Taekwondo Black Belt Poomse #7 – Poomsae Cheonkwon How-To Video

Taekwondo Black Belt Poomse #7 – Poomsae Cheonkwon How-To Video


The first technique is overlapped hands
ready stance. Then wing spreading. Now soaring punch or spring punch. Then left single knifehand block. Then right hand straight punch. Then right knifehand twisting block. Stepping forward left hand straight punch. Then left single knifehand block. Then left side kick. And the left hand low section block. Then step foward right reverse middle punch. Then turn around then inner wrist
augmented middle section block. Then blocking to the high section and then left side punch. Then left a single knifehand block. Then stepping in and then right hand side punch. Then turn around inner wrist right side augmented middle section block. Then in place right hand high section block side punch. Then right knifehand high section block twisting it down left hand side punch. Then inner trunk twist blocking on left the front stance. Then in place left reverse middle section punch. Then right front kick and then right reverse punch. Then quickly bringing your right foot to your left foot in left back stance double knifehand low section block. Now quickly trotting forward right
hand middle section and low section block. Now on side stance diamond side
punch. Now jumping counterclockwise inside Crescent target kick. Then diamond side punch. Now on right back stance single mountain block. Shift your weight to your left leg and left back stance single mountain block. Now put your feet together bringing right foot in front of your left foot and left cat stance
mountain push. Then bring your feet together move your left foot forward on right cat stance mountain push. Ending with overlapping hand
ready stance. Kyup Son is overlap hand. Nalgae means wing. Pyogi means opening. Sosum means soaring. Chigi is striking, Wen Han Sonnal is left single knifehand. Montong is middle section. Bakat Makki is outward block. Ohrun Joomuk is right hand. Montong is middle section. Baro Jirugi is straight punch. Ohrun Han Sonnal is right single knifehand. Momtong is middle section. Bakat Makki is outward block. Wen Joomuk is left hand. Momtong is middle section. Baro Jirugi is straight punch. Wen Han Sonnal is left single knifehand. Momtong is middle section. Bakat Makki is outward block. Yup Chagi is side kick. Wen Palmok Ahrae Makki is left forearm low section block. Ohrun Joomuk is right hand. Momtong is middle section. Bandae Jirugi means reverse punch. Ahn Palmok is inner wrist. Geoduro Momtong Bakat Makki is
augmented outward middle section block. Ulgool Makki is high section block. Wen Joomuk is left fist. Yup JIrugi is side punch. Whidoollo is swing. Ulgool Makki is high section block. Ohrun Joomuk is right fist. Yup JIrugi is side punch. Ahn Palmok is inner wrist. Geoduro Momtong Bakat Makki is
augmented outward block Ulgool Makki is high section block. Ohrun Joomuk is right fist. Yup JIrugi is side punch. Whidoollo is swinging. Ulgool Makki is high section block. Wen Joomuk is left fist. Yup JIrugi is side punch. Ohrun Palmok means right wrist. Momtong is middle section. Bakat Makki outward block. Wen Joomuk is left fist. Momtong is middle section. Bandae Jirugi is reverse punch. Apchagi is front kick. Ohrun Joomuk is right fist. Momtongi Bandae Jirugi is middle section reverse punch. Sonnal is knifehand. Ahrae Makki is low section block. Ohrun Palmok is right forearm. Momtong and Ahrae Makki means middle
section low section block. Keumkang means diamond. Yup JIrugi is side punch. Ohrun Bal is right foot. Pyojuk Chagi is target kick. Keumkang Yup JIrugi is diamond side punch. Sonnal is knifehand. Wesantle means single mountain. Makki is block. So Sonnal Wesantle Makki is knifehand single mountain block. Taesan is a big mountain. Milgi is pushing. Now Taesan Milgi is big mountain pushing. Kyup Son is overlap hands.

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