Patterns (Tul)

Patterns are a series of defending and attacking movements performed against imaginary opponents in a set pattern. Through the practice of patterns, students come to learn the applications of various techniques of Tae kwon do. Patterns serve a multi-dimensional role, aiding in development and refinement of co-ordination, balance, timing, breath control and rhythm, all of which are essential skills to the Tae kwon do student.

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Chon-Ji Tul (19 movements)

Dan-Gun Tul (21 movements)

Do-San Tul (24 movements)

Won-Hyo Tul (28 movements)

Yul-Gok Tul (38 movements)

Joong-Gun Tul (32 movements)

Toi-Gye Tul (37 movements)

Hwa-Rang Tul (29 movements)

Choong-Moo Tul (30 movements)

Black Belt Meanings

Theory Handouts

These handout sheets will help the student understand Tae Kwon Do as a martial art.

Click here for the theory handout sheets.

The handouts have been divided into colour belt categories, the handouts cover everything from being a white belt through to black belt, you as student will need to revise theory practice for the relevant grade that you are going for, i.e. if you were an orange belt going for a promotion to yellow belt you would need to revise the page headed yellow belt.

NOTE FOR TIGER MEMBERS All questions marked with an * are not to be studied by "Tae Kwon Do Tiger" students.

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