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Stryke wrote:Us Uechi folks call it the Sanchin draw , that whole claytons gap premise is the inside expression of the open gate strategy IMHO
sports have evolved away from bridging from rules and padding , but for real world and compound attack out past ninety and entering is a great way to go , add the draw and blade you get a great spear and that claytons gap
Could you explain this a bit more? To me the change in guard in sport vs bareknuckle fighting seems to have been the result of the large surface area of boxing gloves which allow for different blocking strategies
if I understood Geoff Thompson's approach correctly, he's saying that you should put your hands on your potential opponent in order to control his arms. Do you think that type of physical contact would escalate or de-escalate the situation?
action beats reaction , and the only way to beat action is to be already in action
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