The Overhand Right

2 Comments

  • Yeshi phuntsok

    Reply Reply April 8, 2019

    Hey trav doesnt shifting stance and creating angles telegraphs our attacks ,the opponent may easily anticipates our movement or is there a way of doing it nontelegraphic ?

    • Trav

      Reply Reply April 8, 2019

      Nope… it doesn’t telegraph your movement. Even if it did, your opponent still has to move in order to follow you. He has to execute a counter-movement to face you… otherwise you get to fight on his flank. And yes, you can do an attack in conjunction with your angle change. For example, if your left foot is in the front of your stance, you could step to the left with your overhand, and then pivot on the left foot (executing a ‘basic angle change) to face your opponent. Now you’ve moved slightly onto an angle, while attacking, and your opponent has to turn to face.

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