Taekwon Do Patterns

Taekwon Do Patterns
Author : Jim Hogan
Publisher : Crowood Press
Total Pages : 144
Release : 2006
ISBN 10 : 186126898X
ISBN 13 : 9781861268983
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Taekwon Do Patterns Book Description:

The martial art of Taekwon-Do was initially developed by the Korean military in the 1950s and spread internationally with the formation of the International Taekwon-Do Federation [ITF] in 1966. Taekwon-Do has continued to develop and it is now one of the most popular martial arts, with around eight million students worldwide and perhaps best known for its spectacular kicking and power demonstrations. In this highly practical and informative book, Master Hogan draws on his vast experience to give unique insights into the performance and application of the first nine patterns (tul) that Taekwon-Do students must master to obtain the rank of 1st degree black belt.

The Encyclopedia of Taekwon Do Patterns

The Encyclopedia of Taekwon Do Patterns
Author : Stuart Anslow Paul
Publisher :
Total Pages : 310
Release : 2010-05-31
ISBN 10 : 1906628165
ISBN 13 : 9781906628161
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Encyclopedia of Taekwon Do Patterns Book Description:

The Encyclopedia Of Taekwon-Do Patterns: The Complete Patterns Resource For Ch'ang Hon, ITF & GTF Students Of Taekwon-Do is a unique series of books that feature the complete works of General Choi, Hong Hi; Creator of the Ch'ang Hon system of Taekwon-Do a

Taekwon Do Patterns

Taekwon Do Patterns
Author : Jim Hogan
Publisher : Crowood
Total Pages : 320
Release : 2014-09-30
ISBN 10 : 9781847979209
ISBN 13 : 1847979203
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Taekwon Do Patterns Book Description:

For the first time, all fifteen patterns [tul] of the Korean martial art of Taekwon-Do that are taught within the black belt syllabus of the International Taekwon-Do Federation are presented here in a single volume. This landmark book shows every single move of each pattern executed by the internationally renowned Taekwon-Do exponent and instructor, Master Jim Hogan. Each movement is clearly illustrated with a full-length photograph accompanied by a detailed commentary, a diagram showing the position of the move within the pattern, an overall description of the pattern, and the Korean translation for every single technique.Together with the authors' earlier volume, Taekwon-Do Patterns from Beginner to Black Belt, all twenty-four Taekwon-Do patterns are now described and analysed in remarkable detail. The books are clearly focused on the needs of the Taekwon-Do practitioner, and are an invaluable resource for every Taekwon-Do student. Superbly illustrated with 1500 colour photographs, including full-length photographs and diagrams illustrating every single move of each pattern.

Taekwondo

Taekwondo
Author : Marc Tedeschi
Publisher :
Total Pages : 182
Release : 2015-05-22
ISBN 10 : 1891640836
ISBN 13 : 9781891640834
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Taekwondo Book Description:

"The essential text on Taekwondo's widely practiced ITF patterns, written by the author of the landmark 896-page book, "Taekwondo: Traditions, Philosophy, Technique."" ----- This informative text provides a detailed summary of the 24 patterns historically associated with the International Taekwondo Federation, which are widely appreciated for their traditional qualities, aesthetic beauty, and technical variety. The patterns presented in this work are those sanctioned by the forms' creator, Hong-Hi Choi, at the time of his death. Clearly written and expertly designed and photographed by the author of the landmark 896-page "Taekwondo," this book is essential reading for all forms enthusiasts seeking a concise and accurate presentation of the entire ITF forms system. It includes: Over 3000 high-quality photographs and 380 illustrations A concise overview of the historical origins of forms and patterns An outline of general principles of execution and interpretation Underlying philosophical concepts and meanings associated with each individual ITF pattern, as well as other Taekwondo forms systems Detailed presentations for each of the 24 patterns, including alternate views, closeups of complex actions, footwork drawings, and pattern diagrams A highly practical and portable book for all Taekwondo practitioners Note: The information in this 180-page book comes from material extracted from the author's 896-page work, "Taekwondo: Traditions, Philosophy, Technique." Readers seeking a comprehensive presentation of Taekwondo should obtain the larger work. View sample pages, read book reviews, or get more information at marctedeschi.com

Ch ang Hon Taekwon Do Hae Sul

Ch ang Hon Taekwon Do Hae Sul
Author : Stuart Anslow
Publisher :
Total Pages : 356
Release : 2012-07-01
ISBN 10 : 1906628475
ISBN 13 : 9781906628475
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Ch ang Hon Taekwon Do Hae Sul Book Description:

..". the art merely became like a domesticated wild cat, content to sleep whilst still retaining a savagery at its heart enabling it to bare its teeth when required." - John Dowding, 4th degree Ch'ang Hon Taekwon-do Hae Sul: Real Applications To The ITF Patterns, Vol. 2 continues where the ground breaking Vol. 1 left off. In Vol. 2 the senior patterns of the Ch'ang Hon System up to 2nd Dan, have gone through the same in-depth analysis as the lower grade patterns originally did, with each one having been examined, dissected and rebuilt to help the student of Taekwon-do to understand what is really contained within the patterns we practice in Taekwon-do. Patterns Hwa-Rang, Choong-Moo, Kwang-Gae, Po-Eun, Ge-Baek, Eui-Am, Choong-Jang, Ko-Dang and Juche have been examined in-depth to find more realistic applications for their movements - based upon what the author refers to as their 'DNA'. In this volume, even the ready postures and stances have been examined and the results are documented in step by step photographic detail, using over 2,200 photographs. Comprising over 350 pages, this book not only shows more realistic applications to the Red Belt, 1st Dan and 2nd Dan patterns, but also explains how it is possible to achieve these applications in the first place, why General Choi, Hong Hi, the founder of Ch'ang Hon Taekwon-do couldn't make the same conclusions, as well as expelling a falsehood that has been with Taekwon-Do since its inception! After reading this book, the patterns of Taekwon-do no longer seem just a collection of movements, performed in a dance-like fashion for competitions or gradings, but become realistic techniques that can actually be utilised as real world self defence applications - making this a must-read companion to Vol. 1, for all students who study and practice Taekwon-do.

The Encyclopaedia of Taekwon Do Patterns

The Encyclopaedia of Taekwon Do Patterns
Author : Stuart Anslow Paul
Publisher :
Total Pages : 316
Release : 2010-05
ISBN 10 : 1906628173
ISBN 13 : 9781906628178
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Encyclopaedia of Taekwon Do Patterns Book Description:

The Encyclopedia Of Taekwon-Do Patterns is a unique series of books that feature the complete works of General Choi, Hong Hi; Creator of the Ch'ang Hon system of Taekwon-Do and founder of the International Taekwon-Do Federation; as well as the patterns further devised by some of his most talented and legendary pioneers; Grandmaster Park, Jung Tae and Grandmaster Kim, Bok Man. This 3 volume set is the only series of books in the world to feature all of the 25 patterns created by General Choi and his Taekwon-Do pioneers (including both Juche and Ko-Dang), as well as all 3 Saju exercises, the 6 Global Taekwon-Do Federation patterns developed by Grandmaster Park, Jung Tae and the Silla Knife Pattern instituted by Grandmaster Kim, Bok Man. Utilizing over 2000 photographs the student is shown in precise detail, each and every pattern from beginning to end, including useful tips on their performance and things unique to particular organisations (such as Kihap points etc.). Displayed in full step-by-step photographic detail, which displays not just the final move but the 'in-between' motions as well making each book ideal to learn or revise your patterns, no matter which organisation you belong to. Volume 2 takes the student of Taekwon-Do from Po-Eun (1st Dan) to Yoo-Sin (3rd Dan) and includes both Ko-Dang and Juche, as well as the Dan grade patterns required by the Global Taekwon-Do Federation (GTF). No matter which Taekwon-Do organisation you belong to, the Encyclopedia Of Taekwon-Do Patterns covers all you need to know to take you from White Belt to Taekwon-Do Master.

Essential Taekwon do Patterns

Essential Taekwon do Patterns
Author : James S. Eldon
Publisher : Paul H Crompton Limited
Total Pages : 102
Release : 1989
ISBN 10 : PSU:000045723940
ISBN 13 :
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Essential Taekwon do Patterns Book Description:

TAEKWONDO PATTERNS

TAEKWONDO PATTERNS
Author : Jim Hogan
Publisher : Crowood
Total Pages : 144
Release : 2012-08-01
ISBN 10 : 9781847974358
ISBN 13 : 184797435X
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

TAEKWONDO PATTERNS Book Description:

The martial art of Taekwon-Do was initially developed by the Korean military in the 1950s and spread internationally with the formation of the International Taekwon-Do Federation [ITF] in 1966. Taekwon-Do has continued to develop and it is now one of the most popular martial arts, with some eight million students worldwide and perhaps best known for its spectacular kicking and power demonstrations. However, Taekwon-Do is first and foremost a modern, scientifically based martial art with a vast array of techniques. Core Taekwon-Do techniques are grouped together in twenty-four patterns (tul), each of which is a progressively more complex series of self-defence moves against one or more imaginary opponents, and which must be mastered by students as they advance through the Taekwon-Do grading system. This unique book is specifically designed to help guide Taekwon-Do students through the first nine patterns that take them up to 1st degree black belt grade.

Taekwondo Patterns

Taekwondo Patterns
Author : Krystyna Sargent
Publisher : Lulu.com
Total Pages : 98
Release : 2016-10-22
ISBN 10 : 9781365421679
ISBN 13 : 1365421678
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Taekwondo Patterns Book Description:

This book is a reference to aid learning Taekwondo patterns in conjunction with expert instruction. With English and Korean terminology for each colour belt grade, students of all ages can speed up learning outside of their dojang. Every movement is simply illustrated in chunks of four per page to make learning and remembering easier, and the book provides pages for students and teachers to make notes.

From Creation to Unification

From Creation to Unification
Author : Stuart Anslow
Publisher : CheckPoint Press
Total Pages : 296
Release : 2013-08-01
ISBN 10 : 1906628556
ISBN 13 : 9781906628550
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

From Creation to Unification Book Description:

..". another much needed resource for all students of Korean Martial Arts. Yes all Korean Martial Arts! " - Master George Vitale, 8th Degree Through the patterns of Ch'ang Hon (ITF) Taekwon-Do, thousands of students around the world have learned more about Korea and its history than by any other resource, due in no uncertain terms to the fact that General Choi Hong Hi chose to name the patterns after famous historical figures or events from Korean history, the patterns that hundreds of thousands of Taekwon-Do students now practice! However, with the name of each pattern, General Choi only left the smallest snippet of information on those people or events, which for years, has left many students wanting to know more. This book aims to fulfil that 'want' and provides a much deeper insight and background into the lives of the illustrious figures (or events) that so inspired General Choi. In this book you will learn more that you ever knew about these great figures in Korean history and understand what lead to them being chosen as a name for one of General Choi's patterns, but more importantly, their great contributions to Korea and its history, just as General Choi wanted! In General Choi's own words "A part of Korea therefore now exists across the whole world and Korea's nationality and history can never be removed by oppressors again." Apart from expanding on the histories behind each of the Ch'ang Hon (ITF) patterns, this book corrects some small errors and reveals some interesting titbits and revelations along the way. "It finally puts those last pieces of missing jigsaw in to place and completes the whole picture for the reader." - Master Ray Gayle, 8th Degree