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    Default Playing with Reversing Mace

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKn_iF-djWQ


    Here is a clip from our class playing with Reversing Mace. We concentrated on not pushing the attacker's hand away by means of a perry, but rather moving up the circle with our body via a cross stance.

    Enjoy,
    Carl

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    Default Re: Playing with Reversing Mace

    I liked it ... the back of the neck is just crying out for a right elbow strike
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    Default Re: Playing with Reversing Mace

    glad ya liked it, I just realized that I need to keep my back straight on the looping, downward kick. HMMMMM....

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    Default Re: Playing with Reversing Mace

    That kick should bring him down and back towards his rear ... which is where I see that elbow strike on his way down
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    Default Re: Playing with Reversing Mace

    Very nice. I have been playing with this technique some to figure out how to get the maximum amount of power out of the looping downward round house kick. Play with this a little: after your back knuckle hit through the target (like triggered salute) and than tourque back (to your left side) with a right inward horizontal heel palm or heel palm claw immediately followed by the kick. I found that this doubles or triples the power of my kick.

    I have also seen people do a hammer fits instead of a back knuckle, but I prefer a back knuckle.
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    Default Re: Playing with Reversing Mace

    PK,

    Try the looping round house to the top of the calf. This way the attackers foot works as a bracing angle and man it hurts real nice. This is fun tech to play with.

    Yours in Kenpo,

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    Default Re: Playing with Reversing Mace

    Quote Originally Posted by blfycdq View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKn_iF-djWQ


    Here is a clip from our class playing with Reversing Mace. We concentrated on not pushing the attacker's hand away by means of a perry, but rather moving up the circle with our body via a cross stance.

    Enjoy,
    Carl
    Not quite. Still too much parry. Let your opponents strike cause the parry, you just move up the circle and obstruct.
    Sean

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    Default Re: Playing with Reversing Mace

    Quote Originally Posted by Alleydog View Post
    PK,

    Try the looping round house to the top of the calf. This way the attackers foot works as a bracing angle and man it hurts real nice. This is fun tech to play with.

    Yours in Kenpo,

    Mike G
    I have played with that one too. It totally buckled my partner out LOL.
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    Default Re: Playing with Reversing Mace

    Hey all,

    Thanks for all the feedback. I love the third person view, it helps me to determine the direction of the technique in regards to me.

    Carl from Hot Atlanta

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