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    Testing Requirements for 1st Gup - Red Belt

     1. Verbal or written examination covering
        A. What is Chung Do Kwan?
        B. Is Tae Kwon Do offensive or defensive, and why?
        C. Why is uniformity in appearance so important in Tae Kwon Do?

    2. Basic Techniques
        A. Upper Body Techniques Combinations
             1. Back stance--closed double outside block / forward stance--punch
             2. Kibon stance--single mountain block / pull back and punch
             3. Tiger stance--palm down block / front leg front kick / forward stance--punch
             4. Back stance--middle focus open hand double outside block / double neck chop
             5. Forward stance--ankle grab / knee push / punch (Koryo poomse)
             6. Forward stance--v-hand strike . punch
             7. Forward stance--finger thrust / punch
             8. Forward stance--spearhand strike / punch
        B. Cha Gi Sul (kicking)
            Punch / spin back kick followed by...
             1. Pivot axe kick, out-to-in
             2. Pivot axe kick, in-to-out
             3. Pivot front kick
             4. Pivot hook kick
             5. Pivot side kick
             6. Low pivot round kick
             7. Skip front leg back kick
             8. Spin hook kick
             9. Jump spin hook kick
            10. Jump spin axe kick, in-to-out

    3. Poomse (forms)
       Tae Geuk Pil Chong

    4. Hahn Bohn Gyo Roo Gi (one-step sparring)
        Attack and couterattack are done at full speed and maximum intensity.
        This is only for advanced students with precision control.  The choice
        of counterattacks is up to the student

    5. Jah Yoo Gyo Roo Gi (free sparing)
        Free spar three rounds with different opponents demonstrating:
        A. Selective and properly timed offense
        B. Reaction defense with scoring counter
        C. No-contact control
        D. Light-contact control
        E. Full contact with protective gear
    6. Hosinsool (self-defense)
        A. Each wrist grabbed by a different attacker at the same time
        B. Your foot is grabbed and held as you attempt to front kick

    7. Breaking
        Be prepared to break with one of the following combinations
        A. Jump spin hook kick / front kick
        B. Double side chop at the same time / jump spin in-to-out axe kick
        C. Flying side kick over multiple people

    Last Updated March 22, 2010