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    Default EPAK TOM March 2019 Short Form 3


    Short Form 3
    Opening:
    1. Attention stance.
    2. Bow.
    3. Signify.
    4. Formal Salutation

    Set 1: Destructive Twins (Front- Two-Hand Choke)
    1. Step your right foot forward into a right neutral bow as you execute a 'U'punch towards 12 o'clock. [Your left hand should be striking at your attacker'sface and your right hand striking at the groin.]

    2. Shift your right foot towards 1:00 as your execute a left outward block andchamber your right hand.

    3. Execute a left hand spear towards your attacker's eyes.

    4. Execute a right reverse punch as you shift into a horse stance facing 10:30.

    5. Pull your right foot to your left in a cat stance facing 12 o'clock as youexecute two thumb pokes to their eyes as in the beginning of Thrusting Wedge.(Essentially, you are cocking your hands in preparation of Crashing Wings.


    Set 2: Crashing Wings (Rear Bear Hug; Arms Free)
    1. Step your right foot to 3 o'clock into a horse stance as you send twooutward overhead elbows down into your attacker's elbows. (These strikes willbe close to your body.)

    2. Pull your left foot to your right into a transitional cat stance facing 12o'clock. Step your left foot towards 7:30 behind your attacker using your leftknee to buckle their right.

    3. Shift into a left forward bow as you execute a left outward elbow and followwith a right hammerfist that comes over and down onto their groin.


    Set 3: Twirling Wings (Right Flank)
    1. Place your hands at your left hip, left fist palm up and right fist on topin vertical fashion. Cover with your right foot by moving it to 4 o'clock.

    2. Turns towards 3 o'clock into a right forward bow as you execute a rightoutward block and a left inward elbow. (The left fist should touch the rightelbow.)

    3. Step your left foot to 3 o'clock into a left forward bow as you execute aright hand rake across your attacker's eyes (moving from right to left) andexecute a left back knuckle strike to your attacker's ribs (also moving fromright to left). Stop this motion at your left hip; left palm up, right on top.Essentially this is to cock for the next move.


    Set 4: Circling Wing (Two-Hand Rear Shoulder Grab)
    1. Turn towards 9:00 in a right forward bow as you execute a right outwardoverhead elbow and a left closed two-finger spear to their eyes.

    2. Execute a right upward elbow strike as you shift into a right neutral bow.

    3. Pivot into a right reverse bow as you execute a right back hammerfist totheir groin.


    Set 5: Crossing Talon [Fulcrum version] (Cross Right Wrist Grab)
    1. With an attacker gravving your right wrist; use your left hand to pin theirs.

    2. Step towards 1:30 with your left foot into a front twist stance. Unwind asyou use the pressure of your left elbow against their right elbow joint to pushthem over.

    3. Execute a left outward elbow to their temple as your right hand pulls theminto the strike.

    4. Reach down and claw their face; as you pull up, loop your arm clockwise soyou execute a left inward overhead elbow down onto their back.


    Set 6: Scraping Hoof (Full Nelson)
    1. Pull your feet to about half-a-shoulder width apart as you push down withyour arms and send your head back to break their attempted full nelson.

    2. Execute a right rear kick into their left knee.

    3. Execute a right knife-edge kick to their right knee.

    4. Scrape down their shin and stomp on their right foot.


    Set 7: Fatal Cross (Two-Hand Push)
    1. Pull your right foot to a cat stance as you execute two downward craneparries to the inside of your attacker's wrists.

    2. Reverse that motion. AS you step your right foot to 10:30 into a rightneutral bow and execute two middle knuckle strikes, palm up, to your attacker'ssolar plexus. (You will also lead in with your head for a possible fronthead butt.

    3. Loop your hands in and them strike out with two scissoring backfists to yourattacker's face.
    4. Pull back and rebound as you execute two scissoring one-finger pokes to yourattacker's eyes.


    Set 8: Grip of Death (Side Headlock)
    1. Step forward with your left foot towards 10:30 and simultaneously execute aright hammerfist to your attacker's kidneys and a left hammerfist to yourattacker's groin.

    2. Reach over and grab your attacker's face (nose, mouth, or hair) with yourright hand.

    3. Pull back on your attacker's face and execute a left palm strike to theirface as you pivot into a right forward bow facing 4:30.


    Set 9: Locked Wing (Hammer Lock)
    1. Move your right arm around behind your back as if you have been put in ahammerlock.

    2. Step to 4:30 with your left foot into a rear crossover as you execute a leftoutward elbow strike to your attacker's head.

    3. Unwind so you are facing your attacker at 7:30 as you claw your attacker'sface and loop your left arm under their right arm with a punch.

    4. Step back with your right foot towards 4:30 into a left neutral bow facing10:30 as you break your attacker's elbow.

    5. Execute a right knee strike to your attacker's midsection as you execute aright inward overhead chop down on to their neck.

    6. Land in a right neutral bow facing 10:30 as you push your attacker away.

    7. As you step forward with your left foot to 10:30 into a left neutral bow,your arms go back as if an attacker has grabbed them.


    Set 10: Crossed Twigs (Rear Wrist Grab)
    1. Pull your hands forward as your left foot settles and regrab your attacker'swrists.

    2. Pivot into a right forward bow facing 4:30 as you execute a right outwardelbow strike to your attacker's temple.

    3. Pull on your attacker's right arm with your right to double them over.Continue the counterclockwise circle.

    4. Shift back into a right neutral bow facing 4:30 as you execute a rightinward overhead elbow strike on your attacker's spine.

    5. Shift and execute a left knee strike to their midsection with double palmstrikes to your attacker's kidneys; land back in a horse stance.


    Set 11: Wings of Silk (Attempted Bear Hug)
    1. An attacker grabs your arms behind you.

    2. Bring your right foot up into your attacker's groin as you push down withyour left hand.

    3. Turn and step counterclockwise (to 10:30) with your right foot in a shortstep.

    4. Complete the twirl by circling counterclockwise still with your left foot.As you land in a horse stance facing 1:30, execute a right vertical punch toyour attacker's elbow.


    Set 12: Conquering Shield (Left Stiff-Arm Lapel Grab)
    1. An attacker from 1:30 grabs your lapel with their left arm.

    2. Simultaneously pin your attacker's left arm with your left hand as youexecute a right vertical forearm strike to your attacker's left elbow to breakand execute a right front snap kick to the inside of your attacker's right leg.

    3. As you land, plant your right foot to 1:30 into a right neutral bow as youhave your right arm glance up from its forearm strike and then strike down witha right outward overhead elbow to your attacker's left forearm.

    4. Execute a right upward elbow strike to your attacker's chin.

    5. Follow-up with a right overhead claw to your attacker's face.


    Set 13: Striking Serpent's Head (Front Tackle)
    1. An attacker grabs you from 1:30.

    2. Step back with your right foot to 7:30 as you execute a left inverted backknuckle strike to their head and pull back on their hair, exposing theirthroat.

    3. Execute a right half-fist to your attacker's throat.
    4. Step your right foot to your left, facing 12 o'clock in an attention stance.

    Closing:
    1. Formal Salutation






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    Great job thanks!

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