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BTC Info Centre - Taekwondo - Stances

Attention Stance

Attention stance is used prior to bowing and the commencement of some black belt patterns such as Geumgang or Pyonwon. 

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Ready Stance

[wpaudio url=”https://www.brisbanemartialarts.com.au/blog/wp-content/audio/parallelstance.mp3″ text=”Nah-arn-e soggy” dl=”0″] Ready stance also known as parallel stance is used as in the “ready”

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Tiger Stance

[wpaudio url=”https://www.brisbanemartialarts.com.au/blog/wp-content/audio/tigerstance.mp3″ text=”Bomb-soggy” dl=”0″] Tiger stance is a traditional Taekwondo stance which first appears in Taegeuk Seven. 

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Horse Stance

[wpaudio url=”https://www.brisbanemartialarts.com.au/blog/wp-content/audio/horsestance.mp3″ text=”Jew-chum-soggy” dl=”0″] Horse stance is one of the basic stances all beginners learn, and is also found in

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Walking Stance

[wpaudio url=”https://www.brisbanemartialarts.com.au/blog/wp-content/audio/walkingstance.mp3″ text=”Up-soggi” dl=”0″] Walking stance otherwise known as short stance is the predominant stance in the first three

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Front Stance

  Front stance:  [wpaudio url=”https://www.brisbanemartialarts.com.au/blog/wp-content/audio/frontstance.mp3″ text=”Up-koob-e” dl=”0″] Front stance, also known as forward or long stance is a dominate stance in

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Back Stance

  Back stance:  [wpaudio url=”https://www.brisbanemartialarts.com.au/blog/wp-content/audio/backstance.mp3″ text=”Dwit-koob-e” dl=”0″] Back stance is found in many patterns starting with Taegeuk Three (Sam Jang). 

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