Posted on 08 June 2012 by Tony Hackerott
The Taegeuk poomsae are formed in a way that enables the profound philosophy of Taegeuk to be an essential part of the techniques performed. Each Kwae is being reflected within each poomsae, which elucidates the Tae Kwon Do spirit as well as the profundity of its techniques.
The group of these eight poomsae is being taught and examined sequentially, from the yellow to black belt trainees.
Posted on 11 July 2011 by Tony Hackerott
You might have heard it known as the edge-of-the-hand strike, ax hand, the shuto, as well as the thousand-hand strike. No matter which martial arts you’ve studied there will probably be some sort of version of it from Karate, Taekwondo to Kung Fu. In each and every kata from those practiced in the Kodokan to those carried out at Kukkiwon. So, how did this generalized method make it practically into each and every martial arts and kata?
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Learn Karate – How to Master the Knife-Hand Strike
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