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We Are Excited To Help You Grow Strong Together.
Please Check the Student Quick Start Guide Below:
Uniform and Belt
LeeHan has a standard uniform for all students. The Uniform must be kept neat and clean. The sleeves may not be rolled up. The uniform is required for all formal events such as tournaments and belt advancement testings.
HOW TO TIE YOUR BELT
Wrap the stripe side of the belt around your waist.
Wrap the stripe side of the belt around your waist a second time.
Lay the stripe side ﬂat against the wrapped layers. Ensure both sides of the belt are equal length.
The stripe side goes underneath both wrapped layers.
Cross the sides. Wrap the non-stripe side up and around the stripe side.
Pull both sides tight. The knot should point to the right. The stripe should be displayed on the right.
Bowing is a form of body language in Martial Arts. A bow can be used to say “hello ma'am/sir”, “good-bye ma'am/sir”, “thank you ma'am/sir”, and “you’re welcome ma'am/sir”. Bowing is also a way of showing both courtesy and acceptance. When two people bow towards each other they are showing mutual respect. Martial Artists demonstrate respect by bowing to the flags before entering or leaving the training floor, to the master, to senior belts at the beginning and the end of class, and to a martial arts partner before and after each interaction. It is a big part of martial arts to bow whenever and wherever you see each other. Over time, you will find that bowing has become a natural form of expressing the special relationship you have with your fellow martial artists.
HOW TO BOW
1. The student stands, body straight, and relaxed.
2. Both feet are together.
3. The hands should be held straight at the sides of the body.
4. Bend the head down to a 45 degree angle and bend deeply at the waist.
5. When bowing, one’s eyes look downward.
Basic Korean Terminology
Students greet when you see each other and students thank you when the class ends.
MEANING KOREAN - PRONUNCIATION
Hello Ma'am or Sir - Ahn Nyong Ha Sip Ni Ka
Thank you Ma'am or Sir - Gam Sa Hap Ni Da
Attention Stance - Cha Ryot
Bow - Gyong Neh
On your kneel - Jung Ja
Return - Ba Ro
Internal Energy - Ki Hap
Ready Stance - Jum Bi
Uniform - Do Bok
Martial Arts Academy - Do Jang
Master of Martial Arts - Sa Bum Nim
Fighting Stance - For Taekwondo and For Hapkido
How to Start and End the Class
START THE CLASS
It is the responsibility of the senior belt present to be sure class begins in a timely fashion
Senior belt calls : Line up by belt rank
Class responds : Yes sir and/or ma’am
Senior belt leads: Mental discipline and Culture education
Senior belt says : Gug Gi Ae (face the flags) - Chah Ryot (attention stance) - Gyung Neh (bow)
Senior belt says : Sah Bum Nim Gae (master) or Bo Jo Sah Bum Nim Gae (teaching assistant) - Gyung Neh (bow)
Senior belt says: Jung Ja (on your kneel)
Senior belt says:
Ten articles of mental training (for child student) Listen and Repeat
Be loyal to your country "Loyalty"
Be obedient to your parents "Obedience"
Be loving to your family "Love"
Be cooperative with others "Cooperation"
Be faithful to friends "Faithfulness"
Be respectful of Masters "Respect"
Be honest in personal affairs "Honesty"
Show concern for others "Compassion"
Never attack without reason "Mercy"
Finish what you start "Persistence"
Or student pledge (for adult students) Listen and Repeat
Students understand that the martial arts program works to improve of the whole person. Therefore, it insists on the constant interaction between the spiritual and the physical. Students will follow the high ideals of all cultures long ago such as acceptance, non-violence, respect for their peers, dedication to duty, and honor to their superiors.
Students shall maintain a good relationship with their school. Students will be loyal to the spirit of martial arts, as well as to those who are inspired by the martial arts spirit. Since Students have chosen to become a martial artist, Students are thankful to be loyal to its spirit.
Students will not criticize other students. An unwritten rule of martial arts requires that students only speak well of other students.
Students shall be very careful about making promises, but Students shall keep the ones they do make
Students shall be on time for class.
I shall react in a mature manner in every event, regardless of whether it is favorable, frustrating or disastrous, as I represent my school.
I will always act with my purpose before me I will act with sincerity and honesty.
I will endeavor to overcome any shyness I might feel in front of an audience. In this effort, I will assist my instructors in teaching beginning students whenever possible.
I will not hesitate to take necessary risks in order to develop into an ideal martial artist
l will finish what I start, to reach my goals, and set new ones.
8. Senior belt says : Two claps – Gand bow – Ba Ro (return) – Stand up
9. Class responds : Courtesy
10. Senior belt leads : Stretching
11. Seniort belt leads: Group exercise
12. Senior belt leads : Requirement practice
13. Senior belt leads : Group discussion
END THE CLASS
Senior belt calls: Line up by belt rank
Class responds: Yes sir and/or ma’am
Senior belt says: Turn around – Listen position (or stand) – Fix your uniform and belt – Stand up when you are done
Senior belt says: Gug Gi Ae (face the flags) - Chah Ryot (attention stance) – Gyung Neh (bow)
Senior belt says: Sah Bum Nim Gae (master) or Bo Jo Sah Bum Nim Gae (teaching assistant) - Gyung Neh (bow)
Senior belt says: Boo Mo Nim Gae (face parents or family members) - Gyung Neh (bow)
Senior belt says: Put your hands on your knees – Lee and Han 5 times after me – One two three - Three claps – Who is the best – Hugging time
Senior belt says: Class dismissed