LINE WORK FOR 6TH KUPS
RIGHT LEG BACK AND GUARD – ON THE SPOT – JAB, REVERSE PUNCH, FRONT KICK WITH REAR LEG, KIAP ON THE KICK AND BACK TO GUARD, 4 TIMES THEN SWITCH THE LEGS AND REPEAT
FWD – FRONT KICK TURNING KICK COMBINATION USING THE SAME LEG AND LAND IN L-STANCE WITH GUARDING BLOCK
BWD – FIRST 3 MOVES OF WON-HYO
FWD – WALKING STANCE CIRCULAR BLOCK
BWD – L-STANCE INWARDS BLOCK KNIFE HAND STRIKE USING THE SAME ARM
FWD – TURNING KICK LANDING IN L-STANCE KNIFE HAND STRIKE PULL BACK TO GUARD
BWD – SPARING STYLE, HIGH SECTION OUTER FOREARM BLOCK REVERSE PUNCH PULL BACK TO GUARD
SET PATTERNS EXAMINERS CHOICE
SET PATTERN EXAMINERS CHOICE
PATTERN WON HYO
3 STEP SPARING 8-10, JUNIORS 5-6
FREE SPARING WITH SAFETY EQUIPMENT SHOWING CONTACT CONTROL
JUNIOR THEORY QUESTIONS
From green belt level upwards the theory questions are still easier, relating to their age and ability, but there is less distinction in the theory asked between an adult and a junior.
TYPICAL THEORY FOR 6TH KUPS
Theory for your 6th Kup grading typically consists of 3 more questions relating to the training that you have done so far
THE MOST COMMON QUESTIONS ARE:-
What is the meaning of your pattern and how many movements does it have?
What is the korean for side piercing kick and what part of the foot do your use?
What is the Korean for the first 3 movements of Won-Hyo?
What is the Korean for bending stance and what is its purpose?
What is the pupose of practising free sparing, and what is the Korean for it?
Why do we twist on a punch?
What is the Korean for a circular block and what is its purpose?
When was the UKTKD formed?
Explain what a vertical stance is.
Remember that these are just examples of questions you might be asked at a grading, a student should have a good knowledge of their theory before going to grade.