Combinations & Sparring Concepts

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Concepts for Combinations Practice

1.  Entries

      -  Angles

      -  Distance control, checks and posting

      -  Proactive Defensive Gestures

      -  Threat and Variable

      -  Feinting & Projected Intention

      -  Funneling & Predictive Logic

      -  Threaten Takedowns

     

2. Exit strategies

      -  Transition to another Combination

      -  Angle out/rotate,

      -  Hold your Ground

      -  Slide out slide in (Drawing them out)

      -  Defensive gestures

      -  Intercept their turn

      -  Clinch

      -  Punctuate with a takedown

      -  Invade their space

Taekwondo Blocking

Elements of Defense

1.  Footwork

2.  Blocking and Parrying

3.  Head Movement

4.  Awareness of Surroundings

5.  Pattern Recognition

6.  Consolidation of and Motion/Energy

7.  Built in Defenses

8.  Control Distance and Pace

9.  Pressure exposure

10.  Funneling

Elements of Offense

1.  Footwork

2.  Changes in Timing

3.  Changes in Distance

4.  Changes in Direction

5.  Changes in Elevation

6.  Setting and Breaking Patterns

7.  Applying and Releasing Pressure

8.  Fundamentals, Combinations, & Tactics

9.  Fitness / Endurance

10.  Aggression

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