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A coaching session on 3rd dan pattern Choi-Yong Tul by multi-World Champion and Expert Coach Mark Trotter.

Choi-Yong Side Kick

Mr Mark Trotter explains the importance of a high loading position of the knee for the side piercing kick. Often people start the kick with the knee low, making it difficult to perform the kick [...]

Nowhere in the Rules

Nowhere in the rules does it say you have to spin fast and kick. Mark Trotters advice is to turn slowly, look and then kick. Keep your balance and concentrate on not over-spinning and losing [...]

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ABOUT THIS VIDEO

ABOUT THIS VIDEO

This video is a casual coaching session between Mark Trotter and Melissa Timperley on the pattern Choi-Yong tul.

Choi-Yong is learnt at 3rd degree black belt level, and this video gives many insights into how to better perform this pattern.

Much of the valuable information in this coaching session involve hints on how to perform the movements better, and are useful even if you are not yet at 3rd dan level. A lot of the information relates to how to better perform the kicks such as reverse hooking kick and side piercing kick.

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

  • Getting speed into the circular block
  • Ensuring correct stances
  • Positioning of the supporting foot under the hip when kicking
  • Timing and positioning of the body for better balance with kicks
  • Kicking "from the floor" for more power
  • A special after session segment on side kicks
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  • Mr Mark Trotter World Champion & Expert Coach

    Mark Trotter is the current ITF World Champion in 4th-6th degree Men’s Patterns. He is a 9x ITF World Champion, 4x World Cup Champion, Pan American Champion 2016, Asia Champion 2010 and 6 x Oceania Champion. He is also former Vice World Champion in -54kg sparring.

    He is the longest standing member of the New Zealand Taekwon-Do team and when he is not coaching Taekwon-Do or representing NZ overseas he can be found working on well-known blockbuster films as an elite stunt performer.

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