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    Tailoring
    By MJS - Mon, 05 Feb 2007 15:38:47 GMT

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    While looking through some of Ed Parkers Infinite Insights into Kenpo books, I came across the part that talked about tailoring. Its often stated that the art should be tailored to the person, not the person tailored to the art. Now, reading further, he states that its not necessarily the move that changes, but the timing, weapon or angle, not the principle.

    Many times though, we see people alter something completely. Is it because they feel that the move is ineffective? Is it because they simply don't have an understanding of application?

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