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ITF PATTERN 7: TOI-GYE (Toi-Gye Tul)

ITF PATTERN 7: TOI-GYE (Toi-Gye Tul)

 

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Taekwon-Do is a practical art; hence it can be learnt only from an instructor. Words, diagrams and videos can help only as a reference, and they cannot replace an instructor. Expert practical guidance from an instructor is invaluable.

“Certainly the most important asset any training hall can have is a good instructor. There is no substitute for a well-trained, intelligent, perceptive and patient instructor.” – Gen. Choi Hong Hi (Vol.6, p.17).

“Patterns are various fundamental movements, most of which represent either attack or defense techniques, set to a fixed and logical sequence.” – Gen. Choi Hong Hi (Vol.9, p.13)

Pattern Toi-Gye (Toi-Gye Tul)

“This pattern is practised by the 3rd grade holder and above.” – Gen. Choi Hong Hi (Vol.10, p.33)

Instructor Roneil Pratap performing Toi-Gye tul:

DIAGRAM (Yon Moo Son)

“Note: This diagram is reversed to help the student to understand and perform from a clearer angle.” – Gen. Choi Hong Hi (Vol.10, p.34)

The student is standing on the line AB and facing D.

Movements: 37

—Begin. Form a close ready stance B to D.

1. Move the left foot to B and form a right L-stance to B, while the left inner forearm performs a middle side block to B.

2. Slip the left foot to B and form a left walking stance to B, while the right upset fingertip performs a low thrust to B.

3. Move the left foot to the right foot and form a close stance to D, while the right back fist performs a side back strike to C and the left arm is extended to the side-downward. Perform this step in slow motion.

4. Move the right foot to A and form a left L-stance to A, while the right inner forearm performs a middle side block to A.

5. Slip the right foot to A and form a right walking stance to A, while the left upset fingertip performs a low thrust to A.

6. Move the right foot to the left foot and form a close stance to D, while the left back fist performs a side back strike to C and the right arm is extended to the side-downward. Perform this step in slow motion.

7. Move the left foot to D and form a left walking stance to D, while an X-fist performs a pressing block to D.

8. Maintain the left walking stance to D, while with a twin fist perform a high vertical punch to D.

9. Keep the position of the hands as in 8, while the right foot performs a middle front snap kick to D.

10. Lower the right foot to D and form a right walking stance to D, while the right fist performs a middle punch to D.

11. Maintain the right walking stance to D, while the left fist performs a middle punch to D.

12. Move the left foot to the right foot and form a close stance to F, while both fists are simultaneously brought to the hips. Perform this step in slow motion.

13. In a stamping motion move the right foot to F and form a sitting stance to C, while the right outer forearm performs a W-shape block to C.

14. In a stamping motion move the left foot to F, turn clockwise and form a sitting stance to D, while the left outer forearm performs a W-shape block to D.

15. In a stamping motion move the left foot to E, turn clockwise and form a sitting stance to C, while the left outer forearm performs a W-shape block to C.

16. In a stamping motion move the right foot to E, turn counter-clockwise and form a sitting stance to D, while the right outer forearm performs a W-shape block to D.

17. In a stamping motion move the left foot to E, turn clockwise and form a sitting stance to C, while the left outer forearm performs a W-shape block to C.

18. In a stamping motion move the left foot to F, turn clockwise and form a sitting stance to D, while the left outer forearm performs a W-shape block to D.

19. Move the right foot to the left foot, move the left foot to D and form a right L-stance to D, while the left double forearm performs a low pushing block to D.

20. Slip the left foot to D and form a left walking stance to D, while both hands extend upward to D.

21. Pull both hands downward, while the right knee performs an upward kick to D.

22. Lower the right foot to the left foot, move the left foot to C and form a right L-stance to C, while a knife-hand performs a middle guarding block to C.

23. Keep the position of the hands as in 22, while the left foot performs a low side front snap kick to C.

24. Lower the left foot to C and form a left walking stance to C, while the left flat fingertip performs a high thrust to C.

25. Move the right foot to C and form a left L-stance to C, while a knife-hand performs a middle guarding block to C.

26. Keep the position of the hands as in 25, while the right foot performs a low side front snap kick to C.

27. Lower the right foot to C and form a right walking stance to C, while the right flat fingertip performs a high thrust to C.

28. Move the right foot to D and form a right L-stance to C, while the right back fist performs a high strike to D, and the left forearm performs a low block to C.

29. Jump to C and form a right X-stance to A, while the X-fist performs a pressing block to A.

30. Move the right foot to C and form a right walking stance to C, while the right double forearm performs a high block to C.

31. Move the left foot to B and form a right L-stance to B, while a knife-hand performs a low guarding block to B.

32. Slip the left foot to B and form a left walking stance to B, while the right inner forearm performs a circular block to BD.

33. Move the left foot to the right foot, move the right foot to A and form a left L-stance to A, while a knife-hand performs a low guarding block to A.

34. Slip the right foot to A and form a right walking stance to A, while the left inner forearm performs a circular block to AD.

35. Form a left walking stance to CE, while the right inner forearm performs a circular block to CE.

36. Form a right walking stance to A, while the left inner forearm performs a circular block to CE.

37. Move the right foot on line AB and form a sitting stance to D, while the right fist performs a middle punch to D.

—End. Bring the right foot back and form a close ready stance B to D.

REFERENCE:

Choi, H. H. (1985). Encyclopedia of Taekwon-Do (Vols. 1–15). Vienna: International Taekwon-Do Federation.

Also See:

Patterns (Tul) in Taekwon-Do: An Introduction

The Interpretations of Patterns (Tuls) in Taekwon-Do

 

 


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