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January 5, 2015 at 7:55 pm #4727Anonymous
Blair, Rick, Kyle, Steve
Our new guy, Kyle, brought his friend Steve with him today. Steve could only stay for an hour or so but wanted to check things out. Blair started off teaching Steve the right hand template of 3 of 9. After some time, Blair started working with Kyle while Rick and I had Steve continue repping. When he developed flow, I had him feed the first three counts, but he ran out of time and needed to leave.
Blair started Kyle on working the left hand and right template simultaneous, then with left and right leads.
Meanwhile, Rick and I repped Royal Guard 1-6. We had some time left so I had Rick start Royal Guard 7 for the first time.
Royal Guard 7 (from my notes – corrections welcomed)
1. High jab
2. Low jab
3. High jab w/power assist
4. eye jab – hammer fist
5. eye jab – knee
6. Double kick – round kick, side kick?
7. Lunge headbutt
9. Knee kick out
10. Lunge, neck hook, pull down
11. elbow, hammer fist – upper cut – elbow rip
Slightly More Verbose:
1. Feeder initiates with a high jab. Receiver blocks with bad hand.
2. Feeder hinges down for low jab. Receiver’s bad hand hinges down to block.
3. Feeder hinges up for a power assisted jab with elbow rolling around R’s block. Receiver hinges back up and checks feeders elbow.
4. F throws a LH eye gouge through the gap then clears R’s checking hand to allow for RH hammer fist.
5. F throws another eye gouge with a simultaneous knee.
6. F initiates a right kick to inside of R’s right knee, then changes direction for a side kick to inside of R’s left knee.
7. F lunges in, head butting, while arms sheer through crossing R’s chest (forearm sheer the neck, or cut with karambits), left leg knee posting behind R’s right leg.
8. The cool guy or the Zoro. The left arm keeps the R off balance pressing high across chest or neck. RH with blades, we carve a Z. Empty hand we have been working them with center line shots to xiphoid and groin.
9. Oblique kick to the R’s right knee as we exit out.
10. Lunge back in, hooking behind the neck, and pulling the R forward and down. The forearm bone used to create pain shield against the R’s clavicle to prevent them from trying to shoot for the leg.
11. Elbow spike down to back of the neck, followed by a hammer fist (which should really be holding a karambit). F upper cuts back up into the face, then follow with a cutting upward elbow.
12. Knee to the face.
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