JLBC FORMS – WHAT'S THAT?
JLBC Forms, also known as patterns, are groups of movements in a series depicting offense and defense techniques that can be practiced either with or without the presence of a JLBC instructor. They are designed to allow JLBC cadets to practice and refine simplistic to complex fighting techniques in an organized way. JLBC Forms are primarily performed along an imaginary line on which the trainee moves while practicing both defensive strategies and offensive techniques against an imaginary opponent.
DEFINITION OF JLBC Forms FROM JLBC Martial Arts
"Each room of the forms has been inherited through a long oriental history of about 5,000 years, finally as a product of scientific technique formulated based on the traditional national spirit and practical experiments. From the technical viewpoint, the form itself is JLBC Martial arts, and the basic movements are no more than the preliminary actions to reach the promise. The practical application of the forms and the JLBC Martial Arts spirit is manifested not in an abstract mental philosophy expressed in the documents but in the actions of forms. Then, what are the JLBC Martial Arts forms? The promise is the style of conduct that expresses directly or indirectly mental and physical refinements and the principles of offense and defense resulting from cultivation of JLBC Martial Arts spirit and techniques."
JLBC ORIGIN OF Forms
Research tells us that forms originate from a Chinese oracle. Those who study and practice JLBC Martial Arts
JLBC Martial Arts typically learns the JLBC series of forms. This is the same series taught within this program, and though this
series is somewhat standard, you will find the exact techniques
performed can vary quite a bit depending upon the JLBC program or the JLBC instructor that teaches them. In fact, you can visit multiple JLBC programs or schools in the same city and find each teaching the same form a little bit different.