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Gyeong-Rye

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M.i.v. 29.09.2010 is er geen publiek toegestaan i.v.m. verscherpte regels Corona-virus van het RIVM, gemeente Den Haag/Voorburg/L’dam en NOC/NSF.
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Het taekwondo-team Gyeong-rye

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As of 29.09.2010 no public is allowed due to stricter rules for the Corona virus of the RIVM, the municipality of The Hague / Voorburg / L’dam and NOC / NSF.
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The taekwondo team Gyeong-rye

12 DEFENSE WITH THE FEET        
Apcha Olligi Front swing with a streched leg; the defense is made by the bal of the foot.
Yeopcha Olligi Sideway swing; the defense is made by Balnal.
Pyojeok Chagi “Target” kick; the defense is made by Balbadak
   
Kolchyeo Chagi Outward “Hook” kick; the defense is performed with Balnal or Baldeung.
In fact is is the reverse movement of Pyojeok Chagi.
(Kolchyeo Chagi looks similar to Biteuro Chagi. However the leg is fully stretched while performing the  Kolchyeo Chagi, whereas Biteuro Chagi requires the leg to be pulled before stretching it fully.
   
Cha Mumchugi All kicks that have the intention to stop the attack without attacking the attacker. 
  There are f.i.
Apcha Mumchugi Using the Ap Chagi to stop an attack 
Yeopcha Mumchugi Using the Yeop Chagi to stop an attack
Nooleo Mumchugi Using the Nooleo Chagi to stop an attack
Mooreup Makki Defense by using the knee or the upper part of the, both by lifting teh knee.

 

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