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    Default Retreating Pendulum

    Let's discuss and analyze this technique (base and/or extension).

    Please give your thoughts and how you teach (or were taught) this technique.


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    Default Re: Retreating Pendulum

    Still waiting for some feedback here....


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    Default Re: Retreating Pendulum

    One important lesson to be learned in Retreating Pendulum is mirroring the footwork of your opponent.

    Also, once you do the downward block, try to get the right side kick in before the opponent’s right kicking leg hits the ground.

    Here's a question: why do we do the reverse bow to buckle the opponent's leg after the hammerfist? In other words why don't we just keep hitting him after the block, side kick, and hammer? Larry Tatum posed this question to us in Las Vegas last June.


    Jamie Seabrook

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