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    i've been thinking.. has anyone worked on or heard of a 'parrying set".. how im thinking it, is to compliment striking set.. with parries and hooks. to make it like a drill sort of.

    like the beginning would be since the right side of striking set is horizontal punch, backfist.. the left side of parrying set would be a downward crane, followed by an outward hooking parry. and you could altrenate sides, to the opposite side.. well the same side actually.. to create more of a variety..

    you probably wouldnt have to worry about the person doing striking set getting to far out of whack, because the strikes are pretty much rolling, and not re chambered. i havent figured out how to do the doubles yet. lol

    its something im going to start work on soon, just something that popped in my head after mentioning doing open hand attacks for striking set... should be fun and a learning experience. ill keep yall posted..

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    You may be on to something, there. Try working on "Trapping Set". I'm guessing that's what you're looking for.
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    I've actually played with it as a variation to blocking set. I was able to get the 10 parries to work just fine using that method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikael151 View Post
    You may be on to something, there. Try working on "Trapping Set". I'm guessing that's what you're looking for.
    You beat me to it. I was going to recommend the same thing.

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    i prolly wont learn trapping till around brown, right? kinda a lil ways off lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfarnsworth View Post
    I've actually played with it as a variation to blocking set. I was able to get the 10 parries to work just fine using that method.
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    Parrying set sounds like it would make a great drill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madeku View Post
    i prolly wont learn trapping till around brown, right? kinda a lil ways off lol.
    Depends on your instructor and class makeup. In Mr. Hilderbrand's garage, we have 1-3 Orange belts any given night. If we're working on it-they are, too. Stay around for advanced class and ask Mr. Smith about it.
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