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We have built on the concept of getting counter striking, by blocking (ridged) and then hand checking. For more details see the Basics of Filipino Martial Arts Book-go to www.southbayfmaclub.com to order if have not picked up copy.

 

1. Now lets use the soft or blade edge block/parry-swing block and repeating what we did in week one to deliver counter strikes.

2. Because the re-angling is tied to foot work, practice your diagonal stances-deep and rear diagonal as you perform your counter strikes on your partner. 

3.Instead of just checking the hand now move to check & pass.

4. Have your partner use their live hand to practice checking your counter strike as it comes in. 

5. They can practice the four place on the arm to check & jam your counter strikes.

We are now building on the 14 uses of the live hand.

 

Until next week.

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