DBMA 2017 Camp – Lonely Dog – 011 – Reading The Attack You cannot view this unit as you're not logged in yet. 5 thoughts on “DBMA 2017 Camp – Lonely Dog – 011 – Reading The Attack” starting at 1.50 ,very,very poignant information. always,always gold nuggets hidden in DBMA conversations. Lonely is spot on. man, I am getting so much info from being a member and being able to view these great seminars and lessons. Log in to Reply one other thing . I regards to the back peddling,we were taught in PTK about the “universal evasion line”. Has anyone explored that as an answer to this question posed about the takedown discussed here? I am going to explore it. Log in to Reply Thank you for bringing this one to attention Rodney– some real gems here. ==================== a) Please flesh out the “universal evasion line” b) Note well Guro Lonely’s discussion beginning at 11:30-12:00. When he describes denying the angle leaving him vulnerable to straight line attack, HE IS DESCRIBING THE FIRST TWO PRONGS OF THE TRIDENT. Log in to Reply 13:20– regarding his comments on the difference between the Euros and America, IMHO much of this has to do with soccer being a/the dominant sport in the Euro culture. Log in to Reply I was taught the “universal evasion line” by a student of Tim Waid many years ago. He showed it as a straight line retreat with a sudden 45 degree retreating angle. so basically,2 or 3 sliding steps backwards then a 45 degree sliding step or 2 all the while facing your opponent. Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.