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    February, 2020 TOM Wings of Silk (Rear- Two Arm Lock)
    1. An attacker at 6 o'clock locks your arms from behind.

    2. With your feet together, bring your left foot up into your attacker's groinas you push down with your left hand and pinch your attacker's left leg.

    3. Turn and step counterclockwise (to 9 o'clock) with your right foot in ashort step as your left arm grabs your attacker's left arm.

    4. Complete the motion by circling counterclockwise still with your left foot,stepping your left to 9 o'clock. As you land in a horse stance facing 12o'clock, execute a right vertical punch to your attacker's elbow.

    5. Cross out towards 9 o'clock.
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    Default Re: February, 2020 - Wings of Silk

    Quote Originally Posted by KirkS View Post
    February, 2020 TOM Wings of Silk (Rear- Two Arm Lock)
    1. An attacker at 6 o'clock locks your arms from behind.

    2. With your feet together, bring your left foot up into your attacker's groinas you push down with your left hand and pinch your attacker's left leg.

    3. Turn and step counterclockwise (to 9 o'clock) with your right foot in ashort step as your left arm grabs your attacker's left arm.

    4. Complete the motion by circling counterclockwise still with your left foot,stepping your left to 9 o'clock. As you land in a horse stance facing 12o'clock, execute a right vertical punch to your attacker's elbow.

    5. Cross out towards 9 o'clock.
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    Interesting technique right out of form Short Three.
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    Default Re: February, 2020 - Wings of Silk

    Quote Originally Posted by KirkS View Post
    February, 2020 TOM Wings of Silk (Rear- Two Arm Lock)
    1. An attacker at 6 o'clock locks your arms from behind.

    2. With your feet together, bring your left foot up into your attacker's groinas you push down with your left hand and pinch your attacker's left leg.

    3. Turn and step counterclockwise (to 9 o'clock) with your right foot in ashort step as your left arm grabs your attacker's left arm.

    4. Complete the motion by circling counterclockwise still with your left foot,stepping your left to 9 o'clock. As you land in a horse stance facing 12o'clock, execute a right vertical punch to your attacker's elbow.

    5. Cross out towards 9 o'clock.
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    Interesting to me is the "land in a horse" as if by chance or happen stance you're going to find that... I would write it a bit differently maybe "drop" or "plant" into your horse facing 12 O'clock... Just say'n. I believe it is this kind of verbiage that leads to "interpretation" issue for people. All be it an of the wall example.
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