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Published on Aug 28, 2011

superperson1972's webcam video August 28, 2011 09:52 PM1. DANJUN HOHUP: Danjun breathing exercises
2. JEONGDO JOSIKBOP: Mind and body rejuvination
3. KIRYUKSOOL: Ki Power techniques
4. DANJUNKI HEANGBOP: Ki Power movement
5. KIHAP CHARYUK SUL: Joining of Ki Power
6. DANJUN KI BOP: Danjun Ki Power techniques
7. UN KIHAENG BOP: Ki Power movement
8. KIGONG GEONSHIN BOP: Ki development for the body
Kicking Techniques (Keri-waza) Ashi barai: Foot sweep Fumikomi: Stomp kick Hiza geri: Knee strike Kin geri: Kick in the groin, performed like front kick but with the feet Mae-ashi mae geri, a.k.a choku geri: Front kick with front leg Mae-ashi mawashi geri: Front roundhouse kick with front leg Mae geri: Front kick Mae Hiza geri: Front knee kick Mae-ren geri: Double front kick (= double mae geri) Mae tobi geri: Front flying kick Mawashi geri: Roundhouse kick Mawashi hiza geri: Circular knee kick Mikazuki geri: Crescent kick Nidan tobi geri: Double jump front kick Tobi geri: Jump kick Tobi hiza geri: Jumping knee kick Tobi ushiro mawashi geri: Jumping reverse roundhouse kick Ura mawashi geri: Upper inside roundhouse kick, a.k.a. hook kick Ushiro geri: Back kick Ushiro mawashi geri : Reverse roundhouse kick Ushiro kekomi: Back side thrust kick Otoshi Mawashi Geri: Circular falling kick Yoko geri keage: Side snap kick Yoko geri kekomi: Side thrust kick Yoko tobi geri: Jumping side kick
fIRSTCAUYSE fIGHTK'NPO 1 - turn to the left and block gedan-barai in Zenkutsu Dachi (long forward stance) 2 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 3 - move the front foot backwards (to turn 180) and block gedan-barai 4 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 5 - step left 90 and block gedan-barai 6 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 7 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 8 - step forward and punch oi-zuki (kiai) 9 - turn to the right from behind (turn 270) and block gedan-barai 10 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 11 - slide the front foot backwards (to turn 180) and block gedan-barai 12 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 13 - step left 90 and block gedan-barai 14 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 15 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 16 - step forward and punch oi-zuki (kiai) 17 - turn to the right from behind (turn 270) and block gedan-barai 18 - step forward and punch oi-zuki 19 - move the front foot backwards (to turn 180) and block gedan-barai 20 - step forward and punch oi-zuki
SHORT FORM 1 1. Start from a horse stance facing 12 o'clock. 2. Drop your left foot back, to 6 o'clock, into a right neutral bow while simultaneously delivering a right inward block and a left back elbow strike. 3. Drop your right foot back, to 6 o'clock, into a left neutral bow while simultaneously delivering a left inward block and a right back elbow strike. 4. Turn to face your next imaginary opponent at 9 o'clock. Step with your right foot to 3 o'clock, into a left neutral bow, while simultaneously delivering a left outward block and a right back elbow strike. 5. Drop your left foot back to 3 o'clock into a right neutral bow while simultaneously delivering a right outward block and a left back elbow strike. 6. Turn to face your next imaginary opponent at 3 o'clock. Adjust your right foot towards 9 o'clock settling into a left neutral bow while simultaneously delivering a left rising block and a right back elbow strike. 7. Drop your left foot back to 9 o'clock into a right neutral bow while simultaneously delivering a right rising block and a left back elbow strike. 8. Turn to face your next imaginary opponent at 6 o'clock. Step with your left foot towards 12 o'clock, into a right neutral bow, while simultaneously delivering a right downward block and a left back elbow strike. 9. Drop your right foot back to 12 o'clock, into a left neutral bow, while simultaneously delivering a left downward block and a right back elbow strike. 10. Step, clockwise, with your left foot to 12 o'clock into a horse stance with (right fist in left open palm) salute. Thus returning to the form point of origin.

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