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    Default Inside a right punch with Triggered Salute

    Ok,

    Here is the clip. Sorry for mistake earlier, it was a firewall I could not navigate.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNV1mzge-lA

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    Default Re: Inside a right punch with Triggered Salute

    Thanks for this video, Triggered Salute is one of those techniques that I'm not very fond of, so anytime someone posts info on this, I'm eager to read or see what they post to help me with it.

    Let me ask you, is the instructor skipping the first movement before the hook to the arm, that being the palm heel to the chin? It looked perhaps like either he skipped it, or modified it into a hammerfist that rakes across the face and then strikes the arm. Or is he just moving so fast that I can't see it?
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    You looked like you confused th heck out of your student. LOL. It was interesting though.
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    A gi with arm sleeves, untattered. I'm much happier now.

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    You looked like you confused th heck out of your student. LOL. It was interesting though.


    Long class, we were tired...thanks!

    Carl

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    A gi with arm sleeves, untattered. I'm much happier now.

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    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Inside a right punch with Triggered Salute

    Thanks for this video, Triggered Salute is one of those techniques that I'm not very fond of, so anytime someone posts info on this, I'm eager to read or see what they post to help me with it.

    Let me ask you, is the instructor skipping the first movement before the hook to the arm, that being the palm heel to the chin? It looked perhaps like either he skipped it, or modified it into a hammerfist that rakes across the face and then strikes the arm. Or is he just moving so fast that I can't see it?
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    Yep,

    It was modified for a right punch. The concept and movement is the same although.

    Carl

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    Okay I see it now... thanks!
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    Default Re: Inside a right punch with Triggered Salute

    OKAY...
    constructive criticism.....



    KEEP DOING THAT!!
    Good goin man, that's the best one you've done yet. Good lighting, good audio, and Excellent execution. I also loved that you talked about what you were doing as you went along. I LOVED it!!!!
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    Default Re: Inside a right punch with Triggered Salute

    OKAY...
    constructive criticism.....



    KEEP DOING THAT!!
    Good goin man, that's the best one you've done yet. Good lighting, good audio, and Excellent execution. I also loved that you talked about what you were doing as you went along. I LOVED it!!!!
    thanks


    Hey,

    Glad ya liked it! Sometimes while I am learning, I have noticed that I seem to talk things out and through....I could see my own wheels spinning!

    Thanks again,
    Carl

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