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January 5, 2016 at 10:14 pm #6198Anonymous
Attendance: Tuhon Ric, Derek, Karl, Jason
Feeder 1 & Feeder 2 on guard/ready position.
F1: enters with backhand deflection to displace F2’s point from the outside,
& thrusts left brachial. *must be on the half beat*
*rep’d this entry to emphasize the half beat, and off lining to the left.
F1: does thrusting entry
F2: a.) does backhand horizontal cut to F1’s right carotid.
F1: tip up deflects on rightside,
Reverse “C” parries(moving on the inside of F2),
Thrusts navel,& flywheels.
b.) does backhand lowline cut
F2: tip down backhand deflect,
“Drops” the blade down(flywheel)
F1: does thrust entry
F2: tip up deflection on rightside, and counters with diagonal cut to
F1’s left carotid.
F1: tip down/ roof deflection, counters with forehand diagonal cut to F2’s left carotid,
followed by flywheel.
F1: does thrust entry
F2: attempts rightside tip up deflection.
F1: redirects the thrust to forehand diagonal cut to F2’s left carotid,
Followed by flywheel.
F1: if F2 tip up deflects the forehand diagonal cut, instantly use rebound energy to
redirect to palm up blueworm, or arm cut,
Followed by thrust, & flywheel.
Feeder 2 modifiers:
F2: as F1 initiates, F2 stop thrust high, or low.
F1: a.) does backhand deflections(attacking the blade) to remove the tip from the
outside,followed up with flywheel.
b.) can use tip down/ roof deflection to remove the tip,
Followed by forehand diagonal cut to F2’s left carotid.
F2: does empty/ half-assed deflections.
F1: powers thru the deflections/ crashes to get cuts.
F2: initiates with wide/ telegraphed horizontal cuts.
F1: a.) bob and weave with roof block.
b.) “Power squad”/ duck into springing cut.
*Distance parry does not necessarily mean to move completely out of range, making it more difficult to move back in with a strike/cut(taller vs. shorter opponents).
Rather, a distance parry is anything that controls distance.
*The longer you “move” around with your opponent, the more experience you are allowing him to gain. You are giving him time to figure out your game. Finish it fast!!!
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