green belt

PERSONAL DETAILS

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  • Date of birth: 1/26, 2016
  • Mom & Dad’s Date of birth :
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  • Club (Dojang) address: Taekwon Tigers 2741 Middlefield Rd. Palo Alto 94306
  • Club (Dojang) contact telephone No: 650-521-0678

 

ALL STUDENTS

Q: What are the meanings of the Greenbelt colors?

A: Green: Dignity (Self Respect)

 

Q: What is your name of the form?

A: Taegeuk 3 Jang  (Graduation Level 1 test: Taegeuk 1~3)                         

Q: How many movements does it have?

 

Q: What countries do Taekwondo, Karate, and Kung Fu come from?

A:  Taekwondo is from Korea, Karate is from Japan, and Kung Fu is from China. Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: How do you say “bow to the flags” in Korean?

A: Gookki-eh-daehayo-kyong-ret, Sir/Ma’am!”

 

Q: How do you say, “bow to the instructor” in Korean?

A: Sah-bum-nim-kkeh-kyong-ret, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is the name of the Korean flag?

A: Tae-geukki, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What part of the foot do you use for the following kicks?

A:

1) Front Kick – Ball of foot or instep

2) Round House Kick – Ball of foot or instep

3) Side Kick – Heel and blade of the foot

4) Back kick – Heel

 

FOR STUDENTS 9 AND OLDER (study all above)

Q: Why do you use a control in free sparring?

A:

To demonstrate mental discipline.

To show physical control of ourselves.

To build self-confidence, which indicates a strong mind, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is the TaeKwon Tigers home rule # 4?

A:

TaeKwon Tigers Home Rule # 4

Children will keep household neat and clean, Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: What is the Student Mental Focus?

A: Three Rules of Concentration

  1. Focus with your eyes
  2. Focus with your mind
  3. Focus with your body Sir/Ma’am!

 

Q: How do you say “back kick” in Korean?

A: Dwit-Cha-Gi