Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Silent Killing - Section 4

Killing after release.

The whole idea of releasing yourself from a hold is to enable you to attack and kill your adversary. Whenever possible, the dis-engaging movement should form the commencement of an attack.

The instructor should now demonstrate the follow-ups to all releases, emphasizing the importance of balance (footwork) to the follow-up attack.

Students should practice each in turn as it is demonstrated by the instructor and should continue until they become really proficient.

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