Black Belt 1, 2 & 3
1. Slide Step Forward
2. Slide Step Backward
3. Full Step Forward
4. Full Step Backward
5. Half Step Forward
6. Half Step Backward
7. Same Place Step - right leg forward
8. Same Place Step - leg forward
9. Shuffle Step Forward
10. Shuffle Step Backward
11. Quarter Turns Left
12. Quarter Turns Right
13. Side Step to Left
14. Side Step to Right
15. Spin Step Forward with Right
16. Spin Step Forward with Left
17. Step Back Step with Right
18. Step Back Step with Left
Freesparring Footwork - 2nd Degree & above
19. Right Full Step Fwd., Slide Step Back (both sides)
20. Right Full Step Fwd., Left Side Step (both sides)
21. Right Full Step Fwd., Left Spin Step (both sides)
Tae Kwon Do Basics
1. Front Stance - (Chun-Gool Jaseh)
2. Back Stance - (Kee-Mah Jaseh)
3. Horse-Back Stance - (Hoo-Gool Jaseh)
4. Fighting Stance - (Dehryun Jaseh)
1. Down Defense - (Hah-Dan Makgi)
2. Outside Defense - (Pakuro Makgi)
3. Inside Defense - (Anuro Makgi)
4. Upper Defense - (Sahng-Dan Makgi)
5. Middle Attack - (Choong-Dan Kongyuk)
6. High Attack - (Sahng-Dan Kongyuk)
7. Knifehand Attack - (Sudo Kongyuk)
8. Spearhand Attack - (Kwan Soo)
1. Knifehand Middle Defense - (Choong-Dan Sudo)
2. Knifehand Down Defense - (Hah-Dan Sudo)
3. Side Middle Defense - (Yup Makgi)
4. Double Middle Defense - (Choong-Dan Sangsu)
5. Double Down Defense - (Hah-Dan Sangsu)
1. Side Middle Attack - (Hoeng Jen)
1. Slide Front Kick - (Ahp Chagi)
2. Slide Side Kick - (Yup Chagi)
3. Slide Roundhouse Kick - (Tollyu Chagi)
4. Rear Leg Front Kick - (Ahp Chagi)
5. Rear Leg Side Kick - (Yup Chagi)
6. Rear Leg Roundhouse Kick - (Tollyu Chagi)
7. Back Kick - (Dui Chagi)
8. Pop-Up Front Kick - (E-Don Ahp Chagi)
9. Pop-Up Side Kick - (E-Don Tup Chagi)
10. Pop-Up Roundhouse - (E-Don Tollyu Chagi)
11. Pop-UpBackKick - (E-Don Dui Chagi)
12. Long Step Jump Front Kick - (E-Don Ahp Chagi)
13. Long Step Jump Side Kick - (E-Don Tup Chagi)
14. Long Step Jump Roundhouse Kick - (E-Don Tollyu Chagi)
15. Long Step Jump Back Kick - (E-Don Dui Chagi)
1. Basic Combination Kicks
2. Freesparring Combination Kicks
Equipment Training Drills
1. Left Jab/Right Punch, Right Punch/Left Jab
2. Left/Right Hook (high/low), Right/Left Hook
3. Left/Right Uppercut, Right/Left Uppercut
4. Reaction Training - 30 seconds
Focus Mitts - 2nd Degree & above (Add body movement, multiple kicks and single kicks)
5. Left Jab/Right Hook, Right Punch/Left Hook
6. Left Jab/Right Uppercut, Right Punch/Left Uppercut
7. Left Hook/Right Uppercut, Right Hook/Left Uppercut
8. Reaction Training - 45 seconds
Paddle Training - Uprising Kicks
1. Rear Leg Uprising
2. Slide Uprising
3. Full Step Uprising
4. Spin Step Uprising
5. 360 Degree Uprising
6. Jump Uprising
7. Fake Kick Uprising
Paddle Training - Uprising Kicks, 2nd Degree & above
8. Right/Left Uprising
9. Right Uprising, Double Uprising
10. Right Uprising, Right Jump Uprising
11. Right Uprising, 360 Degree Uprising
12. Right Uprising, Double Uprising, Left Uprising, Wheel Kick
13. Right Wheel (or crescent), Right Uprising, Double Uprising, Left Uprising, Right Wheel
14. Any Leg Ax Kick, Left Uprising, Right Wheel, Any Leg Ax Kick
15. Offensive: Right Uprising, Double Uprising (repeat opposite side)
Defensive: Stutter Step Back, Pop-Up Wheel (or spin crescent)
16. Offensive: Right Uprising, Left Wheel Kick (repeat opposite side)
Defensive: Alternating Uprising Kicks
Paddle Training - Crescent Kicks
1. Slide Outside Crescent
2. Rear Leg Inside Crescent
3. Spin Crescent
4. Pop-Up Spin Crescent
5. 360 Degree Crescent
6. Long Step Outside Crescent - similar to jump front kick
Paddle Training - Crescent Kicks, 2nd Degree & above
7. Right Rear Leg Inside Crescent, 360 Degree Jump Inside Crescent
8. Two Pop-Up Spin Crescent Kicks
Paddle Training - Hook Kick
1. Slide Hook Kick
Paddle Training - Wheel Kick
1. Wheel Kick
Paddle Training - Wheel Kick, 2nd Degree & above
2. Pop-Up Wheel Kick
3. Full Step Wheel Kick
Paddle Training - Push Kick
1. Slide Push Kick
2. Rear Leg Push Kick
Paddle Training - Ax Kick
1. Lead Leg Ax Kick (or semi-ax)
2. Rear Leg Ax Kick (or semi-ax)
Paddle Training - Self-Defense
2. Knifehand Attack (chop)
4. Lead Hand Backflst
5. Rear Hand Backfist
6. Spin Backfist
7. Spin Knifehand
Paddle Training - Self-Defense, 2nd degree & above
9. Left Hammerfist, Right Spin Hammerfist
10. Left Backfist, Right Spin Backfist
11. Left Knifehand Attack, Jump Spin Knifehand Attack
12. Left Ridgehand Attack, Jump Spin Ridgehand Attack
13. Two Spinning Backfists
14. Jumping Forward Pop-Up Elbow
1. Rear Leg Front Kick
2. Slide Side Kick
3. Rear Leg Side Kick
4. Rear Leg Uprising or Roundhouse Kick
5. Slide Uprising or Roundhouse Kick
6. Back Kick
7. Full Step Back Kick
8. 360 Degree Jump Back Kick
9. Reaction Training: 1,2,3... Drill (30 seconds)
Kicking Shield - 2nd Degree & above
10. Right Front Kick, Right Jump Front Kick
11. Slide Front Kick, Pop-Up Front Kick
12. Slide Side Kick, Spin Back Kick
13. Right/Left Back Kick
14. Offensive: Full Step Fwd., Back Kick Defensive: Stutter Step Backwards, Pop-Up Back Kick
15. Same Time: Pop-Up Back Kick
16. Reaction Training: 1,2,3...Drill, add Back Kick (45 seconds)
1. 8 Self-Defense Blocks
2. 8 Self-Defense Blocks and Counter Attacks
3. 8 Self-Defense Blocks and Elbow Breaks
Self-Defense Blocks - 2nd Degree & above
4. 14 Self-Defense Blocks
5. 14 Self-Defense Blocks with 2 or more Counter Attacks
6. 14 Self-Defense Blocks and Elbow Breaks
Elbow and Knee Strikes
1. Side Elbow Strike - to face
2. Upward Elbow Strike - under chin
3. Downward Elbow Strike - to spine or chest (support with both hands)
4. Straight Knee - grab shoulders and pull down
5. Side Knee - grab one shoulder with both hands and pull down
One Step Attacks - Traditional Kicks Only
1. First Creative Combination
2. Second Creative Combination
3. Third Creative Combination
Three Self-Defense Techniques - Slow then Fast (1st Degree only)
1. First Creative Self-Defense
2. Second Creative Self-Defense
3. Third Creative Self-Defense
Two Multiple Attacker Self-Defenses - Slow then Fast (2nd Degree & above)
1. First Creative Self-Defense
2. Second Creative Self-Defense
Defense against Knife Attacks - Slow then Fast (2nd Degree & above)
1. First Creative Knife Defense
2. Second Creative Knife Defense
3. Third Creative Knife Defense
4. Fourth Creative Knife Defense
5. Fifth Creative Knife Defense
6. Sixth Creative Knife Defense
Kenpo (IKCA) Master Form
1. Orange through Brown Belt (Continuous as Form)
2nd Degree & above
1. Orange through Black Belt (Continuous as Form)
3. Running the Line
4. Green Belt Techniques versus Dummy
5. Three Man Continuous using Green Belt Techniques
1. Point Fighting
2. Continuous Fighting
1st Degree only
3. Two - on - One (point style)
2nd Degree & above only
3. (Rank testing for plus 1) - on - One (point style)
Board Breaking - Single Breaks for 1st Degrees
1. Front Kick
2. Side Kick
3. Back Kick
4. Any Hand Technique
Board Breaking - Multiple Breaks in Succession, 2nd Degree & above
1. First Break - Any type of break
2. Second Break - Any different type of break
3. Third Break - Any different type of break
4. Fourth Break - Any different type of break
Brick Breaking - (l7 years old or older) Student Chooses Strike - Hand or Foot
1. First Degree: One brick only required
2. 2nd Degree & above: (Rank testing for) bricks required
1. Push-Ups - Quantity? Time?
2. Sit-Ups - Quantity? Time?
Kata - Forms
1. Palgwe 1
2. Palgwe 2
3. Palgwe 3
4. Palgwe 4
5. Palgwe 5
6. Palgwe 6
7. Palgwe 7
8. Palgwe 8
9. Chumo 1
10. Chumo 2
11. Chumo 3
12. Chumo 4
13. Koryo Poomse
1st Degree Only
14. Tenshi Short Bo Kata
15. Tenshi Long Bo Kata
2nd Degree & above
16. Geumgang Poomse
17. Taeback Poomse
18. Creative Bo Kata
19. Kenpo Bo Kata
20. Creative Open Form
3rd Degree & above
21. Pyong Won Poomse
22. Creative Weapons Form
Martial Arts Philosophy Questions
1. How has the martial arts affected your life?
2. What is Tae Kwon Do?
3. What makes you ready for your Black Belt?
4. Do you try to apply martial arts to everyday living?
5. How is the martial arts important in developing maturity and responsibility?
6. What do you intend to do after you receive your Black Belt?
7. Why do we show respect?
8. Name some of your short-term goals.
9. Name some of your long-term goals.
10. What does it mean to have self-control?
11. How does martial arts enhance your life?
12. What are the four most important things in your life?
13. What makes a good teacher?
14. Who do you appreciate and why?
15. Who has been the greatest influence on you? Why?
16. What makes a well rounded martial artist?
17. Who have you influenced and how have you influenced them?
18. What makes a good role model?
19. How has the martial arts influenced your home life?
20. How has the martial arts influenced you in school or work?
21. How do you show respect and courtesy?
22. What contributions have you made to the studio?
23. What contributions have you made to your fellow students?
24. What is "self-esteem"?
25. What is "self-concept"?
26. How do you build self-esteem in yourself?
27. How do you improve your self-concept?
28. How do you build self-esteem in others?
29. How has assisting in classes affected you?
30. Give five positive comments you have made while assisting?
31. How do you get somebody to respect you?
32. What keeps you motivated to train in the martial arts?
33. What sacrifices have you made to get as far as you have?
34. What is the most important event you have had in your life? Why is this so important?