Day two of the 2015 Counterpoint Tactical System Iron Mountain camp was dedicated to panantukan level three. The first level of panantukan is taught to beginning students, and it is revisited in level two a few years later at the first class brown belt. Level three is required for fourth degree black belt, and it is based around the Pekiti Tirsia drill of segang lebo. This resembles the more commonly known hubud lubud drills.
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