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    Default Why are the techniques listed in the order in which they are listed?

    Why are the techniques listed in the order in which they are listed? What was ED Parker trying to get us to see? Was his order motion based or logic based? Both? Or something else?

    Why this order?

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    Default Re: Why are the techniques listed in the order in which they are listed?

    It is my understanding that the order of the techniques is based on the severity of the attack, example a grap is less threatening then a push which is less threaening then a punch, or a kick< then a weapon attack
    if you look at the different belt levels in my curriculum any way they all start with a grab then a push then a punch< kick< weapon etc>
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    Default Re: Why are the techniques listed in the order in which they are listed?

    It is my understanding that the order of the techniques is based on the severity of the attack, example a grap is less threatening then a push which is less threaening then a punch, or a kick< then a weapon attack
    if you look at the different belt levels in my curriculum any way they all start with a grab then a push then a punch< kick< weapon etc>


    Yes, I agree with the above, however I believe that there is more to it than the above and the web of knowlege.

    Hmmm......

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