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    We've got 2 students requiring this form for thier next test. I noticed that there was no description of it on the resource pages. I've tried to write it down from memory (geez, it's hard enough practicing it by yourself!) and I'd like for you kind folks to look it over and point out any gaps (in writting, or my memory rather) that you find. That way I can make sure it's reasonably accurate prior to giving it to the students as a resource. Thanks! ...my head hurts.

    Side A:
    Left foot steps to 10:00 as you execute a right back fist at Side B
    Side B:
    Left foot steps back towards 5:00 as you execute a right outward block followed by a transition into a forward bow executing a left reverse punch

    Side A:
    Executes right downward elbow block followed by a right thrusting sword hand
    Side B:
    Executes a forward step through towards 9:00 while performing a left inside parry followed by a right outside parry / Follow through with a right eye slice using reverse motion execute a right back knuckle to Side A ribs

    Side A:
    Step up with your left foot and cover towards Side B executing a right outward block rotating into a right forward bow executing a left reverse punch
    Side B:
    Offset right leg covering towards Side A trapping Side B left hand and executing a right upward looping strike to Side A left elbow/ Follow up with a right snap kick

    Side A:
    Transition into a reverse bow executing a right vertical outside downward block
    Side B:
    Execute a right front twist as Side A blocks kick and unwind into a left neutral bow then step back with the left foot into a rear twist

    Side A:
    Execute a front forward crossover stepping out with an overhand back knuckle
    Side B:
    Execute a left horizontal upward block following up with a left front snap kick

    Side A:
    Execute a right 45 degree cat stance simultaneously with a right vertical outside downward block
    / Step out with your left foot assuming a left neutral bow simultaneously executing a left midsection uppercut
    Side B:
    Transition into a left forward bow executing a left horizontal downward block following up with a right vertical inward block (palm down) transitioning back to a neutral bow/ follow up with left sword hand to right side of Side A neck

    Side A:
    Execute a right horizontal upward block/pick up the block with the left hand and circle to the outside and down executing right hammer fist to Side B midsection
    Side B:
    Execute a left downward elbow block and ricochet into executing a left eye poke

    Side A:
    Counter grab Side B left wrist with your right hand and step back with your right foot/ Unwind into a left neutral bow executing a left serpent’s head strike at throat level
    Side B:
    Execute a right extended outward block and follow up with a left round elbow to Side A chest

    Side A:
    Execute a reverse step through assuming a right neutral bow as you execute a right vertical inward block ricocheting into a right straight punch towards Side B temple
    Side B:
    Execute a left horizontal upward block/ pick up block with right hand and circle in with the left hand executing an outward sword hand strike towards Side A neck

    Side A:
    Execute a hammering right inward block and settle deep with a right side elbow
    Side B:
    Step back with your left foot into a rear twist simultaneously executing a left vertical inward block/ Unwind into a right neutral bow executing a right palm heel strike to Side A ribs

    Side A:
    Transition into a forward bow and execute a left downward parry followed by a right front round kick
    Side B:
    Execute a right vertical inside downward block padding against the kick with your left hand. Rotate clockwise “throwing” the leg away and settling into a defensive posture with both hands over your head

    Side A:
    Rotate counter clock wise as the round kick is deflected and settle into a deep defensive posture
    Side B:
    Now performs Side A and Side A now performs Side B


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    Default Re: 2-Man Set (in writing)

    Mr. Billing's has 2-man in written version on his web site.

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    Here's the link. It's written in a couple of different ways.

    http://www.kenpo-texas.com/2manset.htm

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    Super cool! Thanks.
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    He has a lot of reference material there. Actually it's a major kenpo resource center.

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