Attitude

Attitude is the fourth form in the Quantum style written by Master Rachael Evans.

Students will learn Attitude at the following stages in their curriculum:
Adults : Green Belt
Teens (age 10–14) : Blue Belt
Kids (age 6–9) : Red Belt

Attitude

1. Shift the balance to the right foot, pivot 90° to the left, and step forward back stance, double knife-hand guarding block.
2. Front leg front kick, step down in a front stance, single middle punch.
2b. Reverse punch.
3. Shift the balance to the right foot. Step the left foot over in line with the right and pivot 180° to the right to a back stance, double knife-hand guarding block.
4. Front leg front kick, step down to a front stance, punch.
4b. Reverse punch.
5. Shift the balance to the right foot, pivot 90° to the left. Step forward front stance, reverse punch.
5b. Reverse back fist.
6. Side kick, step forward front stance, reverse punch.
6b. Reverse back fist.
7. Round kick, KIHAP. Then step forward back stance, double knife-hand guarding block.
8. Shift the balance to the left foot and pivot 270 to the right. Assume a back stance, square block.
8b. Side punch (low).
9. Slide side kick, step forward while pivoting 180 to the left and assume a back stance double knife hand guarding block.
10. Slide up and step forward to a back stance, square block.
10b. Side punch (low).
11. Slide side kick, step forward while pivoting 180° to the right and assume a back stance, double knife-hand guarding block.
12. Shift the balance to the left foot. Turn your attention 90° to the left and step forward back stance, guarding block.
13. Jump rear leg front kick, step out to a back stance, palm-out middle block.
13b. Side punch (low).
13c. Back fist (temple).
13d. Reverse punch, KIHAP.
14. Pull the left foot up behind the right leg while pivoting 90° to the left and assume a crane stance, double scissor block.
15. Grab attacker’s head and execute a left vertical knee strike to the chin. Step forward to a front stance, reverse ridge hand strike (temple).
16. Pull the left foot to the right foot and pivot 90° to the right, closed ready stance (B).
17. Pivot 90° to the right while pulling your right foot up behind your left and assume a crane stance, double scissor block.
18. Grab the back of attacker’s head and execute a right vertical knee strike to the chin. Step forward to a front stance, reverse ridge hand strike (temple).
19. Shift the balance to the left foot, pivot 90° to the left and execute a low-high side kick. Step forward to a fighting stance.
20. Jump front leg side kick. Shift your attention 90° to the left while stepping down into a horse stance, execute a targeted right elbow strike.
21. Pull the right foot in to shoulder-width and straighten your legs. Execute a double down block.
22. Step forward with the left foot to a front stance, knife-hand down block.
22b. Reverse horizontal spear hand to the throat.
Step the left foot over in front of the right and pivot 180° to the right. Assume a back stance, double knife-hand guarding block.
23. Slide the left foot up to the right foot, and turn your attention 180° to the left. Step backward with the right foot to a back stance, double knife-hand guarding block.
24. Jump front leg side kick. Shift your attention 90° to the right, step down into a horse stance and execute a left horizontal targeted elbow strike.
Shift the balance to the right foot. Shift your attention 270° to the right, while pivoting your body 90° to the right and assume a fighting stance.
25. Round kick, step forward fighting stance.
26. Jump turn side kick, step forward into a back stance, palm-out middle block.
26b. Side punch (low).
26c. Back fist (temple).
26d. Reverse punch, KIHAP.
27. Step backward, front stance, knife-hand rising block.
28. Step backward, front stance, single middle punch.
28b. Reverse punch.
29. Jump up in the air and hop-switch feet, landing in a back stance, double knife-hand guarding block.
30. Spin crescent kick, stepping backward to a back stance, double knife-hand guarding block (low).

Left foot back to open ready stance (B).

 

Please note: The video is provided as a supplemental learning tool for at-home practice, for help remembering what students have learned in class. The video is not meant for DIY at-home learning, and students who attempt to learn the forms from the videos alone (without the direction of an instructor) will not be permitted to test for belt advancement.