TWO APPROACHES IN LEARNING COMBAT APPLICATION
There are two main approaches in learning combat application in both unarmed and armed combat, namely situation-pattern approach and pattern=situation approach. In the situation-pattern approach we examine various combat situations and find out suitable patterns from our sword set to handle these situations. In the pattern-situation approach we find out how the various patterns in our sword set can be used in combat. Here, Grandmaster Wong demonstrates some important ways how a sword should and should not be used in combat.
Two Approaches in Learning Combat Application
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