Ch'ang Hon Taekwon-Do

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Practice Level
This pattern is practiced by the 10th Geup White Belt
in preparation for their testing for 9th Geup High White Belt

Pattern Exercise Four-Direction Punch
Practiced alternately in both a clockwise and counter-clockwise version.
There are 7 moves in each version.

Korean Pronunciation:

  Sa-ju Jji-reu-gi

 

Pattern Diagram

 

SajuJirugi

Right Four-Direction Punch

Step-by-Step Description of Movements:

The fundamental pattern exercise begins when the instructor commands the student to come to attention (cha-ryeot).  When given this command, assume an Attention Stance on the X on the AB line, facing D.  This is followed by the instructor stating the fundamental pattern exercise that the student will perform (o-reun Sa-ju Jji-reu-gi).

On the command to assume the ready position (jun-bi), move the left foot to B to form a Parallel Ready Stance toward D.  Remain in this parallel ready stance toward D until given the command to begin the fundamental pattern exercise. 

When the command to begin the exercise is given (si-jak), perform the following individual movements in sequence.  The exercise should be performed according to the guidelines listed in the section on essential points in performing patterns.

1.   Move the right foot forward to D to form a right walking stance toward D, while executing  
            (full facing) a middle front punch to D with the right forefist.

2.   Pull the right foot toward the left foot.  Then, while pivoting on the ball of the left foot and turning 
            counterclockwise, move the right foot backward to A to form a left walking stance toward B,
            while executing (half facing) a low block to B with the left outer forearm.

3.   Move the right foot forward to B to form a right walking stance toward B, while executing  
            (full facing) a middle front punch to B with the right forefist.

4.   Pull the right foot toward the left foot.  Then, while pivoting on the ball of the left foot and turning
            counterclockwise, move the right foot backward to D to form a left walking stance toward C,
            while executing (half facing) a low block to C with the left outer forearm.

5.   Move the right foot forward to C to form a right walking stance toward C, while executing 
            (full facing) a middle front punch to C with the right forefist.

6.   Pull the right foot toward the left foot.  Then, while pivoting on the ball of the left foot and turning 
            counterclockwise, move the right foot backward to B to form a left walking stance toward A,
            while executing (half facing) a low block to A with the left outer forearm.

7.   Move the right foot forward to A to form a right walking stance toward A, while executing 
            (full facing) a middle front punch to A with the right forefist.

After completing the last movement, remain in the position of this last move until given
the command to return to the ready position (ba-ro).

END: 
When the command to return to the ready position (ba-ro) is given, bring the right foot toward the 
left foot to form a parallel ready stance toward D.  Remain in this stance until given the at-ease command (swi-eot).
 
 





Left Four-Direction Punch

Step-by-Step Description of Movements: 

The
fundamental pattern exercise begins when the instructor commands the student to come to attention (cha-ryeot).  When given this command, assume an Attention Stance on the X on the AB line, facing D.  This is followed by the instructor stating the fundamental pattern exercise that the student will perform (oen Sa-ju Ji-reu-gi).

On the command to assume the ready position (jun-bi), move the left foot to B to form a  Parallel Ready Stance toward D.  Remain in this parallel ready stance toward D until given the command to begin the fundamental pattern exercise.

When the command to begin the exercise is given (si-jak), perform the following individual movements in sequence.  The exercise should be performed according to the guidelines listed in the section on essential points in performing patterns.


1.   Move the left foot forward to D to form a left walking stance toward D, while executing 
             (full facing) a middle front punch to D with the left forefist.

2.   Pull the left foot toward the right foot.  Then, while pivoting on the ball of the right foot and turning
             clockwise, move the left foot backward to B to form a right walking stance toward A, 
             while executing (half facing) a low block to A with the right outer forearm.

3.   Move the left foot forward to A to form a left walking stance toward A, while executing 
             (full facing) a middle front punch to A with the left forefist.

4.   Pull the left foot toward the right foot.  Then, while pivoting on the ball of the right foot and 
             turning clockwise, move the left foot backward to D to form a right walking stance toward C,
             while executing (half facing) a low block to C with the right outer forearm.

5.   Move the left foot forward to C to form a left walking stance toward C, while executing 
             (full facing) a middle front punch to C with the left forefist.

6.   Pull the left foot toward the right foot.  Then, while pivoting on the ball of the right foot and 
             turning clockwise, move the left foot backward to A to form a right walking stance toward B,
              while executing (half facing) a low block to B with the right outer forearm.

7.   Move the left foot forward to B to form a left walking stance toward B, while executing  
             (full facing) a middle front punch to B with the left forefist.




After completing the last movement, remain in the position of this last move until given
the command to return to the ready position (ba-ro).

END: 
When the command to return to the ready position (ba-ro) is given, bring the left foot toward the
right foot to form a parallel ready stance toward D.  Remain in this stance until given the at-ease command (swi-eot).



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