Friday, September 22, 2006

One Last Practice

James, Justin, and I had one last practice at the dojang before tomorrow's tournament.

James (he's about 12 years old, a 2nd degree BB) mostly worked on his breaking set up. He couldn't decide what to do. "I know! I'll do a tornado kick! Then an elbow strike . . . " "I know! I'll do a roundhouse speed break . . .!" His practice breaks weren't working for him--I think this made it hard for him to decide what to do.

Justin also worked on his breaks. He wanted to make sure he could do the reverse hook speed break he'd planned on doing. He did it three times this evening, and each time, he seemed surprised! It's one cool-looking break--the broken part of the board just goes flying.

I went through my form, Toi-Gye a few times, trying to make sure my flow was good, that I was looking before each turn, and that my stances were nice and neat.

We're as ready as we're going to be . . .

1 comment:

TKD Rocker said...

Good luck tomorrow! Let us know how it goes!