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taekwondo preschool Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi ) Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi )

Two Fist Ready Stance

( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi )

 

 

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Difficulty Level:  Beginner Level      Technique: Stance ( 서기 sogi )

This stance has both hands making a fist on the side of the waist. The center of gravity is evenly distributed to both legs. Keep both legs straight and toes pointing straight forward. From this stance you are awaiting further instructions. Most commonly used in demonstration activities. This is a form of Ready Posture ( junbi-jase 준비자세 ).

A competitor's 'presence' on the mat must be as credible as his/her technique. Self belief, confidence in abilities, and intention to perform to a personal best are tangible virtues considered indispensable in taekwondo practitioners.

Learn other taekwondo stances on the Stance ( 서기 sogi ) Section »

Key Points for Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi )

50% Left Leg (Weight Distribution)
50% Right Leg (Weight Distribution)
  • has both hands making a fist on the side of the waist
  • keep both legs straight and toes pointing straight forward
  • distribute 50/50 weight ratio on the left and right legs
  • this stance you are awaiting further instructions
  • most commonly used in demonstration activities
10% Difficulty

 

 

 

 

Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi )

Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi ) Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi ) Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi )

Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi ) Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi ) Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi )

Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi ) Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi ) Two Fist Ready Stance ( 두주먹허리준비 Dujumeok heori junbi )

 

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