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Re: Sanda: Kung Fu created a solution, then threw it away

PostPosted: Wed Oct 21, 2020 3:47 pm
by johnwang
rojcewiczj wrote:When I'm sparring, I choose to think like a wrestler who can strike without stopping their wrestling.

- A striker thinks about to land a punch on his opponent's face. Since his opponent is a moving object, this is difficult to do.
- A wrestler thinks about to control his opponent's leading arm. Since his opponent needs to use leading arm to deal with punch, this is much easier task.

Re: Sanda: Kung Fu created a solution, then threw it away

PostPosted: Thu Nov 12, 2020 6:14 pm
by johnwang
If you add a kick (or kicks combo) in front of each drill in the following list, you will create a Sanda form as: kick (or kicks), punch, punch, punch, kick (or kicks), punch, punch, punch, ...

1. jab, cross
2. jab, cross, hook
3. jab, hook, cross
4. jab, hook, uppercut
5. jab, uppercut, cross
- ...

Will this make Sanda simple and easy to learn?

Your thought?