Master Tae Kwon Do Instructor

Lesson Sequence Week of August 19, 1996
Week Objective: This week we begin training for competition.
Mr. Kim wants us to concentrate on speed and accuracy in sparring.
Monday and Tuesday concentrate on accuracy to target center. About
Wednesday start sparring quick moving – speedy delivery – kick and
punch. All week emphasize peechuge, front kick and side kick – with
punch.
Instructors please check all equipment and supervise so that there are
not excessive injuries.
8/19 8/20 8/21 8/22 8/23 8/24
4:00
* review basics
* front kick, peechuge, side kick in place and then down floor
* small group kick pads
* game
4:00
* review blocks down floor
* front kick, peechuge, side kick in place
* small group peechuge punch to pad
* game
4:00
* basic forms
* 2 peechuge -punch down floor
* front kick, peechuge, side kick down floor
4:00
* basic forms
* front kick, peechuge, side kick to pads
4:00
* review blocks, basics, form 1
* front kick, peechuge, side kick down floor
-add punch
* game
9:00
* review basics, blocks, and forms * front kick, peechuge, side kick
to pads
5:00
* front kick, peechuge, side kick down floor
– then with pads
* Offense – defense counters
5:00
* in body armor peechuge then add punch
*continuou attack offense-defense
5:00

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Comments on: "Ki Chung Kim Lessons August 19, 1996" (2)

  1. Keith Kelly said:

    Charles, this blog is a good idea. Now our students will be able to “hear” GrandMaster Ki Chung Kim’s own thoughts and beliefs. When a number of us tested for black belt in 1980 we were required to also read “The Making of A Martial Artist” by Sang Kyu Shim. I still refer to that book to this day.

  2. Pedro Cesar said:

    I greatly miss Master Kim´s profound words and wisdom.
    I was part of the last generation of Black Belts tested by Master Kim, and am proud to be part of such a family.
    Today I have a taekwondo school in Portugal with about 60 students and I teach the same words and wisdom that I was taught 20 yrs ago by Master Kim. Master Kim still lives in my Taekwondo and of my students.

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