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Immediately step through with your right as you throw a right punch. As for the Classical Arts, I hold a black belt in Shotokan Karate so I have some room to speak. Straight punches and elbow punches and various body punches. Three Reasons Why You Should Take Self Defense Classes. These are just natural, instinctive reactions we've done since our first school fights. <<BR>>
I say slightly, though, because from my own experience it still seems that most MMA schools are ran by people who know how to separate sport from just being an all-around bully and they will hold their students accountable for anything they do that could have an impact on the school's reputation. The fists, in close cooperation with the forearms, elbows and all other anatomical weapons, can be used to strike the attacker's arms to break down his guard and disrupt his balance while the practitioner closes the distance to advantageous positions to unload a chaotic maelstrom of strikes (including all kinds of fist strikes) to all targets legal and illegal, seemingly instantaneously due to the short power and rapid reload and return allowed by drop hitting. Let's face it: when moving slowly with a training partner, you can easily counter the other person's movements if you suddenly speed up. A much better way to approach analyzing martial arts is by principle. It's that place where life seems to fully engulf us. <<BR>>
History with Cas Magna, Paul Vunak, Larry Hartsell, Chris Kent, and Jeff Imada. The blocks and hand maneuvers such as grabbing, sticking, and energy techniques have their roots in Wing Chun but the finished product is pure JKD. [[http://jkd.net|Jkd the martial art of Bruce Lee]] I know I'm sounding a little like the beginning of an infomercial, but if you can identify with any of these questions then I'd like to give you a little perspective that can have you rekindling that excitement and zest for life and bring you a deep sense of fulfillment. The amount of effort a muscle needs to produce an accurate movement, which is particularly important when flowing, sticking, pulsing, bouncing people or dropping into strikes. A person so ahead of the game that he can focus on bringing others up with him. <<BR>>
Before I studied the art, a punch to me was a just a punch, a kick was just a kick. Bruce Lee often commented on the "flowery" movements of traditional martial arts or, as he sometimes called it "the classical mess". Also, and another HUGE mistake, is HOW you maintain that distance. In the beginning he had difficulty in dealing with our non-cooperative form of chi sao which we call contact flow. But the almighty dollar in the economy led thousands to claim they were something they were not. <<BR>>
You see there are two things here: one is what I refer to as my "teaching game" and the other is my "fighting mind set". This idea falls in line with the Zen Warrior Monk concept of "Mushin" in which you become totally immersed so that your subconscious mind can learn. Sometimes even that is not available so the ability to keep your balance and move from no stance at all can be life saving. Through consistent, long term practice of the esoteric drills of Guided Chaos, you can focus on each one individually and tremendously amplify them far beyond someone who simply leaves these areas to chance or "hard contact" sparring. What To Look For: When your opponent launches his attack he is more concerned with hitting you than he is with defending your attacks.