Breaking requirements for promotion to 7th Geup
High Yellow Belt:
promotion to 7th Geup High Yellow Belt, testing candidates are required to perform several breaks consisting of a combination of both hand and foot, attacks
and blocks, while using
both the right and left sides. The candidate will be required to perform both power breaks and technique breaks. These breaks will be selected from those suggested to the test board by the testing candidate from the list below, and/or
will be breaks specified by the test board.
The student may choose any two (2) techniques from the list below as suggestions for their breaks
at testing. These choices must include one (1) power foot break, and one (1) power hand break.
The test board has the prerogative to choose alternative breaks for the testing candidate from among any of the breaking
requirements for 8th Geup Low Yellow Belt and below. Therefore, it is
possible that the testing candidate may perform more than two (2) breaks – which may also include replacement breaks other than those suggested to the test board.
The testing candidate must choose techniques from those
that they are most familiar with. Additionally, they should completely understand the correct execution
of those techniques. Therefore, the techniques to be suggested to the test board will consist of the punches,
blocks, thrusts, strikes and kicks learned for their promotion to 8th Geup Low Yellow Belt. These
techniques will be executed from the specific stances in patterns or kicking instruction from which they were learned.
Depending on the type of technique and the form of its execution, a particular break can
be considered a Power break or a Technique break (for options for a particular technique,
please discuss with your instructor). For promotion to 7th Geup High Yellow Belt, the
possible choices for techniques to be suggested to the test board are:
Side Front Kick (lead
leg, rear leg, lead leg in a stepping motion) - Power
Side Piercing Kick (lead leg, rear leg, lead leg in a stepping motion) - Power
Turning Kick (rear leg) – Power/Technique
Walking Stance middle Front Punch with the Forefist (reverse) - Power
L-Stance middle Guarding
Block with the Outer Forearm – Power
L-Stance middle Side Block with an Inner Forearm (reverse - outward) – Power/Technique
or alternative breaks requested BY the test board may include ANY breaking requirement listed for 8th Geup Low Yellow Belt. They may also include breaks with other techniques listed as requirements for promotion to 9th Geup High White Belt that the testing candidate has not chosen.
is also expected that skill will increase as the testing candidate matures in size and/or rank. Therefore,
it is assumed that techniques chosen by the test board from previous rank breaking requirements would most likely involve
an increase in the number of boards.
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