Saturday, January 1, 2011

Kyma Hyung Cho Dan

  1. From Chun Be, bend both knees; lift the right foot and set it down next to the left foot. Rotate/open the arms outward until both are beside/parallel with the body . Then, bending at the elbow, pull both hands up and inward ending with both overlapping palms in front of your face. The right hand should be closer to the body than the left. The hands now rotate downward as if connected on an axle through the knuckle at eh base of the middle finger.
  2. Once the hands are pointed downward and reach the waist, the arms straighten out with a snap. The hands, left completely on top of the right, point to the floor. During the snap, the knees straighten up. This is a snap move, not a stop. The intention is to strike an opponent that has grabbed your wrists in the groin.
  3. Look left. Pick up the left leg and set it down in front of the right. In doing so the right knee will bend and the right foot will lift at the heel leaving only the ball of the foot touching the ground. As the foot moves the hands as a singular unit recoil until the wrists touch the waist and then strike outward quickly. The intent of this move is to strike an opponents groin.
  4. With the right leg step directly sideways into a Kyma Jase (Horse-riding stance). As you step the left hand closes to a fist and rises to the right shoulder. The right hand remains open and moves to the left hip. As the right foot lands in a loud stomp the right hand snaps out to the right, shoulder height, and ends in an open hand back slap. The left fist is pulled to the left rib cage.
  5. Using waist twist, the left elbow strikes the right open palmed hand. In this maneuver, the elbow moves to the hand, the hand only moves a little.
  6. Immediately the right hand closes to a fist and is pulled back to the right rib cage. As the right hand moves to the rib cage, the face quickly looks to the left. The left hand stays pretty much where it was after the elbow strike, that is right in front of the chest, shoulder height.
  7. With the left hand perform a low block over the left knee.
  8. With the right fist execute a short punch to the left, pulling the left fist back to the left rib cage at the same time.
  9. With the right foot step sideways to the left placing the right foot down to the left of the left foot. As the right foot touches the floor, snap the face forward and pick up the left foot.
  10. Stomp the left foot down to the left setting into another horse-riding stance. As the left foot moves bring the left fist up to the right shoulder and the right fist down to the left hip. As it stomps down, perform an inside-outside block with the right arm. Pull the left fist back to the left rib cage.
  11. With the left fist punch downward as if to strike an opponent’s groin. The right fist moves up to the left shoulder.
  12. Rotate the left hand counter-clockwise until the left biceps is outstretched to the left and parallel with the floor. The left arm should be bent at a 900 angle with the forearm and fist pointing toward the ceiling. The knuckles of left hand should be facing away from you . While the left arm is rotating the right arm executes a low block over the right knee.
  13. Pull the left hand back and then quickly forward to execute an outside-inside block. As the left hand comes forward, the right fist moves up from the low block position to rest underneath the elbow of the left arm.
  14. Look to the left 350. Bring the left fist to the right ear and then execute snap the fist forward rotating it palm side down ending with the fist 350 left of the starting position. As the hand moves back and then forward the left foot is raised to touch the right knee. As the fist snaps forward the left foot returns to its horse riding position with a loud stomp.
  15. Look to the right 700. (350 right gets to directly forward, another 350 gets you to the right). Bring the left fist to the left ear, then snap the fist forward rotating the palm upward ending with the fist 350 right of the original starting position.
  16. As you look to the left snap the left arm down such that it rest at shoulder height across the front of the chest. The right fist comes down to rest against the right rib cage.
  17. With lots of waist twist pull back and then execute a double punch to the left with a Ki-yup. The left arm will be fully extended while the right will be shoulder height bent in front of the chest.
  18. Pull the left hand back under the right arm to the right hip. Immediately the left hand snaps out to the left, shoulder height, and ends in an open hand back slap. The right fist is pulled to the right rib cage.
  19. Using waist twist, the right elbow strikes the left open palmed hand. In this maneuver, the elbow moves to the hand, the hand only moves a little.
  20. Immediately the left hand closes to a fist and is pulled back to the left rib cage. As the left hand moves to the rib cage, the face quickly looks to the right. The right hand stays pretty much where it was after the elbow strike, that is it remains in front of the chest shoulder height.
  21. With the right hand perform a low block over the right knee.
  22. With the left fist execute a short punch to the right, pulling the right fist back to the right rib cage at the same time.
  23. With the left foot step sideways to the right placing the left foot down to the right of the right foot. As the left foot touches the floor, snap the face forward and pick up the right foot.
  24. Stomp the right foot down to the right setting into another horse-riding stance. As the right foot moves bring the right fist up to the left shoulder and the left fist down to the right hip. As it stomps down, perform an inside-outside block with the left arm. Pull the right fist back to the right rib cage.
  25. With the right fist punch downward as if to strike an opponent’s groin. The left fist moves up to the right shoulder.
  26. Rotate the right hand clockwise until the right biceps outstretched to the right and parallel with the floor. The right arm should be bent at a 900 angle with the forearm and fist pointing toward the ceiling. The knuckles of right hand should be facing away from you . While the right arm is rotating the left arm executes a low block over the left knee.
  27. Pull the right hand back and then quickly forward to execute an outside-inside block. As the right hand comes forward, the left fist moves up from the low block position to rest underneath the elbow of the right arm.
  28. Look to the right 350. Bring the right fist to the left ear and then execute snap the fist forward rotating it palm side down ending with the fist 350 right of the starting position. As the hand moves back and then forward the right foot is raised to touch the left knee. As the fist snaps forward the right foot returns to its horse riding position with a loud stomp.
  29. Look to the left 700. (350 left gets you directly forward, another 350 gets you to the left). Bring the right fist to the right ear, then snap the fist forward rotating the palm upward ending with the fist 350 left of the original starting position.
  30. As you look to the right snap the right arm down such that it rest at shoulder height across the front of the chest. The left fist comes down to rest against the left rib cage.
  31. With lots of waist twist pull back and then execute a double punch to the right with a Ki-yup. The right arm will be fully extended while the left will be shoulder height bent in front of the chest.
  32. Chun be: Lift the right foot and set it down next to the left foot. At the same time rotate the hands outward then inward never more than shoulder-width apart, ending with both overlapping palms in front of your face. The right hand should be closer to the body than the left. The hands now rotate downward as if connected on an axle.
  33. Once the hands are pointed downward and reach the waist, the arms straighten out with a snap. The hands, left completely on top of the right point to the floor. During the snap, the knees straighten up.

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