this a is a good drill.
Every one should have one he can call his own.
the only Comment (not a critique) is based on an unusual premise, if you are being in a particular maner, is it relally nessecary to have tried to developed your "off" side (bad or non domninant) depemding on your art, maybe yes, maybe no.
I am extremely right side dominant, and I take another approach---develop techiniques for "dominate" side use regardlass of the attack, this just mean that your response on one side is not going to be as same as the other.
An arcane excample:, I am carving slowly into Cowboy Action shooting.
Being right eyed and hand domninant, I would thus chose a "normal" draw right side and a "cross" draw for the left side holster.
Of course it would be better to equalize both sides, and I am going to try, and in the 'gunslinger" class that is what is expected.
Fred's drill sounds cool and I hope i will get a chance to map it out.
For this type of drill I keep it short, and don't asl too too much of one's weak side.
A live dummy has two hand pads, and stands weak side forward:
Attacker (you) slides (front foot first) or "blitzsteps" in : froward jab, right cross, left hook, and get out, because the dummy will now be trying to headslap you as you try to back out of reach.
I assume the various tecnigues one can work into his basic concept are relatively unlimited.
I might possibly disagree with Sensei Fred with respect to Kumite three----it depends on how much memorization one wishes to drop on one's students.
After all, the prearranged kumite are as much for the use of the instructors and boards to evaluate a student, as they are to meet other goals, which they also do.
Is ANY good Prearranged Kumite 'useless, well, I don;t think Sensie Fred would ever say that.
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