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    Default November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    Traditionally, this trapping drill is referred to as Hubud Lubud, or literally "tie-up and untie" and is used in the Filipino Martial Arts performed with and without weapons, designed to increase coordination, timing and awareness, in a repetitive, cyclic manner. The full title of this drill is Hubad Higot Lubad (To tie, wipe and untie)

    The basic form is as follows:

    Attacker throws a straight punch
    Defender parries with palm of left hand to attackers inside
    Defender then circle-deflects with right hand
    Defender then throws an attack (chop, hand sword, backhand)
    Attacker is now defender, repeat.

    This is for 3 count. There are several variations.

    1 example (poor) is found here:
    Trapping Hands - Bob Hubbard & Susan Spann (4.26MB Quicktime - no sound)
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    I know the description calls this an FMA drill, but I first saw it while studying Kenpo in 2001, and later at a kenpo camp.

    I prefer the 3 count or 2 count versions, adding in some foot work depending on angle and movement.

    From the initial parry-grab, or parry-deflect you have numerous options.
    parry outside and slide up the inside to deliver an elbow to the jar, a handsword to the neck, or an beck to the temple (if you're that precise.). You also can work this on the outside.

    Attacker throws a lead hand punch (right hand in this example), you parry with left hand across your body while stepping to the left, grab his arm with right hand while rechambering the left arm and pulling him slightly off balance with the grab. Nor strike forward with a forearm to the elbow, dislocating it. (I'll try and put a clip up showing this a little clearer shortly)
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    Having studied some modern arnis and kombatan arnis I think that this drill has a lot of value. A version of it is actually contained in the AKKI universal set. The basic movements can also be found in some of the techniques in American kenpo, just not as an outlined reactive drill. I think working these movements as a drill teaches (my favorites anyways);

    adhesion,
    sensitivity to movement,
    visualizing angles of attack,
    reacting to angles of attack,
    range,
    fluid movement

    I know there are a ton of other things that it touches on but these are a few of the high points for me. I agree with the footwork you spoke of Bob, you can do this moving in and out, switches, knee checks, buckles, just apply the movement with in the drill and you learn to incoorporate both halves and you can work it more dimentionally.
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    I love hubud lubud! It is one of my favorite drills. Combine Hubud Lubud with SD techniques and you get some interesting results, much like Mr. Whitson's Kenpo Counterpoint drills.

    For myself the hardest part when first learning Hubud Lubud was relaxing. I was too stiff. It was this drill that really drove home the concept of being relaxed until just the moment of impact to avoid 'constipated motion'. After learning Hubud Lubud my execution of techniques became much more fluid. At the same time I was also learning Two Man Set (which if I could find a partner I would love to put a video up) and Hubud Lubud made Two Man Set easier.

    Another fun twist is to add weapons to the drill, 1 stick, 2 sticks, 1 knife ect.
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    I like tripping people up with it when we spar...they sooo don't expect it
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    nice clip guys.
    I noticed that you were working the drill just outside of striking distance. Do you ever do it w/in striking distance? Does that make a difference??

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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    Thanks.
    Clips a "quickie" we whipped up. I'm hoping to put together a better one shortly.

    But, yes. Range and movement are added and varied.
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    Several years ago Tim Hartman taught this at one of Paul Dawdy's camps. It was great and helps some of the people who spent more time fighting themselves than defending against an opponent to loosen up.

    Bob you mention creating some new clips of this, they would be much appreciated by all of us on the site.
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    awesome drill. I'll have to give it a shot next time I get the chance
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Broad View Post
    Several years ago Tim Hartman taught this at one of Paul Dawdy's camps. It was great and helps some of the people who spent more time fighting themselves than defending against an opponent to loosen up.

    Bob you mention creating some new clips of this, they would be much appreciated by all of us on the site.
    Will see what I can pull together.
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

    Maybe you and Tim Hartman could film a tiny segment at Jeff Blay's this weekend.
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    Default Re: November 2005 Technique #2 - Hubad Drill

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