As a coach you have the authority to discipline the beginners.
If a beginner is extra sharp, you should teach him Poomse his first day.
The word “Dan” is pronounced as “Don”.
The term “Dul” means “#9” count.
It is not necessary to count in Korean in order to conduct a formal class.
According to our textbook there are five parts of a formal “TaeKwonDo” class.
The Japanese word for Poomse is Kata.
Eel-bon-da-dee-un means to “free spar”.
Poomse training helps a student develop precision, control, and self-discipline
It is very important to stretch prior to a class or strenuous workout.
As a coach it is important that you become good friends with the beginner that you have been assigned to.
When coaching a beginner you must be forceful and very critical of all errors.
It is the responsibility of the senior student to conduct an inspection.
According to our textbook, a student must memorize 10 Poomse before being eligible to test for 1st Dan Black Belt.
If you are late it is not necessary to stretch out if class has already begun.