Piercing Lance (Front- Right Knife Thrust, your Arms Up)
1. An attacker at 12 o'clock comes at you with a right knife thrust.

2. Standing in a left neutral bow, with your hands raised, step your right foot to 7:30 as you simultaneously execute a right hooking outward downward parry to the outside of your attacker's right wrist, redirecting the weapon to 4:30. As your parry makes contact, execute a left palm parry to the outside of your attacker's right elbow. Slide your left hand to your attacker's right wrist and grab it.

3. Slide your right foot clockwise towards 1 o'clock into a left neutral bow to buckle your attacker's right leg with your right leg. (Your left hand is still grabbing your attacker's right.) Simultaneously execute a right back elbow strike to your attacker's right or left ribcage, depending upon how you line up to your attacker and what is available.

4. Instantly step your right foot counterclockwise to 8 o'clock into a right neutral bow as your right hand now changes place with your left by grabbing your attacker's right wrist (have your left hand form the shape of a crane and hook onto left side of your attacker's neck and throat.) Without any hesitation drop down into a left wide kneel facing 1 o'clock as you pull your attacker down with both of your hands forcing back of opponent's right elbow onto your left knee in order to cause an arm break. (Your left hand will fulcrum on top of your attacker's right shoulder and back.)

5. Grab your attacker's right wrist with your left and assist your right hand in twisting your attacker's wrist counterclockwise as you step your left foot back to 9 o'clock into a left wide kneel facing 9 o'clock. As you step, simultaneously have both of your hands force your attacker's knife (if they are still holding onto the knife) into your attacker's throat.

6. Grab your attacker's right wrist with your right hand. As you release your left hand grab, shift it so it grabs the back of your attacker's right hand (reverse it clockwise with your left palm facing away from you). As your left hand twists your attacker's right hand clockwise to sprain or break the wrist, wrap your attacker's left arm around your left leg. Rotate your left hand clockwise while pushing down on your attacker's right elbow with a right palm strike to possibly dislocate your attacker's right shoulder.

7. Regrab your attacker's right wrist with your right hand (clockwise and palm out; under your attacker's wrist) as your left hand releases its grab. Instantly pivot into a left reverse bow as your right hand maintains its grab and twists your attacker's arm clockwise. Simultaneous with the twist and pivot, execute a left palm strike to your attacker's right elbow to break (again).

8. Cock your left leg and execute a left heel stomp to the right side of your attacker's neck as both of your hands grab and pull up (toward you) on your attacker's arm to cause further shoulder dislocation.

9. Force your attacker's arm to the ground and execute a left front crossover stomp on top of your attacker's right wrist.

10. Cross out twice toward 4:30.