Yellow Stripe Requirements

Minimum grade point average of B in academic work.

Recite the meanings of white and yellow belts.

Recite the name, meaning, and the number of moves of their current form and explain the application of the techniques.

Recite the Pledge of Allegiance.

Three-Step-Sparring techniques:
Position – Parallel Ready Stance

All techniques are performed with the following blocks:

a. Step back with right foot, left inward palm block in front stance
b. Step back with right foot, left inward palm block in front stance
c. Step back with right foot, left inward palm block in front stance

1. right side-kick, retract foot to right L-stance
2. step forward with right foot into front stance, double middle punch (right hand punches first), high right punch to nose, return to right L-stance
3. right low front-snap kick to groin, step into right front stance, double high punch (right hand punches first), return to right L-stance
4. create your own

Self-Defense:

a. single hand straight-across grab: (front, side and back)
b. single hand cross grab: (front, side and back)

The student must be able to proper execute his or her current form and various combinations.

The student must be able to properly perform the techniques for his or her rank:

Foot Techniques:
Front-snap kick
Side-kick
Back-kick
Rising kick
Stepping kick

Hand Techniques:
How to punch properly
Low block (low forearm block)
Inward palm block (pushing block)

Possible board breaking (special circumstances)

Miscellaneous items.

Form: Basic One
Meaning: Basic
Moves: 20

Kicking Combinations:
1. Front-snap kick, side-kick, back-kick
2. Front-snap kick, back-kick, side-kick
3. Steping side-kick, back-kick, side-kick
4. Side-kick, stepping side-kick, rising kick

Hand Combinations:
1. Low block in front stance, low block in front stance, middle punch in front stance
2. Low block in front stance, middle punch in front stance, middle punch in front stance
3. Inward palm block in front stance, low block in front stance, middle punch in front stance
4. Low block in front stance, inward palm block in front stance, middle punch in sitting stance

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