Wing Block Effectiveness – By circling the body and feet together, you create power for what would otherwise be a relatively weak block.



Fluid Hand strikes – Keeping continuity to your movement rather than being robotic allows you to counter with multiple strikes to different targets in a very short timeframe.

Single Arm Defenses – This may seem limiting at first, but proficiently stringing together blocks and strikes all from one hand leaves the other hand free to adapt to different situations.

Attacking Limbs and Pressure Points – attacking the radial nerve damages a limb allowing you to follow up to a soft target (pressure point) areas without fearing an effective counter attack.

Simultaneous Counter Strike – Striking at the same time you block reduces the amount of time to your first counter strike, thus possibly eliminating their ability to throw a follow up strike.

Universal Block (Double Wing Block) – This block covers a much larger area than our standard blocks and has tremendous versatility because of the option to move multiple directions off of the block.

Hard vs Soft Blocking – A hard block tends to knock the opponents attack away while a soft block allows you to stay in contact and be able to redirect to set up your next strike.

Intelligent Aggressiveness – Positioning yourself so that you can attack without fear of your opponent’s follow ups allows you to be confident in stringing together multiple aggressive strikes.

Range Sensitivity – Knowing your range for long-range, mid-range and short-range weapons is key to being both accurate and effective with your striking.

In Close Fighting – Elbows allow for a greater margin of error because of how powerful they are, but your body moving with them is one of the big keys to being successful in close.

Dual Blocking Strategies – Using your first block as your deflection, your second block has the versatility to manipulate your opponent in a number of different ways.

Strategic Head Strikes – Understanding how each strike will affect your opponent can help you determine a plan of action based on where either you want to move or where you want your opponent to move.

Expanding your Comfort Zone – In this technique you learn your balance threshold, how to move outside the standard balance points and how to maintain your balance while striking.

Controlling with Pain – We can control our opponent’s movement or positioning with consistent pressure applied to specific targets and create a break with additional pressure if necessary.

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