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Friday, May 20, 2005

Not much to tell, really. Forearms were sore enough to necessitate balur treatments last night and immediately upon waking up this morning. Gotta love Cimande (notice the spelling, whoever updates the Club website ;)).

Had a whole new world open up in the area of high wing weapon deflections vs. high backhand strikes (i.e. most kali systems' "Angle 2"). The best way I can explain it is that I'm now thinking of this moves and other moves more "three dimensionally" than I have been. That is, rather than just dealing with things that come into my "bubble," I'm learning how to think of moving my bubble, so to speak. Moving it forward, hopefully to cram it down someone's gob ;).


datu_b said...


It turns a deflection into a jam into an entrance; a hit into a miss, a miss into a hit etc. etc. It allows you to use a roof top deflection against an angle 2. Good stuff.