Strengthening the inner-muscles of the thigh and increasing flexibility of the hip joints
HeoGong (a form of crouched tiger on the ground) or "BokKoSe" is a pose that resembles a crouched tiger on the ground ready to jump or bound to the opponent. It’s very useful for counterattacking the opponent. HeoGong is the most difficult position for beginners, who usually cannot hold it for more than a few seconds. It requires great flexibility and power of the waist, and also the most fully stretched leg.
* Keynote: Since this pose brings a lot of pressure in the lower back, an experienced instructor's guidance is essential for those with spinal problems otherwise, it may worsen the problems.
How to Do HeoGong
How to do HeoGong HaBahnJang
HeoGong is a unique pose which can be found, maybe, only in GiCheon, training the inner-muscles of the thigh. It can help diet on the legs and build slim and strong legs. It helps the Gi circulate throughout the arms and legs by expanding and stretching the waist and legs to the utmost degree, and then intensifies the stomach and spleen Gi channels. It also intensifies the internal force with the Gi well circulated located inside the legs.
It helps improve flexibility of the entire body and dynamics of the power & mobility.