Perceptional speed is fast-seeing or awareness. This alone is one of the most important and yet neglected phases of training. The faster you can see
A lot of people make fun of animal Kung Fu training because it is foolish to try to imitate the physical aspects of the animals.
The ability to respond directly, simply and effectively when attacked depends on one’s level of awareness. For example, let’s look at a response to
In the 70’s, Karate and Kung Fu was the best. In the 80’s when the Ninja craze was out, everyone thought IT was the best.
I have mixed feelings for Mixed Martial Arts. On one side, I admire their physical conditioning and skill. I think it is a good thing
I look at grappling as a backup skill but not as a primary tactic. This is due to multiple opponents. Most people that pick fights are
There are only so many ways you can respond to an attack: 2 beats– defend (evade, block) and then counter attack (kick, hit, elbow, knee, throw,
If you are too tense and emotional when you cross hands for real, you will reduce your reflexes, perceptional speed, tactile sensitivity, fine motor skills,
Most classical martial arts systems have weapons training due to the ancient times that they come from. Modern students often question the practicality of learning them,
Block and hit in the same time is a common concept in many martial arts and self defense tactics. This idea is definitely valid in theory
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