USING MODIFICATIONS WHEN APPLYING COMBAT SEQUENCES
A common question many people ask, or think to themselves, is that as their opponents’ attacks and defences are random, how could combat sequences which are fixed in routine be useful in sparring or fighting. Our students who have gone through our sparring methodology should have no problem realizing that this is an academic question. If they have followed our sparring methodology they would have found the answer from their direct experience.
There is an important aspect of our sparring methodology, namely modification. The first sequence of Tantui is used to illustrate how this sequence alone can be employed against an opponent with random attacks and defences.
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