This is priced appropriately based on the fact that the instruction video contains:***Single full screen and full speed.***Split screen (front and side) and full speed***Split screen (front and side) and slow motionThis is the training App for Pattern 2 ( Taegeuk Yee Jang).Taegeuk 2 Jang represents Joyfulness and symbolises the divination sign of Tae. Use of the Front kick (Ap chagi) is developed and high section punch is introduced in this pattern.This pattern is expressed as joyfulness or the state in which ones mind is kept firm and yet appears gentle so that joy and virtue prevail. When performing this taegeuk, all actions should be performed gently but forcefully.This application is a video demonstration by Master Lee Heyes.Further Apps are in available on the App store for:**Blocks**Kicks**Strikes and Punches**Stances (free)**Pattern 1**Pattern 2**Pattern 3**Pattern 4**Pattern 5**Pattern 6**Pattern 7**Pattern 8Master Lee Heyes 6th Dan Kukkiwon was one of a handful of UK instructors to attend the course and graduate with the prestigious title of International Instructor. On completion all the masters who attended the course were instructed by the Kukkiwon President Woon Kyu Uhm to promote Unified Taekwondo to the International Taekwondo community. This site contains information and materials aimed at promoting Unified Taekwondo as directed by the Kukkiwon.Taekwondo is a Korean martial art and sport characterised by it's spectacular kicks and strikes. With over 60 million global practitioners, Taekwondo has quickly become the world's most popular martial art. This rapid growth since it's origins in the latter 20th Century has created a diversity in styles and training techniques.In 2005 the World Taekwondo Headquarters (Kukkiwon) acted to unify Taekwondo technique across the member nations of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) and the countless independent organisations practicing Taegeuk based Taekwondo. The revised Taekwondo textbook detailed the most sweeping changes to taekwondo technique since the original was published 18 years previously and was first presented in detail to the international community at the 12th World Taekwondo Foreign Instructors Course held at the Kukkiwon in July 2006.Please review this App and provide feedback about the elements you like.
What's new in this version:
Changed to be fully iPad supported