In Jhoon Rhee-style taekwondo, Kyu-Yool is the "discipline form," meaning this is the form you're assigned to do if you're late to class or perform some other serious breech of dojang etiquette.

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Martial Arts - Kyu Yool Form

  1. Bring both hands up to an open hand X-block, with your left hand in front, saying “One sir.”
  2. Drop down to a push up position stance (but don’t go down), or what some places call the “plank” stance, saying “Two sir.”
  3. Do one complete push up, saying “Three sir.” On this and all of the others, make sure your elbows get as close to 90 degrees as possible.
  4. Do one complete push up, “Four sir.”
  5. Do one complete push up, saying “Five sir.”
  6. Do one complete push up, saying “Six sir.”
  7. Do one complete push up, “Seven sir.”
  8. Jump back to a standing position, feet together with an open hand X-block, saying “Eight sir.”
  9. CHARIO position, saying “Nine sir.”
  10. Bow (Kyung Ye position), with eyes straight ahead, saying “Thank you sir” or “Ten sir”

Jhoon Rhee Forms Edit

The following forms (hyeong) are used in Jhoon Rhee Taekwondo:

  • Beginner forms (White Belt)
    • Kamsah - Appreciation Form
    • Kyu-Yool - Discipline Form (a drill you must perform if you are late to class, etc.)
  • Color Belt forms
  • Black Belt forms
    • Jhoon Rhee taekwondo uses ITF Forms for Black Belt (dan) grades.

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