Martial Art's Page - Hyung's
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Martial Art's Books
Complete Martial Artist Vol 1; Cho Hee, Hee Il Cho; Paperback
The Complete Tae Kwon Do Hyung Vol 3; Il Cho Hee, Hee Il Cho; Paperback
Complete Martial Artist Vol 1; Hee I. Cho; Hardcover(Special Order)
Complete Martial Artist Vol 2; Hee Il Cho; Paperback (Back Ordered)
Complete Taekwondo Hyung Vol 2; Hee I. Cho; Paperback (Hard to Find)
Bruce Lee's Fighting Method : Advanced Techniques, Volume 4, Number 405 Vol 4; Bruce Lee; Paperback
Bruce Lee's Fighting Method : Basic Training Vol 2; Bruce Lee; Paperback
Bruce Lee's Fighting Method : Self-Defense Techniques Vol 1; Bruce Lee, Mitoshi Uyehara; Paperback
Bruce Lee's Fighting Method : Skill in Techniques, Volume 3, Number 404 Vol 3; Bruce Lee; Paperback
Chinese Gung Fu : The Philosophical Art of Self Defense; Bruce Lee; Paperback
Bruce Lee's Commentaries on the Martial Way (Bruce Lee Library); Bruce Lee; Paperback(Possibly Not Yet Published)
Martial Art's Training Movies
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This form is typically one of the first forms learned when learning one of the various forms of Ta Kwon Do (Korean Karate). It is used by both schools teaching traditional Ta Kwon Do and Sport Karate. I've found that having it written out helps alot. I have purchased a few forms books and found the written out form helps me to learn it. An instructor can help you alot when it comes to the nuances, however, you need to be able to go through the kata before the instructor can see what your doing wrong.
Because of the various affiliations, there may be some differences between what I have posted and what the instructor or school expects from the student. For instance, the traditional karate form as taught in Korea, typically has little allowance for toes bent inward or outward. Parallel mean parallel.
Traditional Karate can be hard on your knuckles. I have a friend who broke his several times on purpose while learning in Korea and he can't use his hand for anything, except maybe breaking boards, bottles and brick.
This form was named after the holy Dan-Gun, the legendary founder of Korea in the year of 2333 B.C.
There are 21 movements starting in the Parallel Ready Stance
READY STANCE - FEET SHOULDER WIDTH APART, HANDS IN FISTS IN FRONT OF BELT.
Steps to the Form DAN-GUN
Ready Stance: PARALLEL
End: Bring the left foot back to a ready stance.
When being judged, the instructor will look for the following:
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