Saturday, January 1, 2011

Kyma Hyung E Dan

  1. No special Chun Be. Look right. Cross the open (non-fisted) hands, palm down, in front of your neck, with the right hand on the outside. Cross the left foot in front of the right and set the left foot down flat, picking up the heel of the right foot. As the left foot sets down the hands close to fists and snap apart such that the fists end up directly in front of your, um, er, nipples. The elbows should be slightly lower than the fists.
  2. Leaving the fists at the exact same height, turn the entire upper torso to the left as you pick up the right foot in preparation for a stomp. As you stomp the right foot down landing in a horse-riding stance, the upper torso snaps to the right. The right arm is extended, yet bent at the elbow. The right fist is palm-out as if striking with the pinky end of the fist. The left arm is bend in front of your chest resembling Pal Che So.
  3. The left leg crosses in front of the right and sets down flat which causes the right heel to lift off the floor. As the left foot touches the ground the right fist rotates clockwise and the left hand lowers, opens and turns palm up. At the very end the right fist snaps down such that the left hand strikes/slaps the right wrist.
  4. Look right. Pick up the right foot in preparation for another stomp. As the foot moves the right/left hand combination moves to the left with the right hand rotating counter-clockwise so that the left palm is touching the back of the right wrist. Once the hands have rotated and simultaneously moved to the left hip, the right foot stomps down and the hands move in unison upward like an inside-outside block. The left open hand never leaves the right, although the turning of the right causes the left to end up on the left side of the right wrist.
  5. Look left. Cross the open (non-fisted) hands, palm down, in front of your neck, with the left hand on the outside. Cross the right foot in front of the left and set the right foot down flat, picking up the heel of the left foot. As the right foot sets down the hands close to fists and snap apart such that the fists end up directly in front of your, um, er, nipples. The elbows should be slightly lower than the fists.
  6. Leaving the fists at the exact same height, turn the entire upper torso to the right as you pick up the left foot in preparation for a stomp. As you stomp the left foot down landing in a horse-riding stance, the upper torso snaps to the left. The left arm is extended, yet bent at the elbow. The left fist is palm-out as if striking with the pinky end of the fist. The right arm is bend in front of your chest resembling Pal Che So.
  7. The right leg crosses in front of the left and sets down flat which causes the left heel to lift off the floor. As the right foot touches the ground the left fist rotates counter-clockwise and the right hand lowers, opens and turns palm up. At the very end the left fist snaps down such that the right hand strikes/slaps the left wrist.
  8. Look left. Pick up the left foot in preparation for another stomp. As the foot moves the right/left hand combination moves to the right with the left hand rotating clockwise so that the right palm is touching the back of the left wrist. Once the hands have rotated and simultaneously moved to the right hip, the left foot stomps down and the hands move in unison upward like an inside-outside block. The right open hand never leaves the left, although the turning of the left causes the right to end up on the right side of the left wrist.
  9. Look forward. Snap both hands down to the left side. The right hand closes to a fist, palm toward the body just above waist height. The left hand opens up, like a soo do. As the hands drop the left maintains contact with the right and ends with the palm of the left touching the knuckles of the right. There should be a buffer space between the hands/arms and the body.
  10. Look right. Twist the hands and upper torso to the left and then snap the hands upward and to the right like an inside-outside block. The left open palm ends up laying aside the left side of the right wrist.
  11. Look forward. Bring both hands down to the right hip. As they move, the right fist turns palm down and the left fingers curl around the right hand so that the right knuckles ‘punch’ the left palm. At the same time the hands are moving the right root is picked up in preparation for a stomp. As the right foot stomps down to another horse-riding stance, the hands move in unison to execute a right elbow attack directly forward. Ki-yup. At the conclusion the upper torso is turned so that you are looking straight forward over the right elbow.
  12. Look right. With the right hand perform a soo do attack, neck high pulling the left fist back to the left rib cage.
  13. Pull the right fist back to the right ribcage as you execute a short punch to the right with the left fist.
  14. The next move involves two steps, the first is not a stomp while the second one is. The left foot crosses in front of the right. As it steps down the left arm straightens and moves downward. The right fist moves up to the left shoulder. The right foot now steps to the right and stomps down into a horse-riding stance. As the right foot lands, the hands move together to execute an inside-outside block with the left hand. The right fist ends up beside the right rib cage.
  15. The next three hand motions are exactly like Kyma Hyung Cho Dan. The right hand punches downward directly in front of the groin as the left fist snaps up to the right shoulder. Rotate the right hand clockwise pulling the left fist down to a low block beside the left knee. The right arm ends bent at the elbow directly beside the body with the bicep parallel with the floor and the forearm bent at a 90 angle. The right fist is turned with the palm toward the head. Finally both hands snap forward with the right executing an outside-inside block with the elbow resting on the back of the left palm-down fist.
  16. Look forward. Snap both hands down to the right side. The left hand closes to a fist, palm toward the body just above waist height. The right hand opens up, like a soo do. As the hands drop the right maintains contact with the left and ends with the palm of the right touching the knuckles of the left. There should be a buffer space between the hands/arms and the body.
  17. Look left. Twist the hands and upper torso to the right and then snap the hands upward and to the left like an inside-outside block. The right open palm ends up laying aside the right side of the left wrist.
  18. Look forward. Bring both hands down to the left hip. As they move, the left fist turns palm down and the right fingers curl around the left hand so that the left knuckles ‘punch’ the right palm. At the same time the hands are moving the left root is picked up in preparation for a stomp. As the left foot stomps down to another horse-riding stance, the hands move in unison to execute a left elbow attack directly forward. Ki-yup. At the conclusion the upper torso is turned so that you are looking straight forward over the left elbow.
  19. Look left. With the left hand perform a soo do attack, neck high pulling the right fist back to the right rib cage.
  20. Pull the left fist back to the left ribcage as you execute a short punch to the left with the right fist.
  21. The next move involves two steps, the first is not a stomp while the second one is. The right foot crosses in front of the left. As it steps down the right arm straightens and moves downward. The left fist moves up to the right shoulder. The left foot now steps to the left and stomps down into a horse-riding stance. As the left foot lands, the hands move together to execute an inside-outside block with the right hand. The left fist ends up beside the left rib cage.
  22. The next three hand motions are exactly like Kyma Hyung Cho Dan. The left hand punches downward directly in front of the groin as the right fist snaps up to the left shoulder. Rotate the left hand counter-clockwise pulling the right fist down to a low block beside the right knee. The left arm ends bent at the elbow directly beside the body with the bicep parallel with the floor and the forearm bent at a 900 angle. The left fist is turned with the palm toward the head. Finally both hands snap forward with the left executing an outside-inside block with the elbow resting on the back of the right palm-down fist.

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