Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
Colour Belt Promotion Test (1st Session 2009)
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1st INTEC Taekwondo Championship 2009
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Monday, February 16, 2009
Friday, February 6, 2009
Capoeira (IPA: ) is a Brazilian fight-dance, game, and martial art created by enslaved Africans during the 19th Century  Participants form a roda (circle) and take turns playing instruments, singing, and sparring in pairs in the centre of the circle. ...Taekkyon contains all kinds of techniques, including hand and leg techniques(joint locks, head butts,etc). In all styles, just like in past centuries, kicks are most dominant. Taekkyon probably teaches the greatest variety of kicks among all martial arts,especially low kicks (ddanjuk) but also jumps.
Taekkyon movements are very fluid and dance-like with the practitioners constantly moving. Thus, it resembles Capoeira and Shaolin Kung Fu. While some people see a certain similarity to the motions of Taekwondo, the techniques and principles differ a lot from those of other Korean martial arts.Taekkyon does not make use of abrupt knee motions. The principles and methods used to extend the kick put more emphasis on fluency and pushing rather than on speed and strength of the kick.
Taekkyon uses many sweeps with straight forward low kicks using the ball of the foot and the heel and flowing crescent-like high kicks. There are many kicks that move the leg outward from the middle and inward from the outside using the side of the heels and the side of the feet. The art also used tricks like inward trips, wall-jumping, fake-outs, tempo, and slide-stepping. The art is also like a dance in which the fighter constantly changes his or her stance from his or her left to his or her right by stepping forward and backwards while his or her arms are up and ready to guard. This art requires traditional Korean white robes which were worn commonly in the past of Korea.
Low kicks, which are very frequent in Taekkyon, are normally used to disable an opponent's balance and knock him to the ground. These kicks include leg sweeps as well as direct blows to the knee. There are around 10 different basic techniques of this set of techniques called ttanjuk.
When Taekkyon is practiced as a sport, it uses a limited subset of techniques, focusing on grappling and kicking only. Points are scored by throwing (or tripping) the opponent to the ground, pushing him out of the ring, or kicking him in the head. There are no hand strikes or headbutts, and purposefully injuring your opponent is prohibited. (The head kicks are often quite sharp, but usually not full force, and fighters may not attempt to wear the opponent down with body blows as in western boxing or muay thai). Matches are decided by the best of three falls -- the first fighter to score two points wins. To an untrained eye, the matches are cautious but exhilarating affairs. The contestants circle each other warily, changing their footwork constantly and feinting with low kicks, before exploding into a flurry of action which usually leaves one fighter flat on his/her back.
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Wednesday, January 7, 2009
Fin : Not exceeding 54 Kg
Fly : Over 54kg and not exceeding 58kg
Bantam : Over 58kg and not exceeding 62kg
Feather : Over 62kg and not exceeding 67kg
Light : Over 67kg and not exceeding 72kg
Welter : Over 72kg and not exceeding 78kg
Middle : Over 78kg and not exceeding 84kg
Heavy : Over 84 Kg
Fin : Not exceeding 47 Kg
Fly : Over 47kg and not exceeding 51kg
Bantam : Over 51kg and not exceeding 55kg
Feather : Over 55kg and not exceeding 59kg
Light : Over 59kg and not exceeding 63kg
Welter : Over 63kg and not exceeding 67kg
Middle : Over 67kg and not exceeding 72kg
Heavy : Over 72 Kg
Monday, October 13, 2008
3 of us from UCSI had brought back 2 medals from KEMAJA 2008. Although we joined together with UKM team, hoping that we could have our own sparring team to bring back greater honour for coming days. TRAIN HARD !!!
MALE BANTHEM CATEGORY
SILVER MEDALIST: CHAN KIAN LEE
(lee, upload urself haha)
FEMALE MIDDLE CATEGORY
SILVER MEDALIST: CHU WUI YAN
see see see...those little kids could fight pretty well...Good sportmanship,haha.
Thanks to UKM's ESTHER & TEAM MANAGER for buying us KFC...haha
However, it was not good to eat KFC fried chicken at 10pm. "="
The WINLONG云龙DEMO TEAM'S youtube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDVenUAE3To
Friday, October 3, 2008
Yellow signifies the first beam of sunlight which shines upon the seed giving it new strength with the beginning of new life. A yellow belt student is given his/her first ray of knowledge, opening his mind, from an instructor.
Green signifies the growth of the seed as it sprouts from the earth reaching toward the sun and begins to grow into a plant. A green belt student learns to further develop and refine his/her techniques.
Blue signifies the blue sky as the plant continues to grow toward it. A blue belt student moves up higher in rank just as the plant grows taller. The light feeds the plant so it can continue to grow. The student is fed additional knowledge of the Art in order for his/her body and mind continue to grow and develop.
Red signifies the red-hot heat of the Sun as the plant continues growing toward it. A red belt student is higher in rank, he/she acquires more detailed knowledge and, just as the plant grows slowly toward the Sun, so the red belt student learns to be more cautious as his/her knowledge and physical abilities increase.
Black signifies the darkness beyond the Sun. A black belt seeks new knowledge of the Art. As he/she begins to teach others, he/she begins planting new seeds, his/her students, many of which will take root deep into the Art, blossom and grow through the ranks in a never-ending process of self-growth, knowledge, and enlightenment.
Korean language command
|Swieo||쉬어||At ease, relax|
|Dwiro dora||뒤로 돌아||Turn around (about turn)|