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movent 6-12 and 24-30

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Fri 15th Jan 2010 09:53
O. Braemer

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hi all,

i mean to remember that at the first senior seminar it was said, that those movements have to be in like a mix of fast and continous motion. like to say a normal motion speed without a sine wave and a normal breathing.


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bernadette doyle

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Good afternoon Sir. My instructor also attended the senior seminar and has in his notes "movements 6-12 and 24-30 should read in the manual as fast motion" instead of continuous. This is how we are now performing these movements. The breathing would correspond with the movements. so when I perform these movements my breathing is also fast. Also we are performing the kihaps on both soopyong jirugi. regards Bernadette
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Jon_Mackey

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Hmm my recollection is that the movements are continuous motion but performed fast, which means the sine wave is the same and the breathing is the same as it always was there is just an emphasis on the movements being done fast.

Im confused now :)
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G Horan

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Hi All,

The movements 6-12 & 24-30 are described as continuous in the book, however GM Choi has said they should now be performed in a fast motion (each movement has it's own breath control). This is how we practice them with Master Nicholls in our senior training sessions. Hope that helps.

Glenn.
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Jon_Mackey

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That makes sense to me!

Hope all is well Mr Horan.

Jon
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Ben Thompson

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Sir ,

I agree with Mr Horan.....

.......because........

he is my Instructor and that is how I have been taught!!!

To be perfectly honest, that way, when performing the pattern, feels correct physically and flows like poetry, as it should with reference to the meaning of the pattern.

Ben
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JBCAlaska

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This is very interesting and timely - I had just posted this question on another forum (TKD Source, as I was having web issues with this site until today), and Mr. Horan's comments are what the membership had responded with: incomplete sine wave and individual breaths imply fast motion. I am glad to have it verified in this forum as this is my ITF!

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John
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