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This Manual Belongs to,Student Number,Mercia Tang Soo Do 4. Mercia Tang Soo Do History 4,ITO and Grandmaster Giacobbe 5. Tang Soo Do 6,Development in Early Years 6,Medieval Development 6. Modern History 7,Five Codes of Tang Soo Do 7,Seven Tenets of Tang Soo Do 8. Philosophy of the Belt System 8,Class Structure 8,Etiquette 8.
Entering the Do Jang 8,Before Class 9,Start of Class 9. End of Class 10,Outside of class 10,Uniform 10,General Rules 10. Responsibilities of Cho Dan Bo Members 10,How to Tie a Belt 11. Meaning of the Korean Flag 12,Grading Requirements 13. Terminology 19,Numbers 19,Commands in Class 19,Basic Kick Techniques 20.
Basic Stances 20,Basic Hand Techniques 21,Body Parts 21. General Terminology 22,Grade Promotion Record 23,Belt and Form Chart 24. Mercia Tang Soo Do Links and Contact Details 26,Associated Links 26. Welcome to Mercia Tang Soo Do, Thank you for choosing to join us to learn martial arts In this student. manual you will find all the information you need to begin your. journey it will help you to start to understand some of what goes on. in martial arts and a brief insight to Tang Soo Do. I Hope you enjoy training with us,Master Martyn Hubbard.
Chief Instructor,Mercia Tang Soo Do, Mercia Tang Soo Do prides itself on teaching traditional Tang Soo Do in a family friendly. environment As with any good martial arts club our students learn a variety of life skills. including discipline fitness and respect,Mercia Tang Soo Do History. Mercia Tang Soo Do began its life in September 2006 as Coventry North East Tang Soo Do. It was part of the World Tang Soo Do Association It remained there until December 2013 when. it became an Independent Club In January 2015 we forged an alliance with the ITO. Association which was formed by Grand Master Giacobbe who is an internationally recognized. 9th Degree Black Belt,ITO and Grandmaster Giacobbe. A direct student of Grandmaster Jae Chul Shin Grandmaster. Giacobbe 9th Dan began his training in Tang Soo Do in 1968 For. several years he also received special training from Grandmaster H. C Hwang son of the founder of Tang Soo Do and Grandmaster C S. Kim founder of the International Tang Soo Do Federation. During the late 60 s and early 70 s Grandmaster Giacobbe was a well. known top tournament competitor on the East Coast, In 1977 he travelled to Korea in order to refine his art and undertake the study of the ancient. techniques of mind power derived from internal Chi energy The skills he developed through. meditation and special breathing exercises have not only set him apart as a martial artist but. also landed him on numerous television programs such as That s Incredible Evening. Magazine Good Morning America CNN Entertainment Tonight and Sally Jessie Raphael. His trademark feat performed for the Guinness Book of World Records consists of hanging. two buckets of water onto sharpened motorcycle spokes inserted in his arms while holding a. suspended weight with his teeth all the time standing on two knife blades A video of this. performance can be seen below, Grandmaster Giacobbe has been passionate about sports from a young age He is nationally.
recognized as an expert in physical fitness weight training flexibility enhancement and. exercise program development In 1980 he began training members of the Philadelphia. Eagles to improve their performance In 1987 Coach Buddy Ryan assigned the entire. Philadelphia Eagle defense to train with him off season He has personally trained NFL stars. Reggie White and Mike Quick, In boxing he has been a special physical trainer in 15 World Championship bouts working. with Evander Holyfield Pernell Whitaker and Sugar Ray Leonard. Grandmaster Giacobbe has appeared on the covers of six martial arts magazines including. Black Belt Magazine and Karate Kung Fu Illustrated In 1985 he won a Gold Medal in Japan. at the World Super People festival amazing the Japanese judges by standing on authentic. razor sharp Japanese Samurai swords without getting cut. The Governor of New Jersey honoured him for his Juvenile Offender Program where troubled. kids were put into martial arts training and all them had positive results. In 1983 he was presented the Excalibur Award from the American Cancer Society for his. donation of over 500 000 00 from the Fight for Cancer National Karate Championships which. he sponsors annually in Atlantic City, In 2000 he was inducted into Black Belt Magazine Hall of Fame. Grandmaster Giacobbe is president of the Intercontinental Tang Soo Do Organization through. which he conducts seminars around the world on the traditional teachings of Tang Soo Do. karate philosophy power meditation Chi Breathing exercises and the Taoist meditation for. Tang Soo Do, The exact origin of Tang Soo Do as well as all other martial arts is obscure although there. are a number of historical theories The most traditional view is that martial arts did not originate. in any one country but evolved in all parts of the globe as a method of self defence that was. needed by primitive people,Development in Early Years. The ancestral art of Korean Tang Soo Do can be traced back to. the period when Korea was divided into three kingdoms. Koguryo was founded in 37 BC in northern Korea The Silla. Dynasty was founded in 57 BC in the southeast peninsula The. third kingdom Paekche was founded in 18 BC, Finally after a long series of wars the Silla Dynasty united the.
three kingdoms in 668 AD During this period the primitive. martial arts were very popular as a method of self defence in. warfare This is evidence in the many mural paintings ruins and. remains which depict Tang Soo Do in those days, Among the three kingdoms the Silla Dynasty was most famous. for its development of martial arts A corps composed of a group. of young aristocrats who were called Hwa Rang Dan was the. major force behind the development of the art These warriors. were instrumental in unifying the Korean peninsula under the new Silla Dynasty 668 AD 935. AD Many of the early leaders of that dynasty were originally members of the Hwa Rang Dan. Most Korean martial arts trace their spiritual and technical heritage to this group In fact the. names of some martial arts such as Hwa Rang Do or Hwa Soo Do still reflect this origination. Medieval Development, The United Silla Kingdom was ultimately overthrown by a warlord. Wang Kun in 918 AD The new Kingdom Koryo lasted for 475. years 918 AD 1392 AD In 1392 the Yi Dynasty successes the. Koryo Kingdom The Yi Dynasty remained intact for 500 years. During the 1000 year period of the Koryo Kingdom and the Yi. Dynasty what we today know as Tang Soo Do was increasingly. popular with the military More importantly however the art also. became very popular with the general public During this period. Tang Soo Do was referred to as Kwon Bop Tae Kyun Soo Bahk. Tang Soo and others, The first complete martial arts book was written at this time This. most important book is called Mooyae Dobo Tangji It was. written in 1790 and contained illustrations that substantiated the. theory that Tang Soo Do formally called Soo Bahk Ki had quickly developed into a very. sophisticated art of combat techniques,Modern History. The occupation of Korea by the Japanese military regime took place from. 1909 to 1945 During this period practicing and teaching of any martial arts. was restricted in Korea After World War II in 1945 this restriction was lifted. Several martial arts training schools were soon erected. School Founders,Moon Duk Kwan Hwang Kee,Chi Do Kwan Kwai Byung Yun.
Chung Do Kwan Kuk Sung Son,Song Moo Kwan Byung Jik No. Chang Moo Kwan Nam Suk Lee,Yun Moo Kwan Sang Sup Chun. These founders started to organize their own groups respectively and Master Hwang Kee. organized the Korean Soo Bahk Do Association in November 9 1945 In addition to the Soo. Bahk Do Association in Korea there were various other types of martial arts call Kong Soo. or Tae Soo In 1965 all of these various systems united into one organization called the. Korean Tae Kwon Do Association The art was uniformly called Tae Kwon Do. As a Korean national sport Tae Kwon Do initiated a new era Instructors were dispatched. throughout the world and international tournaments were held In those days Tang Soo Do. and Tae Kwon Do were divided in priciple with Tang Soo Do striving to remain as a traditional. martial art while Tae Kwon Do held its world games and sports Self discipline and fitness are. key aspects to our teaching,Five Codes of Tang Soo Do. The Five Codes are a part of our Tang Soo Do heritage which was written by a monk called. Won Kwang Won Kwang was a renowned Buddhist monk scholar and teacher of the Silla. Kingdom during the reign of King Jinpyeong, The five codes of Tang Soo Do apply to all members and are meant to guide the students. throughout their training and private lives All Members are required to memorise them and. fully understand the meaning of the codes,Loyalty to country.
Obedience to parents,Honour friendship,No retreat in battle. In fighting choose with sense and honour,Seven Tenets of Tang Soo Do. The seven tenets of Tang Soo Do apply to all members and are meant to guide the Tang Soo. Do Practitioner All Members are required to memorise them and fully understand the meaning. of the tenets,Concentration,Perseverance,Respect Obedience. Self Control,Indomitable Spirit,Philosophy of the Belt System. Our Tang Soo Do Gup belt system in its progress from white to black represents the cycle of. the seasons Each colour stands for a specific stage of achievement In this way we realize. an essential concept of oriental philosophy i e that which is born must grow reach maturity. die and leave behind seeds of a new birth,Class Structure.
Generally students are expected to arrive at the Do Jang approximately 15 minutes before the. start of class so that all students can start warming up and stretching together. After the warm up the class are lined up and we salute the flags and the instructor as a sign of. respect and gratitude, The lessons are never the same but we do start by practising basic kicks and hand techniques. to help warm up to prepare for training, What do we mean by etiquette Etiquette describes how we conduct ourselves in and out of. the Do Jang whether we are being watched by others or not It extends from within the Do Jang. to outside into our everyday lives To help students improve themselves we have a set of basic. codes to establish good etiquette,Entering the Do Jang. When entering the Do Jang we Bow and say Tang Soo This is an acknowledgement that we. are about to train show respect to others within the hall and the hall itself Unless the hall is. clean and in good order then we are unable to train without the risk of injury so it is the. responsibility of everyone to ensure that the floor is clean and equipment being used is in good. order In helping to sweep the floor and look after equipment we learn humility and how not to. put ourselves above others, After you have entered the Do Jang you should now approach your instructor and bow. If you are in the hall when the instructor enters then a student will call cha ryut Sah Bum Nim. E kyung Yet Attention Bow to instructor,Before Class.
If you are unable to attend a class then you must inform your instructor so that they are aware. not to expect you If you have forgotten any of your equipment then let your instructor now. before the start of class, Before the class fully begins everyone must stretch and warm up You can do this individual. but once circle off is called then you can join in and stretch and warm up as a group At some. point you may be asked to take the warm up You should always show the person taking the. warm up the same respect as you would your instructor. Start of Class, To start the class all of the students must line up in rank order Then the following commands. are called out,Korean English,Cha Ryut Attention,Kukgi Bae Rye Salute the Flag. Ba Ro Return,Muk Yum Meditation,Ba Ro Return,Sah Bum Nim E Bow to instructor. The class will now begin but throughout the class you should treat all instructors and students. with respect just as you would like to be treated yourself Your instructor will allow you from. time to time to have a small break by calling out shio at which point you will say back Ko. Map Sum Ni Da Sah Bum Nim which means Thank You Instructor. At any point during the class if you need to adjust your Do Bohk you should bow turn around. adjust your Do Bohk turn back bow and then continue with the training. As martial artists we often bow in different situations or to various people Bowing is a simple. act which can mean different things in the context of where it is done and who it is done by. For instance a student may bow to say thank you for helping me and in the same situation the. instructor may reply with a bow to say you re welcome or even thank you for listening. During grading s if asked to approach the panel the student should bow to the panel and stand. in choon be Before returning to their position in the line they should bow to the panel and then. join back in,End of Class, To finish the class all of the students will line up in rank order Then the.
4 Welcome Welcome to Mercia Tang Soo Do Thank you for choosing to join us to learn martial arts In this student manual you will find all the information you need to begin your

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