Here's a little something shot in November last year.
Hope you enjoy.
All the best.
Excellent. I really like how this relies not only on the kata movements but on general principles.
Thanks for sharing, John.
Obviously this drill is not 'stand alone'. It should tie in with the other kata moves to handle different positions.
My personal preference and observation is:
@ 43 sec as the force of the punch force one back onto the floor; I personally would hook the right foot over behind his crease of his left knee as
@ 44 sec you have your leg straight out with no control/contact with his leg.
@ 50 sec; his only natural option is to push up; the danger is if he co ordinates it with a shift of the left leg over your right leg to get extra leverage (as a natural move not as an intended move).
@53 sec your right leg rightly starts to act as a brace against his left leg/left hip
@1.18 your knee acts as a brace against the back of the thigh/butt
@1.22 I would hook my right leg over his left to give me slightly more control
But in the end it is a mixture of preference and the speed of action overcoming reaction.
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