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Chon-Ji

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White Belt:  Signifies innocence, as that of a beginning student who has no previous knowledge of TaeKwonDo.

Chon-Ji: means literally "the heaven, the Earth."  It is, in the Orient, interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history;  therefore, it is the initial form done by the beginner.  In global history, we think of Plato, the father of western philosophy, from whose lessons we learn to examine the world, our minds, and to achieve balance in ourselves.



Chong-Ji consists of 14 movements these are;

Low block

Inner forearm block

High block

Knife hand Strike

High punches

1) Step forward into left front stance and left low block.

2) Step forward into a right front stance and right punch.

3) Step forward into a left back stance and left inner forearm block.

4) Step forward into a right front stance and right punch.

5) Step forward into a left front stance and left high block.

6) Right punch.                                                                       HAI!

7) Turn into a right front stance and right low block.

8) Step forward into a left front stance and left punch.

9) Step forward into a right back stance and right inner forearm block.

10) Step forward into left front stance and punch.

11) Step forward into a right front stance and high block.

12) Left punch.                                                                     HAI!

13) Turn and left knife hand strike into a sitting stance.

14) Side step into a sitting stance and right knife hand strike.

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