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    Default New LTKKA Tip of the Week

    http://www.ltatum.com/movies/week46/...eekMedW46.html

    Where does he come up with this stuff LOL? I love it.
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    Default Re: New LTKKA Tip of the Week

    Quote Originally Posted by parkerkarate View Post
    Where does he come up with this stuff ?
    He asks, and hits at the very end, that this is pulled out of Long Form 3. Although, we learn it at our school as Crashing Wings / Dominating Circles, I suppose you could consider it against a slippery opponent in Crashing Wings only.

    Also, we learn that after the crash, we want to trap the bad guys arms as we cat and base, so we know where he is. He would not be able to duck under my outward elbow. I could just track up his arm, couldn't I?

    Certainly, he is fast, and he is violent. And that is what Kenpo is about, isn't it?

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    Default Re: New LTKKA Tip of the Week

    Well I agree that if you trap both arms (as I have learned it), then there should be no escaping the elbow. But this is still a good what-if defense just in case the attacker slips your grip.
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    Default Re: New LTKKA Tip of the Week

    Good clip as always.

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    All I can say is.....OUCH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by michaeledward View Post
    He asks, and hits at the very end, that this is pulled out of Long Form 3. Although, we learn it at our school as Crashing Wings / Dominating Circles, I suppose you could consider it against a slippery opponent in Crashing Wings only.

    Also, we learn that after the crash, we want to trap the bad guys arms as we cat and base, so we know where he is. He would not be able to duck under my outward elbow. I could just track up his arm, couldn't I?

    Certainly, he is fast, and he is violent. And that is what Kenpo is about, isn't it?
    LOL very true and that is a big part of Kenpo. I figured out what he was doing once he showed the poke before he went into the actual "technique."
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