Saturday, January 1, 2011

Pyung Ahn E Dan Ill Soo Sik #1

Pyung Ahn one step sparing techniques begin from the Chun Be position, with the opponent in the Front Stance/Low Block position. The person who begins by stepping back into a low block is the attacker (offense), while the other person is the defender (defense).

Begin as follows:
Offense:Step backward with the right foot and execute a left hand low block. Ki yup.
Defense:From chun be position, Ki yup.

Black Belt Pyung One Step Number 3. (Pyung E Dan #1)

Offense:Step forward with the right leg into a front stance and execute a face-high punch.
Defense:Step back with the right leg into a fighting stance and perform the opening block move from Pyung E Dan. The right arm will be above your head and the left will block the incoming punch.
Offense:Execute a face-high reverse punch. Do not step.
Defense:Block the incoming punch with the left hand by snapping the left wrist inward. You will strike the punching wrist with the right side of your wrist. Grab their punching arm/clothes with your left hand. With the right hand, bring the arm down to the right rib cage and continue rotating, execute an uppercut punch the opponent’s face. The picture (Figure 16) is misleading, as it is the right arm that is actually punching.
Offense:Tilt your head backward to avoid the incoming uppercut punch.
Defense:Pick up the left leg and set it down forward into a horse-riding stance pulling the left fist back to the left rib cage. As you step execute a side punch with the left hand.
Offense:Step back with the right leg into a fighting stance and block the incoming punch with the left hand by rotating it clockwise.
Offense:Grab the attacker’s punching wrist. With the right foot, step behind the opponent reaching over their right shoulder with your right hand and grabbing their left lapel. Continue moving in the same circular direction, this time stepping backward with the left foot. With a firm grasp on their lapel, execute a Judo-like throw. You will continue turning and end with your right knee on the ground, a choke-hold on their neck, and their left arm pulled tight across your belly

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