Author : Choi Hong Hi (General)
Title : Enclyclopedia of Taekwon-do Volume 07
Year : 1983
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FUNDAMENTAL EXERCISES (Gibon Yonsup) Cenainly the most imponant asset any training hall can have is a good instructor. There is no substitute for well-trained, intelligent. perceptive and patient instructor. Occasionally, however, a student may fi nd himself in an area where he is not able to train under a qualified instructor; or a student may f ind the need to practice by himself from time to ti me; or there may be instances when an individual is sincerely anx.ious to learn Taekwon-Do but neither has the means nor lime to travel to a distant tra ining hall. ln these cases. a dedicated person may be able to use this book as a guide. To tru ly gain complete comprehension of these techniques, however, a student will have to spend sorne lime under the tutelage of a black belt instructor. The sequence of fundamental exercises described here is neither absolute nor inflexible. lt is. however, a sequence. found to be most beneficiai for the student, especially beginners. Fundamental exercises are considered the back bone of Taekwon-Do. for the students can learn a great number of additional movements which are found neither in patterns nor sparrings. Obviously the pattern cannot be performed effectively without suf· ficient knowledge of the fundamental movements involved. The student is therefore advised to exercise each fundamental movement correctly and thoroughly one by one before attempting to practise his pattern or sparring. The object of this volume is to give the students (from beginners to 2nd degree black belt holders) clear purpose, principle method and a logical procedure of exercise of each fundamental movement. ...
Choi Hong Hi - Enclyclopedia of Taekwon-do - vol 07
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