Saturday, January 1, 2011

Pyung Ahn Sa Dan Ill Soo Sik

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 7. (Pyung Sa Dan)

Offense:Step forward into a right leg leading front stance and execute a right fist overhead strike.
Defense:Step back with the right leg into a front stance bringing both hands down to the right hip and then upward with the left open palm blocking the overhead strike and the right hand executing a neck high soo do. (Think of the form Pyung Sa Dan move #12). Slide the left foot back to the right foot and with the right foot execute a middle high front snap kick. (Think of the form).
Offense:Skip back into a fighting stance (do not step back - right foot stays in front) and block the incoming kick with the right hand.
Defense:Cross the arms with the right fist downward, hop forward onto the right foot and execute a side block. (Think of the form)
Offense:Skip backward again (don’t switch feet) and block the incoming inside to outside strike with a middle knife block in a fighting stance. Pull the left fist back to the left rib cage.
Defense:Step back with the right foot into a left leg-leading front stance. As you step bring both open hands, crossed in front of your chest, to your shoulders and then execute a double inside/outside sudo block. (This should remind you of Pyung Sa Dan moves 15 and 19)
Offense:Skipping forward into a right leg-leading front stance, execute a double outside/inside fisted strike neck high. This is started by bringing both fists down to the belt, palm-down and then striking from there. (At this point your right knee and the defender's left knee should almost be touching)
Defense:Grab the lapels of the opponent and perform a knee kick to the solar plexus.








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