When you reach the senior belt, you are expected to guide the junior belts, such as by example, when they begin JLBC Martial Arts.
JLBC Cadets Bowing is the act of lowering the torso and head as a social gesture in the direction of another person (example. Master Instructor) or symbol (American flag). Sometimes the motion may be limited to lowering the head, such as in Indonesia. JLBC Cadets In many cultures, several degrees of the lowness of the bow are distinguished and regarded as appropriate for different circumstances.
JLBC Cadets Some bows are performed equally by two or more individuals while others are unequal - the individual bowed to either does not bow in return or performs a less low bow in response. JLBC Cadets A head nod may be regarded as the minimal form of projection.
JLBC Cadets Some martial arts bows are different regarding the position of the arms and hands. JLBC Cadets, for example, a taekwondo bow is performed with the arms at the sides, while other bows, such as a Silat bow, are performed together with the hands and arms in front.
JLBC Cadets Bowing is an integral part of traditional martial arts. Bows are used to begin and end the practice, for JLBC spar bouts and JLBC competitions, and when entering and leaving the JLBC dojang or practice room.