Eric “Top Dog” Knaus from the DBMA Association East Coast Training Camp. Do you believe in what you are doing? Will it really work for you? Also, realize the value in a good training partner. Train well, and train realistically!
Opportunity Recognition – Having a good vocabulary in martial arts will enable you to recognize when a particular technique is appropriate. From the 2016 Dog Brothers East Coast Camp in State, College, PA.
Dog Brothers Martial Arts – Heart-Mind-Balls. Benjamin Rittiner reminding us to check our egos and train with heart and passion!
The Caveman (Diagonal Forehand Strike)
You need to have power to be effective. Use the hourglass structure. This keeps the line of the strike tighter. Make sure your body mechanics are in alignment with gravity. The forehand power shot is almost vertical on this stroke.
Make your strengths stronger. Don’t diversify until your foundation is very strong. Remember, fighting is very dynamic. Things are changing all the time. You must constantly adapt.