Whatever is Caught, you never move it

by admin2 on 2014/03/17

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John Upshaw March 19, 2014 at 9:04 am

I think this is paradox to how we normally respond…typically our, my, response is to fight where I am caught…it requires a neurological reconditioning to not move where one is caught… an autonomic nervous system response that requires reprogramming through training the principles…


charlie wishon March 19, 2014 at 4:35 pm

So initially I started to try and take out the space from the top to start my “shear”. you can see what happened… then i proceeded to my main objective , to create my split from the bottom. (at the base of my right palm). his calf. 27 to 30 seconds in you see my main spot I’m going for does not move. I’m giddy to say the least … A ton of fun and many great years of learning ahead .


Hugo Ramiro March 20, 2014 at 1:08 pm

That’s a very good point Charlie. Where you fought Master Chen, he did not move. Everything moved around that point until one person fell off.


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