CHANGING LEG MODES AND BRIDGING GAPS
When you add a sequence to another sequence, you may have to make some footwork adjustments. Two common adjustments are changing leg modes and bridging gaps. Be sure to cover your opponent adequately when you attack. Footwork adjustments are also necessary when responding to an opponent's moves.
|Adjusting Footwork||Continuation by Responder||Adjusting Footwork|
|Add One Sequence||Husband and Wife|
|Husband and Wife||Spontaneous Sparring||Spontaneous Sparring|
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