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Tigers block 1 2012
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This is a guided curriculum manual for students of the Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy. This material is to be used for Promotion Testing on March 26, 2012.

This is a guided curriculum manual for students of the Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy. This material is to be used for Promotion Testing on March 26, 2012.

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  • 1. 2012 Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Head Instructor Mr. Josh WaltzingBLOCK 1TIGERS PROGRAM[CURRICULUM GUIDE]This packet contains several Guided Notes pages for Promotion Testing Material includingPattern, Kicking Combinations, One Step Sparring, and Self-Defense. Some packets may alsoinclude other materials that pertain to each belt level the student is testing for in their next test.If you have any questions please contact your instructor.
  • 2. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum GuideFebruary 22, 2012Dear Parent and Student,After many years of students asking for help with organizing curriculum material and with helpwriting it down for assistance in practicing, I have decided to put together a guide for you all.The purpose of this guide is not to give you all the material but to assist you in recording thematerial correctly.Each page is designed to be “Guided Notes,” meaning I have guided you in writing the correctnotes, not given it to you. You will still need to get the material from me in order to get thecorrect notes. The structure below will mean that you do not have to remember the entiresequence of events but the techniques within them.For parents, I hope the Guide will help you practice with your student. Many times I have heardstudents say that they tried to practice with an adult but because of the lack of knowledge of thematerial, the adult was not of great assistance. I do believe this guide will change that. Withthis in hand, you will be able to probe your students memory of the material they have practiceand find that they do indeed know their material. This will help with their recall of the materialcome Test Day.If there are any questions about this Guide or the material within, please do not hesitate to ask.You can contact me via telephone (320) 761-9008, e-mail: mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com throughthe many social media channels currently available including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, andYouTube. Thank you very much. Train Hard!Respectfully,Mr. Josh Waltzing Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 2
  • 3. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum GuideIntroduction:In the following pages, you will find all the material needed for your next Promotion Test. Forthis block you will be requested to know the following sets of material. Pattern Beginner Kicking Combinations Basic One Steps Self-DefenseEach student will be required to execute a different amount of material depending on theircurrent belt rank. Pattern o Beginners – 4 Way Pattern Low Block o White Belt – 4 Way Pattern Middle & High Block o Orange Belt – Kibon Hyung o Orange Trim Belt – Palgwe IL Chang o Yellow Belt – Palgwe Yi Chang Beginner Kicking Combinations o Beginners - #1 - #4 o White Belt - #1 - #4 o Orange Belt - #1 - #6 o Orange Trim Belt - #1 - #6 o Yellow Belt #1 - #8 Basic One Steps o Beginners - #1 - #3 o White Belt - #1 - #3 o Orange Belt - #1 - #4 o Orange Trim - #1 - #5 o Yellow Belt - #1 - #6As you can see from the outline above each belt rank does the same material as the rank belowbut adds a technique or two in addition. While the high ranking students are doing the samematerial as the lower ranking students, they technique will be evaluated differently. As studentsadvance in belt rank, they will be evaluated more highly on their accuracy, power, balance,focus, and timing of each technique. Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 3
  • 4. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum Guide PatternEach student will be required to learn and perform a series of techniques designed to mimic self-defense situations. This series of techniques is called a pattern, form, hyung, or poomsae.Many times students do not understand the use of patterns and only go through the obligatorymotions. Patterns are the foundation of ALL martial arts technique. Patterns are ageless, thereare pictographic examples of movements found in current patterns on tomb walls of Koreankings from thousands of years ago. These movements teach the fundamental ways to block,punch, kick, and evade an attacker while maintaining perfect balance, rhythm, focus, power,control, accuracy, and breathing.There are two primary types of patterns executed in our style of Taekwondo, Palgwe andTaeguk. At some point, you may see both types of patterns happening in the same class.Palgwe patterns are the elder of the pattern sets and have their origins in Shotokan Karatepatterns. They teach very traditional, powerful deep stances and the development of incrediblepower in both blocks and strikes. Being the older of the set, Palgwes have unfortunately beensubject to much distortion over the years. As the years have elapsed, it is hard to determinewhich version of the Palgwes are the originals. We teach the version shown to us and even thathas gone through some slight changes back and forth in the last several years.Taeguk patterns are much newer and were developed by the World governing body forTaekwondo called Kukkiwon. They were created as a method of teaching essential sparringmovements and utilize shorter stances quicker movements. These patterns will develop speedand quickness of foot while also teaching combination movements of hands and feet.As states above, there are two primary types of patterns but in our school, you will usually onlysee the Palgwe series in class. Below is the breakdown of what each belt rank will be using forpatterns for their upcoming belt promotion test. Beginners – 4 Way Pattern Low Block White Belt – 4 Way Pattern Middle and High Block Orange Belt – Kibon Hyung Orange Trim Belt – Palgwe IL Chang Yellow Belt – Palgwe Yi ChangeIn this guide, the first three patterns have been included for students Beginner through Whitebelt. The other patterns can be found in other guides. There are many resources of patternsavailable online and you are encouraged to use the resources you find. Grandmaster RichardChun has the best demonstrations of the Palgwe series. Although difficult to find online, theyare excellent and follow the same movement sequence as our patterns. Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 4
  • 5. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum GuideFour Way Pattern Low Block Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 5
  • 6. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum GuideFour Way Pattern Middle Block Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 6
  • 7. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum GuideFour Way Pattern High Block Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 7
  • 8. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum Guide Beginner Kicking Combinations All actions start from Right Sparring Stance.1. Right front kick, Left roundhouse2. Left ____________ kick, Right roundhouse3. Right _____________ kick, Left straight side kick4. Left front kick, Right straight ______________ kick5. _____________ front kick, Left ax kick6. Left front kick, __________ ax kick7. Right front kick, Left circulating kick8. Left ___________ kick, Right ______________ kick9. Right front kick, Left back spin10. Left __________ kick, Right ___________ _____________Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 8
  • 9. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum Guide Basic One StepsUnless otherwise noted, the Attacker starts every technique from Right Ap koobi (Frontstance), Left Arae Makki (Low Block). 1. Attacker: Step with right foot, Right middle punch Defender: Slide to Right 45 degrees Right knife-hand block to wrist Right _______-hand strike to neck Grab attacker’s wrist with left hand and shoulder with _____________ hand ____________ with Right leg, retaining hold on their wrist Right punch to ____________ 2. Attacker: Step with Right foot, Right middle punch Defender: Slide to Right 45 degrees Right ________ -hand block to wrist Step Right foot slightly toward attacker, turn to the left side Left ______________ to mid-section, continue turning left to face attacker Right _________________ strike to head 3. Attacker: From Right Sparring Stance, Right front kick, Left punch Defender: From Right Sparring Stance Left #7 __________, (Open hand downward right to left sweeping block) Right #4 __________ (Open hand right to left pushing block), Left ___________ to ribs ___________ punch to head 4. Attacker: Step with Right foot, Right middle punch Defender: Step toward attacker and slightly to right with __________ foot As you advance wrap your Right ___________ around your attackers arm from the top with your arm near shoulder Bring Left foot together with Right, turn slightly to left so your back is facing the attacker Left __________ to mid-section Left ____________ to head Turn to Right Grab attacker’s wrist with __________ hand Grab attacker’s shoulder with _____________ hand, Sweep with Right leg Left ax kick to _____________ Right straight _____________ ________________ to head Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 9
  • 10. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum Guide5. Attacker: Step with Right foot, Right middle punch Defender: From Right sparring stance Right ____________________ kick to attacker’s punch Turn to Left into Kimasae (Horseback) stance so your Left shoulder is near attacker Left _________________ strike to neck Shift Left foot slightly to left into Ap Koobi (Front Stance) Right _______________ to mid-section6. Attacker: Step with Right foot, Right middle punch Defender: Step to right 45 degrees with Right foot into Kimasae (Horseback) stance Left ________________ block to wrist and __________ knife-hand strike to neck (both at same time) STEP with Left foot behind the attacker Turn to the Right, Right _______________ strike to attacker’s head Step behind the attacker with ____________ foot into ____________ (Horseback) stance Place Right fist near attacker’s lower __________ Left ________________ to attacker’s lower back7. Attacker: Step with Right foot, Right middle punch Defender: From Right sparring stance Turn to right with Right foot into Left Front stance Right hand elbow up knife-hand block to the attacker’s wrist Left _________ strike to head Right _____________ strike to faceCopyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 10
  • 11. Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy Promotion Testing Curriculum Guide Self-DefenseEach belt rank will be asked to perform some grab break-aways as part of the PromotionTest. Each belt rank will perform a different number of escaping techniques and eachbelt’s requirements are listed below. Beginners – 1 Orange – 2 Yellow – 4 White – 1 Orange Trim – 3In this guide, each of the following techniques will be explained from only the position ofthe attacker grabbing your RIGHT ARM or WRIST with their LEFT hand, if there aretechniques in which another grab is used, it will be specifically explained.Basic Wrist Releases 1. Pull Right elbow close to ribs, bend right elbow more to point fingers of Right hand up toward ceiling, while keeping Right elbow under Right hand push hand straight up toward the ceiling. 2. Step forward with Right foot into T-stance, bend Right elbow slightly, rotate Right palm down toward floor, turn shoulders slightly to Left, quickly pull Right hand to Left shoulder. 3. Step forward with Right foot into T-stance, keep Right elbow slightly bent, slightly turn shoulders to Left, pull Right hand down toward Left hip and rotate Right palm down. 4. Push Right hand away from your body, then pull it back quickly toward your center, step back with Right foot, bend Right elbow, quickly pull Right hand past Right ear while keeping your Right elbow close to your Center Line. Copyright 2012 Josh Waltzing Contact Information (320) 761-9008, mrjosh.waltzing@gmail.com, Twitter.com/mrjoshwaltzing, or Facebook.com/SchutzMartialArts 11

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