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    Default Technique of the month Suggestion

    Have a favorite or infamous technique you'd like to see here?

    Here's the place to suggest it.

    If we choose your suggestion, we will contact you for a walk-through.
    If you have a photo-step-by-step or better yet, a video clip to illustrate the technique it'll be even better.

    You can send video clips to webmaster@kenpotalk.com and I will be happy to post them to the video library for you as well.

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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Hubbard
    Have a favorite or infamous technique you'd like to see here?

    Here's the place to suggest it.

    If we choose your suggestion, we will contact you for a walk-through.
    If you have a photo-step-by-step or better yet, a video clip to illustrate the technique it'll be even better.

    You can send video clips to webmaster@kenpotalk.com and I will be happy to post them to the video library for you as well.

    Thank you.
    You've got to love thundering hammers or parting wings, with the extensions of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parkerkarate
    You've got to love thundering hammers or parting wings, with the extensions of course.
    I second both of those!!!!! I absolutely love thundering hammers and parting wings!

    Leaping Crane is another purple belt favorite of mine, also Gathering Clouds which is in the crane family.
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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    I need walkthroughs, and some videos so we can pick the Dec. TOM.
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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    I can provide the colored belt part of the walk through and video if you dont mind there is no uke for me to demo on. I'm leaning towards Parting Wings becuase there is so much to talk about in that technique, stances, minor and major moves, all of it.
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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    That is a great choice.
    Quality outweighs quantity every time.

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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    Charging Ram or any of the Ram series.

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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    I kinda like the different Staff Sets A, B and C, sort of "aikidoish"...Bite of Bear and Leveling the Face are kinda cool in their simplicity and utter brutality.



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    Quote Originally Posted by WristTwist
    I kinda like the different Staff Sets A, B and C, sort of "aikidoish"...Bite of Bear and Leveling the Face are kinda cool in their simplicity and utter brutality.
    Unfortunately, I believe you are the only person here who knows those techniques.

    I believe Bob is preparing Decembers Technique,and it should be online later today or sometime tommorrow.
    Quality outweighs quantity every time.

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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    Oh, sorry, I thought the "Staff Set" series was common, they are just defenses against people coming at your with weapons from different directions, commited overhand, roundhouse and backhand...kinda using the persons momentum against them and generally disarming, sort neat...

    Bite of Bear is just clinching with somebody when they come at you and biting them in the neck...Leveling the Face is biting their nose off...kinda brutal brown belt level techniques in my system...I am not a Brown Belt yet but picked up the technique by evesdropping...

    I really gotta get more info about the lineage of the style I am studying...



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    Alright great! Parting wing it is. The first point of debate being do you swing your arms way out wide or keep 'em in tight considering you are faster and can deliver more damage with his forward momentum.
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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    On Parting Wings... the initial strikes... i like to keep it tight!


    LOL,

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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    The arms need to be close and tight as you block the two-hand high push but make sure you don't stop the motion as you block. Instead, round your corner from the blocks to the initial handsword.


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    i like to apply the initial blocks in a 'box' formation... square wrists to elbows... and use the attacks continuing force to squeeze me into the high left eye-rake and low heel palm under the ribs. to me, it exemplifies the linear to circular patterns in the universal symbol.

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    One thing I think people tend to forget about this technique is keeping their elbows in. There is a lot of "Universal Pattern" motion in this technique, sometimes though I think that people have a tendacy to get to flying on this technique and leave the elbows out or up instead of keeping them anchored.
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    are you going to make a vid clip, rob.........i want to see more of you beating on your students.....lol

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    Default Re: Suggest a technique

    Quote Originally Posted by parkerkarate
    You've got to love thundering hammers or parting wings, with the extensions of course.
    I ve always liked thundering hammers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter
    ...people have a tendacy to get to flying on this technique and leave the elbows out or up instead of keeping them anchored.
    yes, also excessive shoulder rotation resulting in a closing of the back.

    pete

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    Default Technical Study And Grafting

    DELAYED SWORD.
    SWORD OF DESTRUCTION.
    DEFLECTING HAMMER.
    CLUTCHING FEATHERS.
    LONE KIMONO.
    FIVE SWORDS.
    &
    SNAPPING TWIG.

    Really take a good look at these techniques in detail...I'll be posting more ideas later on about some of the variations and and grafting.

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    DELAYED SWORD ( Pinning Version ) To SWORD OF DESTRUCTION

    Let's assume that for some strange reason that when you execute the Right Front Ball Kick to the opponents groin or knee...The opponent does not react by bending over as expected. You should still execute a Right Outward Thrusting Handsword to the neck while still maintaining the Left Hand Pinning Check.

    Now WHAT IF your opponent somewhat checks your WIDTH ZONE inward on the outside of your right arm as you attempted to execute your Right outward Thrusting Handsword...This action should set up your next reaction to move into a modified DELAYED SWORD technique on the outside of the opponent's right arm.

    Suggestions For Study:

    1. What types of inserted checks or strikes could or would you use ?
    2. How would you modify your footwork to increase or decrease your range?
    3. Are there any new lines of entry?
    4. Does your timing change?
    5. Could you go into a takedown with your Right Inward Horizontal Elbow Strike?
    6. What if you deleted the Right Inward Horizontal Elbow Strike...Could you run a modified CLUTCHING FEATHERS of SNAPPING TWIG technique?

    Play with it and see what you come up with. I would love to read your ideas.

    GOD BLESS

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