Saturday, January 1, 2011

Jin Dae

  1. From a normal Chun Be position bring both fisted hands to the right side. Pick up the right foot and stomp backward into a fighting stance. As the right foot stomps down both hands execute a two hand high block. Both hands are open, thumbs tight, and the right hand is nearer to the body.
  2. In a fashion very similar to Pyung O Dan the hands twist and return to the right side at which time the left hand executes a neck-high sudo attack. Immediately stretch the left foot into a front stance and execute a right hand reverse middle punch.
  3. Look left. The right fisted hand turns face-ward. Picking up the right (back) foot turn 1800 left bringing the right and left hands exactly as they were. With the right foot perform an inside-to-outside kick and hold.
  4. Cross the right hand to the left shoulder. As the right foot sets down in a horse-riding stance execute a right hand low block.
  5. Immediately look 900 left, pull both hands to the right hip, step with the left foot into a front stance, and execute another double high block. Both hands should be open and the right hand is nearer the body.
  6. Close both hands into fists. Pull them down, still crossed, to the chest. Pick up the right (back) leg and then perform a jump front snap kick with the left leg landing on the right foot. Ki-yup.
  7. Step forward with the left leg into a front stance at the same time executing a two fist low block. The left foot and the double block should end at the same time.
  8. Look right. Pick up the left (front) leg and turn 1800 right pulling both fisted hands to the right hip. Step the left leg down into a front stance at the same time execute a two fist low block.
  9. Look right. Turn 1800 right and execute a fisted version of a low knife hand block in a fighting stance.
  10. Step forward with the left leg into another fighting stance and execute an open-hand low knife block.
  11. Step forward with the right foot into a front stance. As the right leg moves bring both open hands to the left side. The right arm will be chest high and the fingers of the hand will be pointing to the left; the right thumb will be tight against the hand. The left elbow will be tight against the body with the fingers parallel with the fingers of the right hand. These hands are in position to rotate in front of the body as if to push a great weight. As the hands rotate, the back foot also rotates to complete a good front stance. As the hands move the left raises so that the palms of both hands are the same height. The elbows remain bent and the thumbs of both hands remain no more than one foot apart. This is a slow motion.
  12. Look left. Turn 900 left moving the left (back) foot into a horse riding position. As the feet move both hands move, the right one clockwise, the left counter-clockwise. Both move downward and pass in front of the groin, then move upward until they can rotate no more. At the end the arms will form the ends of a giant ‘W’ as if to break a chokehold. The hands remain open with the palms facing the face.
  13. This occurs very quickly. The hands repeat the clockwise/counter-clockwise motion this time closing as fists. The hands move downward and cross in front of the groin and then upward with enough force to pick up the entire body. While the feet never leave the ground they do slide together to be shoulder width apart. The fisted crossed hands end as a double high block just like in Sip Soo. The right hand is nearer to the body.
  14. This occurs very slowly. The fisted hands remain crossed as they are pulled down past the face to the groin and then separate continuing their motion until each is beside the body. Again, this is similar to Sip Soo.
  15. Look left. Pick up the left foot and set it down in fighting position, turning 900 left. As the foot is stepping both arms begin to rotate. The left fist moves up to the right shoulder while the right fist moves leftward in front of the groin. The rotation move will be repeated several times in this form. The right hand rotates clockwise and ends behind the head, the elbow bent 900, and the forearm should be pointing straight up with the fingers of the closed fist facing the back of the head. The left arm rotates counter-clockwise and ends as a low block over the left knee.
  16. Step forward with the right (back) leg into another fighting stance rotating the arms as in the previous move. This time the left fist ends behind the head and the right fist is over the right knee.
  17. Execute this same move again turning backward 3600 with the left (back) leg. When complete you will be facing 1800 from the starting position and the left leg will be in front.
  18. Immediately look right and pull both fisted hands to the right hip. With the right (back) leg step back and kneel down executing a double low cross block with the right hand on top. At this time you should be facing 900 to the right of the last move.
  19. Without turning pick up the right (back) leg and set down into a horse-riding stance. As the foot moves the hands rotate up and outward as if to break a chokehold, neck high, elbows in. The right hand moves clockwise and the left, counter-clockwise. Thumbs in, hands open, palms toward the face.
  20. Once again, the hands rotate, first downward crossing in front of the groin and then upward above the head into a double high cross block. The right hand should be nearer to the head. The right hand move clockwise and the left counter-clockwise. As the hands move upward, their force pulls the entire body up causing the feet to move inward (until they are shoulder-width apart) and the legs to straighten.
  21. Slowly, both hands move downward remaining crossed until they pass in front of the groin. They continue to move outward until both fisted hand are beside their respective hips.
  22. In one quick, short movement, drop into a horse-rising stance pulling both fists inward to the belt.
  23. Twisting at the waist, ‘strike’ an opponent directly in front of you with the right elbow leaving your right fist on your belt.
  24. Repeat the move with the left elbow.
  25. Immediately turn 900 to the right dragging the left foot behind the right. As you reach the end of your turn, rotate the fisted hands as if to break a chokehold. The hands remain fisted with the palms toward the face. At this time you should be facing 900 right of original Chun Be position.
  26. Look left. The fisted hands move at the same time with the left fist moving to the right shoulder and the right moving to the left hip. The hands the rotate in the same direction, both clockwise. The right arm and hand stops behind the head, bent at a 900 angle with the ‘palm’ of the fisted hand facing the back of the head. The left hand stops over the left knee as if executing a low block. While the hands are rotating, the left foot lifts off the ground the hooks around the back of the right knee. The left knee should be pointing directly forward, in the direction of the line of sight. The right knee, also bent, should be pointing 900 right of forward. This stance will be repeated throughout the remainder of the form and will be called the open crane stance.
  27. After a fraction of a second both fisted hand are pulled into the body. The right hand is pulled from behind the head to the right rib cage with the fisted ‘palm’ facing up. The left hand is brought from it low block position to cross in front of the chest, elbow tightly bent, fisted palm facing down. This movement is down with a lot of snap. This position will also be repeated throughout the form and will be call the closed crane stance.
  28. In one movement the left (leading) foot executes a high front snap kick while the left fist execute a punch. The kicking leg and the punching arm should be parallel with each other and should be as high as the leg can go. The toes of the kicking foot should be slightly higher than the fist. The hips should reach for additional distance.
  29. Set down into a left leg leading front stance. Immediately step with the right leg into another front stance and execute a right hand middle punch. Ki-yup.
  30. Picking up the right foot hook it around the back of the left knee and rotate the arms into an open crane stance.
  31. Immediately execute a closed crane stance. This will place the right knee pointing forward with the line of site and the left bent knee pointing 900 left.
  32. Simultaneously, punch and front snap kick with the right hand and foot. Again, the arm and leg should be parallel with each other.
  33. Step down with the right foot into a front stance and execute a reverse middle punch with the left fist.
  34. Look 1800 left. Picking up the left (back) foot hook it around the right knee and rotate the arms resulting in an open crane stance.
  35. Immediately execute a closed crane stance.
  36. Simultaneously, punch and front snap kick with the left hand and foot. The arm and leg should be parallel with each other. Kick as high as you can and have the toes eclipse the top of the fist.
  37. Set the left foot down into a fighting stance and execute a short reverse punch with the right fist.
  38. Look 1800 right. Bring the right open hand down to the left hip, pick up the right leg setting it down into a fighting stance and execute a middle knife block turning to face the direction you looking as you strike (now looking in the original Chun Be direction).
  39. Without moving the right knife block, strike the right open hand with the left elbow. Immediately pull both fisted hands down and back to the left side. The left fisted ‘palm’ should be facing up; the right fisted palm should be down.
  40. These next two moves are tough. While maintaining a fighting position, both hands execute an open hand, high cross block with the right hand nearer the face.
  41. Immediately pull both hands to the right side turning 1800 right spinning on the right leg as you turn. In one clean snap, the hands become fists and are pulled to the right side as the left foot hooks around the right knee resulting in a closed crane position. Both knees are bent. The left knee is pointing in the line of sight (1800 reverse of original Chun Be).
  42. Simultaneously, punch and front snap kick with the left hand and foot. The arm and leg should be parallel with each other. Kick as high as you can and have the toes eclipse the top of the fist.
  43. Set the left (kicking) foot down into a left leg leading front stance and immediately step with the right foot into a horse-riding stance and execute a right fist middle punch (Hwing Jing Kong Kyuck). You should now be facing 1800 right of original Chun Be position. Ki-yup.
  44. Chun Be. Pick up the left leg and step back.

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