Here is our new Forms Training Homework!

 

Below are Microsoft PowerPoint files with pictures of each move of the form.  However, the pictures are all mixed up!  Your goal is to rearrange the pictures into the proper order.  But here is the catch.  You CANNOT look at other sources for the right answer.  Don’t watch our videos.  Don’t look it up on YouTube.  Do your best, using your experience in hyung training, to put the pictures in order.

Sounds impossible?  Don’t worry.  I don’t expect you to get the “right” answer.  In fact, I would be amazed if you did get it right.  The point of this exercise is not getting the right structure.  The point is to open your mind – think about what you know about hyung.  Think about what you have done before and see what you can come up with.  It will better prepare you for when we show you the “right” answer in class.

How do you show us your answer?  Simple.  You can download the files, rearrange the pictures and email it back to us.  Or you can write out a description of what you think the form should look like.  Or you can take a video of yourself trying to do the form as you think it should look!  Any of those are fine.  Just email them back to us before you come to your first class where we are teaching the form!  If you do that, you will win a Get Out of Warm-up Exercise prize!  That means once during a rotation (the cycle between tests), you can choose any warm-up exercise to skip.  Don’t like doing Tang Soo Do jumping jacks?  Use your prize!  Hate push-ups?  Use your prize!  Skip the plank?  Use your prize!

 

Pyung Ahn Cho Dan

Pyung Ahn Cho Dan (shuffled)

 

Bassai

Because Bassai is such a long form, we split it into 4 sections.  Don’t worry about putting each section together.  Try your best within each section.  If it helps, the Sections are in order – Section 1, 2, 3 and 4.  It’s not like the moves in Section 4 come first.

Bassai Section 1 (shuffled)

Bassai Section 2 (shuffled)

Bassai Section 3 (shuffled)

Bassai Section 4 (shuffled)