in a stamping motion to form a right L-stance toward A while executing a middle outward strike to A with the left knife-hand.
46. Slide to A to form a right fixed stance toward A while executing a middle punch to A with the right fist.
END: Bring the right foot back to a ready posture.


Reproduced, with permission, from "Taekwon-Do (The Korean Art of Self Defense)"
also known as "The Condensed Encyclopedia." Fifth Edition 1999, All rights reserved
Copyright 1988, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1999 General Choi, Hong Hi.
 

General Choi developed twenty-four Taekwon-Do patterns. He chose the number 24 to correspond to the 24 hours in the day, a continuously repeated cycle that represents eternity. He named each pattern (except Chon-Ji) after important people in Korean history, as a reminder of the importance of honoring and cultivating respect for those who have accomplished great things. For certain patterns, the shape of the diagram and the total number of movements representing the taekwondo pattern are also significant.

A Taekwon-Do pattern is a choreographed sequence of fundamental movements in an imaginary fight against one attacker or several. The execution of the movements requires the application of the Theory of Power. Correct breathing generates internal energy, which increases power.

If we imagine that the fundamental movements of Taekwon-Do are like musical notes, then the twenty-four patterns are like the songs produced by assembling those notes.

The twenty-four patterns are introduced gradually as the student progresses with his training and are beneficial for Taekwon-Do students of all ages and levels of training. The patterns must be performed precisely and smoothly; the overall effect should be one of harmonious, perfectly-controlled movement.

By practicing the patterns diligently, students can improve their memory skills, ability to concentrate, muscular development, physical coordination, and sense of balance. Each student should strive to perform the patterns to the best of his or her ability.

As explained in the section Fundamental movements, ITF techniques have evolved continuously. Important modifications occurred when General Choi introduced the concept of wave movement, which is the principle for the development of power by generating a maximum of speed and mass through relaxation, breathing, and hip movements, and his insistence that movements be executed with solid and graceful stances.

Precisely-detailed descriptions of all twenty-four patterns are found in the Encyclopedia of Taekwon-Do.