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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Have you seen the difference between the interpretation of the walking stance vs the "forward" stance? I'm like c'mon, who the **** fights like that and what the **** are you supposed to learn from this ****. I have a breakdown I'll send you on face book that I did with Palgue 1 now then you can tell me what functional **** tae geuk 1 gives you.
    OK, so I watched the video, and I am at best extremely confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander View Post
    OK, so I watched the video, and I am at best extremely confused.
    Lol bacause it was kids demo or because we do not call it palgue il jang or because of our interpretation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Lol bacause it was kids demo or because we do not call it palgue il jang or because of our interpretation?
    Mostly the last one, and how you could state that as breakdown, but then criticize the Taeguk pumse for being "unrealistic". If that's the type of application you're going for, they pretty much all would seem unrealistic.

    Edit: I suppose this means I has to make video to return your kindness.

    BTW, I like the short pants doboks. I was always tripping over my pants when I was a kid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander View Post
    Mostly the last one, and how you could state that as breakdown, but then criticize the Taeguk pumse for being "unrealistic". If that's the type of application you're going for, they pretty much all would seem unrealistic.

    Edit: I suppose this means I has to make video to return your kindness.

    BTW, I like the short pants doboks. I was always tripping over my pants when I was a kid.
    There are more realistic interpretations but this is the introduction for kids. So we start of as basic. We contemplated Tae geuks to replace them but we couldn't figure out a practical application for any of that crap until 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    There are more realistic interpretations but this is the introduction for kids. So we start of as basic. We contemplated Tae geuks to replace them but we couldn't figure out a practical application for any of that crap until 5.
    Now I'm even more confused.

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    When we decided which TKD forms we were going to carry we found the Palgue's to be better suited to teach applicable techniques yet keep the same pattern. The Chon ji forms are, by far, the most applicable when teaching applied theory. The Tae gueks the least applicable until about 0 jang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Hwarang was the funnest form under blackbelt.

    Little bit of Trivia, in the Tekken game the fighter Hwoarang does the Hwarang form as a demo.
    ARGH! I can't believe I never noticed that and Hwoarang is my favorite fighter. (Probably because since TKD was my first martial art I will always be a bit of a Taekwondork inside). Push-ups then I will go practice Hwarang again and again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    When we decided which TKD forms we were going to carry we found the Palgue's to be better suited to teach applicable techniques yet keep the same pattern. The Chon ji forms are, by far, the most applicable when teaching applied theory. The Tae gueks the least applicable until about 0 jang.
    Your definition of applicable is vastly different from mine.

    I'll have to make that video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerAuslander View Post
    Your definition of applicable is vastly different from mine.

    I'll have to make that video.

    What the **** do you want a fighting video? How much more effectiveness do you want they're frigging striking each other in the head with hammer strikes. Remember taught to young kids. Show me the "more effectiveness of the Taegeuks with their awesome "walking stance".

    I have 100% proof my interpretation work. One of my kids pulled the moves off on a regular basis in a tournament. We couldn't get him to stop doing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    What the **** do you want a fighting video?
    No, but I am honestly surprised that's your definition of applicable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    How much more effectiveness do you want they're frigging striking each other in the head with hammer strikes.
    Why is the other hand empty when it's pulled back to chamber?

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Remember taught to young kids.
    This is either A) irrelevant or B) I'd like to see what you would teach adults.

    Quote Originally Posted by Omega Supreme View Post
    Show me the "more effectiveness of the Taegeuks with their awesome "walking stance".
    I didn't say that the Taeguek pumse were more effective, I said that I don't see how anyone can argue that the Palgwe pumese are any more effective or applicable to actual combat.

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