Day 11 (Tactic 1/1)
Please review the following sections to improve your understanding and movements.
Fundamental timing drill.
By blending one combative into the next, you eliminate any pause or hesitation that could leave you open or vulnerable to a counter strike by the attacker. Not only do you complete more combatives in less time, but you also reduce the moments of stalling or freezing that an attacker can use against you.
Apply this concept as soon as you are able to strike back, as quickly executing a number of strikes/combatives can be extremely overwhelming and help neutralize your threat.
Below is a step-by-step breakdown.
Start in your Survival Stance.
Engage in a Near-side defensive Push Kick. Make sure to utilize your Hip Thrust for full Range of Motion.
Keeping your foot flexed, and without locking your knee, extend the leg fully to complete your Push Kick.
As you return your Near side leg from your defensive Push Kick, begin sending out a Near Palm Strike.
Complete the full range of motion for the Near-side Palm Strike.
As you return your arm from the Near-side Palm Strike, begin sending out your Rear-side Palm Strike AND turn the Near-side leg out by pivoting the foot.
Complete the full Rear-side Palm Strike, and don’t forget to engage in your Combative Twist for the full Range of Motion.
As you return your arm from the Rear-side Palm Strike, keep your front hip open and engage your rear Combative Knee.
Complete the full Combative Knee.
Momentarily, land forward onto your leg that just completed the Knee.
Immediately step back to return to your Survival Stance. You are now positioned to complete the drill again.
Practice this combination at a slow pace (from both stances) until you are able to execute each strike’s full range of motion and in a continuous manner.
Once you have completed Drill 1, practice the combination at a faster pace starting from both stances.