Form & Application Example 2

(continuing from previous post)

And sometimes our opponent is standing with the other leg forward. Or maybe he did not extend his arm enough for us to get where we want to be. When this is the case the technique shown in the previous post may not turn out so nicely.

So we have to adapt to what we have. The form teaches us about flow and change. We work with what we have. At the moment of contact we should be able to sense what we have and react accordingly; a possible alternate response is shown below :-

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