Now, after our walk in, the next part you’re
going to be doing is an intro. Some tournaments have it, and some don’t, and sometimes you’re
going to do it for your crowd, whoever you’re performing for. So, you’re going to walk in,
you’re going to do your bow, and you’re going to be right here, bam. Or, however you want
to stand, if you want to stand here, or a lot of people like to strike a pose and you’re
going to say “Judges,” or “Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Caleb Labarda. My form, you can
either make up a name of your form, or you don’t have to, or you can say my school is
Tae Kwon Do Unlimited, with your permission, may I begin?” And, then they’ll either nod
their head, or say yes, and then you’ll bow, and then take a step back. Bam, then get ready
to start your cada. O.k, so let’s do that all the way from the walk in. So, from here,
you’re going to bow, do our walk in, one, two. Walk forward, and hands here, bam. O.k,
and then – “Judges, my name is Caleb Labarda, I represent Tae Kwon Do Unlimited, with your
permission, may I begin?” Bow. Thank you judges! Take your time, and then right here you can
take your time about three seconds, one, two, three, come up, and then slowly walk back.
Never, never turn around and go to your spot, you always want to walk backwards, right back
to your position and then you’re going to bow again. So, this time we’re going to do
it as if we’re doing it for a crowd.
Hi-ya, and we’ll strike a pose this time. “Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Caleb Labarda,
I represent Tae Kwon Do Unlimited, with permission, may I begin?” O.k, so that is going to be
your basic intro for your cada, you can change it around, if you like. But, remember to have
intensity and make sure you’re looking stern and you get the whole crowd going right there.