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  1. 01:37 How would you be an effective TPI (Third Party Intervenor) here? 02:20 convulsive grip generating 90 degree orientation of…

  2. Yes, with good reason this is part of DBMA Fundamentals. Love Guro Lonely’s movement and clarity of explanation.

  3. As you enter into doing so, some thoughts: In symmetry based double stick training methods the complementary hand merely slip…

  4. Tan could have benefitted mightily from having a Malayu stroke in his repertoire. Without it he was frequently befuddled by…

  5. Yes, nice work by Webslingin’ Bob! Also, per his advice I bought a new camera to plug into the laptop–…

  6. #1: Mongrel (black gloves) shows a Vunak-Jun Fan Gung Fu based game v. Puppy Dog #2: Sled Dog v. Salty…

  7. Note how Big Erv checks both of Dogzilla’s sticks with one motion at 00:29. At 00:50 and 01:30 et seq…

  8. That shot at 2:20! Love it. Reminds me of the KT Trig drill. There is just a weird blind spot…

  9. This fight scared me the most but also motivated me. They both took so much damage etc and kept going.…

  10. I find that it helps me to HIT for my traps. Typically, I am thinking “triangle from the third dimension”…

  11. YES. I would add that: a) Going for the leg against a Salty structure does have risks against a man…

  12. This is the single stick version of a combination seen in the Staff DVD.

  13. This is the Seguida that inspired my Attacking Blocks material.

  14. At 8.57 ,very nice, effective trap. Trapping is a bit underrated. However,don’t look for them,just let them happen. Kind of…