So I'm putting together a short technique routine. Something that can serve as an TKD specific warm up, morning rise and shine routine, something to do on a tea break, cool down or just a simple way of remembering fundamental TKD techniques. I like the idea of a snappy title so I'm going with "Daily Dozen" (a title that's fairly common and has been used by TKD pioneer Jhoon Rhee). So 12 techniques done 12 times each side for 288 techniques. Probably done from a relaxed chunbi stance. What would you lovely TKD people include? So far I have this (still need to work on an order that flows or makes sense)... 1: Front punch 2: Low block 3: Rising block 4: Middle inner forearm block 5: Middle outer forearm block 6: Knifehand guarding block 7: Front elbow 8: Front knee 9: Front kick 10: Side kick 11: Turning kick 12:??? Not sure what to put in for number 12? Twin forearm block maybe? Straight spear finger? Side knifehand strike? Back or reverse side kick? I like the balance of 6 "attacks" and 6 "blocks" but don't want to force that if a non-block technique fits better. I'd also like it to perhaps reflect how common the techniques appear in the patterns?