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Do San Meaning

Do-San Tul - 24 Movements
Do-San is the pseudonym of the patriot Ahn Chang-Ho (1876-1938). The 24 movements represent his entire life which he devoted to furthering the education of Korea and its independence movement.

Introduced Techniques

Do San
Sitting stance knife-hand middle side strike
Walking stance outer forearm high wedging block
Walking stance outer forearm high side block
Walking stance straight fingertip middle thrust
Walking stance back fist high side strike
Walking stance stationery reverse middle front punch
Spot turning

Step by Step

DO-SAN

Movements - 24

Ready Posture - PARALLEL READY STANCE                                  

  1. Move the left foot to B, forming a left walking stance toward B while executing a high side block to B with the left outer forearm.
  2. Execute a right middle punch to B, maintaining a left walking stance toward B.
  3. Move the left foot on line AB, and turn clockwise to form a right walking stance toward A while executing a high side block to A with the right outer forearm.
  4. Execute a left middle punch to A, maintaining a right walking stance toward A.
  5. Move the left foot to D to form a right L-stance, execute a middle knife-hand guarding block to D.
  6. Move the right foot to D forming a right walking stance toward D while executing a middle thrust to D with the right straight fingertip.
  7. Twist the right knife-hand with the body anti-clockwise until the palm faces downward and move the left foot to D, turning anti-clockwise to form a left walking stance toward D while executing a high side strike to D with the left back fist.
  8. Move the right foot to D forming a right walking stance toward D while executing a high side strike to D with the right back fist.
  9. Move the left foot to E, turning anti-clockwise to form a left walking stance toward E while executing a high side block to E with the left outer forearm.
  10. Execute a middle punch to E with the right fist while maintaining a left walking stance toward E.
  11. Move the left foot on line EF, and turn clockwise to form a right walking stance to F, executing a high side block to F with the right outer forearm.
  1. Execute a middle punch to F with the left fist while maintaining a right walking stance toward F.
  2. Move the left foot to CE forming a left walking stance toward CE while executing a high wedging block to CE with the outer forearm.
  3. Execute a middle front snap kick to CE with the right foot, keeping the hands in the same position.
  4. Lower the right foot to CE forming a right walking stance toward CE while executing a middle punch to CE with the right fist.
  5. Execute a middle punch to CE with the left fist while maintaining a right walking stance toward CE.

Perform 15 and 16 in a fast motion.

  1. Move the right foot to CF forming a right walking stance toward CF while executing a high wedging block to CF with the outer forearm.
  2. Execute a middle front snap kick to CF with the left foot, keeping the hands in the same position.
  3. Lower the left foot to CF forming a left walking stance toward CF while executing a middle punch to CF with the left fist.
  4. Execute a middle punch to CF with the right fist while maintaining a left walking stance toward CF.

Perform 19 and 20 in a fast motion.

  1. Move the left foot to C forming a left walking stance to C and execute a left forearm rising block.
  2. Move the right foot to C forming a right walking stance to C and execute a right forearm rising block.
  3. Move the left foot to B, turning anti-clockwise to form a sitting stance toward D while executing a middle side strike to B with the left knife-hand.
  4. Bring the left foot to the right foot and then move the right foot to A forming a sitting stance toward D while executing a middle side strike to A with the right knife-hand.

END: Bring the right foot back to a ready posture.

Do San Tul

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