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Gyeong-Rye

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The taekwondo team Gyeong-rye

10.MAKKI = DEFENCES  
   
There are two categories of defenses: 
a. Most of them aim to redirect the attacks.
b. Some have the intention to stop or slow down the attack. Blockings/defenses  with the arms are called Makki. Whereas defenses with the legs are named differently.
   
Hand-/arm defences can be performed with:    An Palmok, Bakat Palmok, Sonnal and Batangson. 
   
There are several directions:
An Makki    Inward blocking
Bakat Makki Outward blocking
Yeop Makki Blocking sideways, performed as An Makki or Bakat Makki.
   
Examples:  
   
Bakat Palmok Arae Bakat Makki   Lower section outward blocking with the outer side of the forearm. 1
Sonnal Momtong Yeop Bakat Makki    Sideway middle section open hand blocking. 4
Bakat Palmok Momtong An Makki   Inward middle section blocking with the outside of the forearm. 1
Bakat Palmok Momtong Yeop An Makki  Sideway middle section blocking with the outside of the forearm.   
Bakat Palmok Eolgool Makki   Upward high blocking with the outside of the forearm 1
Sonnal Arae Yeop Bakat Makki  Lower section sideway blocking to the outer with knife hand 7
Geodeuro Bakat Palmok Arae Bakat Makki  Supporting lower section blocking to the outer with knife hand. 8
Geodeuro An Palmok Momtong Yeop Bakat Makki    Supporting sideway middle section blocking with the inner part of the forearm. 
An Palmok Momtong Yeop Bakat Makki    Outward sideway middle section blocking with the inner part of the forearm.   
Bakat Palmok Arae Yeop Bakat Makki  Outward sideway lower section blocking with the inner part of the forearm. 4
An Palmok Momtong Bakat Makki    Outward middle middle section block with the inner part of the forearm 14
Geodeuro An Palmok Momtong Bakat Makki   Supporting middle section inward block with the inner part of the forearm. 15
Han Sonnal Momtong Yeop An Makki Sideway inward middle section block with one knife hand. 
Han Sonnal Momtong Yeop Bakat Makki  Sideway outward middle section block with one knife hand. 3
Sonnal Arae Bakat Makki  Sideway outward lower section block with open hands. 7
   
In case a blocking is performed with the palm of the hand, in most cases it is a pushing movement.
It can be performed downward, sideways (mostly inwardly).
The name of this pushing block is Nooleo Makki, f.i.: 
   
Batangson Nooleo Makki Pushing block downward. 9
   
Apart from these, there are other defenses performed with the arm or hand consisting of double blockings. F.i., there are:
   
Keumgang Makki Diamond block: 
Keumgang Momtong Makki    Double block consisting of Eolgool Makki and An Palmok Yeop Bakat Makki. 11
Keumgang Arae Makki  Double block consisting of Eolgool Makki and Arae Makki. 10
PS Keumgang Makki can also be performed with the knifehand side: Sonnal Keumgang Makki. 16
Gawi Makki  Scissors block, consisting of An Palmok Momtong Bakat Makki en Arae Makki 7
   
  PSB. In case An Palmok Momtong Bakat Makki is performed while having the same leg in the front, it is called Bandae Gawi Makki: Reversed, it is called Baro Gawi Makki! 7
   
Hechyo Makki Wedging block, f.i.  
Bakat Palmok Momtong Hechyo Makki  Simulataneously right and left arm performing Bakat Palmok Momtang Bakat Makki. 7
An Palmok Momtong Hechyo Makki   Same but now An Palmok Momtong Bakat Makki. 10
Bakat Palmok Arae Hechyo Makki  Simultaneously left and right performing an Arae-Yeop Makki. 6
PS. Bakat Palmok Hechyo Makki cn also be performed with the knife hand, in that case it is called Sonnal Hechyo Makki.
Eotgereo Makki Cross blocking, f.i.
Arae Eotgereo Makki Defense of the lower section body with crossed forearms. 7
Eolgool Eotgereo Makki  Defense of the head by crossed forearms, 17
PS. Eotgereo Makki can also be performed with the knife hand: Sonnal Eotgereo Makki.
Santeul Makki Mountain shape Block, bv.) Chinese for Mountain is山 (= SHAN). 
Santeul Makki  Double blocking: simultaneously left and right: An Palmok Yeop Bakat Makki at Eolgool height. 10
Oesanteul Makki This is a variety of the Santeul Makki. It is a combination of An Palmok Yeop Bakat Makki (Eolgool) and Arae Yeop Makki. 
PS. Santeul Makki can also be performed with the knife hand: Sonnal Oesanteul Makki. 15
Milgi Defense that stops and pushes the attack(er), performed with both palms of the hand. F.i.:
Tong Milgi Defense of the throat 

 

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