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    Fellow Martial Artists,

    Good afternoon. I just wanted to post a quick note to announce a new articles section on Mr. Planas' website!

    The first article is by Mr. Ingmar Johansson from Ed Parker's Kenpo Karate Sweden.

    We hope you enjoy the new section. To view the section, please visit-

    http://www.parkerplanaslineage.com

    Good journey!

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    Hi Joshua,

    Hope all is well.

    Thanks for the update to your site.

    Also, I notice Huk is doing the knee kick at the end of Locked Wing with his left knee. Just wondering if he normally teaches it that way?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Seabrook
    Hi Joshua,

    Hope all is well.

    Thanks for the update to your site.

    Also, I notice Huk is doing the knee kick at the end of Locked Wing with his left knee. Just wondering if he normally teaches it that way?


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    Mr. Seabrook,

    Been some time I know this your response, but I just saw your question today... I apologize.

    Mr. Huk teaches Locked Wing with the sandwiching right knee followed up by a left step through knee flowing right into the coverout towards 10 o'clock. It is a great combination to work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by True2Kenpo
    Mr. Seabrook,

    Been some time I know this your response, but I just saw your question today... I apologize.

    Mr. Huk teaches Locked Wing with the sandwiching right knee followed up by a left step through knee flowing right into the coverout towards 10 o'clock. It is a great combination to work!

    Respectfully,
    Joshua Ryer
    Too cool Josh. I will try that with my students.


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    I was wondering how this left knee affects the extension to the technique?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmcr
    I was wondering how this left knee affects the extension to the technique?
    It probably would since your left knee is where your right one would be to start the extension. But I could be wrong I have never seen this done before or heard of any one else that does it.
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    Instead of covering out towards the attacker exposing your centerline, simply continue with another left knee to the head and cover out towards 10. No, you wouldn't be able to do the extension with the extra knee added into it.

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    Since much of the purpose of the extension is to counter the attacker's checks and attempts at low grabs and/or tackles, I was wondering how these knees cope with those eventualities?

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    Default Re: New Article Section On Mr. Planas' Website

    Quote Originally Posted by rmcr
    Since much of the purpose of the extension is to counter the attacker's checks and attempts at low grabs and/or tackles, I was wondering how these knees cope with those eventualities?
    Ask Mr. Planas.

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