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Gyeong-Rye

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Het taekwondo-team Gyeong-rye

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The taekwondo team Gyeong-rye

11.Chagi = Kicking  
   
Chagi stands for all attacks with the foot. For the attack several parts of the foot can be used: Apchook,Dwichook, Dwikumchi, Balnal, Baldeung en Balbadak. 
The direction of the kick is an important feature:
   
Ap Chagi Front kick. Several varieties:  
Apchook Ap Chagi   Front kick with the bal of the foot. 1
Dwichook Ap Chagi Front kick with the bottom of the heel. 
Baldeung Ap Chagi  Front kick with the instep. 
Dollyeo Chagi Turning kick or circling kick:
Apchook Dollyeo Chagi  Turning kick with the bal of the foot 6
Baldeung Dollyeo Chagi  Turning kick with the instep. 
Bandal Chagi “Half moon” kick This is an in between kick: Ap Chagi and Dollyeo Chagi (45 degrees Dollyeo) 
Yeop Chagi Sidekick The most common one is: 
Balnal Yeop Chagi  Sidekick with the knife hand side of the foot. 4
Naeryo Chagi Ax kick.  There are 2 possibilities:  
Dwikumchi Naeryo Chagi Ax kick, using the back of the heel (Achilles heel)   
Balbadak Naeryo Chagi  Ax kick, using the sole of the foot. 
   
  PS. 1 Bij Naeryo Chagi: 2 varieties can be defined: An Naeryo Chagi = ax kick from the outer to the inner. Bakat Naeryo Chagi: reverse direction.
   
PS. 2 A synonym for Naeryo Chagi is Ojikeo Chagi = ”Heel” kick.   
   
Dwit Chagi Backkick: 
Dwichook Dwit Chagi Backkick with the back part of the sole of the foot. 
Balnal Dwit Chagi Backkick with the knife hand side of the foot. 
Bandae Dollyeo Chagi Reversed turnung kick.    
  This kick is more or less the reverse Dollyeo Chagi, There are 2 varieties:
   
Dwikumchi Bandae Dollyeo Chagi   Reversed turning kick using the using the back of the heel (Achilles heel)    
Balbadak Bandae Dollyeo Chagi  Reversed turning using the back part of the sole of the foot      
   
Hooryeo Chagi “Whipping” kick; Almost the same as Bandae Dollyeo Chagi
Nooleo Chagi “Pushing” kick. This kick is only performed to attack the lower legs. There are 2 possibilities:
Balnal Bakat Nooleo Chagi     Using the knife hand side of the foot      
Balbadak An Nooleo Chagi Using the sole of the foot.  
  PS. Here is another type of pushing kick: Mileo Chagi (=Dwithook Chagi), this one is manly used to attack the middle section of the body.      
   
Pyojeok Chagi “Target” kick. Like Dollyeo Chagi this is a kick from the outer to the inner. The difference however is that the attacking foot leaves the ground and immediately attacks instead of being withdrawn/lifted to perform the movement. The leg starts and ends in a slight bended position. There is only one possibility: 
Balbadak Pyojeok Chagi   Target kick with the sole of the foot.
Biteuro Chagi =      “Twisting” kick. This kick follows the reverse direction of Balnal Chagi, that is to say from the inner to the outer. We can distinguish:
Apchook Biteuro Chagi  Twisting kick performed with the bal of the foot 
Baldeung Biteuro Chagi   Twisting kick performed with the step in of the foot
Balnal Biteuro Chagi  Twisting kick performed with the knife hand side of the foot
Momdollyeo Chagi All kicks, where one turns the body through the back.
There are three possibilities:
Momdollyeo Yeop Chagi  All kicks while spinning the body fully (towards the backside) 12
Momdollyeo Bandae Dollyeo Chagi    Reversed turning kick, while spinning the body (pivoting on one leg)     
Momdollyeo Dwit Chagi    Backkick while spinning the body (pivoting on one leg)        
Twieo Chagi All jumping kicks: 
  Twieo Ap Chagi 8
  Twieo Yeop Chagi 17
  Twieo Dollyeo Chagi 
  Twieo Momdollyeo Chagi 
  Twieo Momdollyeo Bandae Dollyeo Chagi 
  Twieo Momdollyeo Dwit Chagi 
Twieo Doobal Ap Chagi   Two kicks Ap Chagi, performed simultaneously with right as well as the left foot. 
Doobaldangsan 8 Performing two different kicks while jumping
F.i. Left leg - Twieo Ap Chagi / Right leg -Twieo Dollyeo Chagi

 

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