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Try these footwork patterns: Stepping forward in a low bow/front stance as you push the broom, alternating legs. It will be a challenge to actually effect the sweeping while doing this. Fighting stance: step back foot together with front foot, step front foot out to fighting stance. Do right foot forward going one way, left foot forward coming back. ...


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In JKD we call those flow drills and the speed is increased gradually when both partners aquire greater skill at doing the drill. The basic focus of the drill is to teach a specific neural muscular response to a specific situation. In order to do that it is important to first have the proper form which can be taught by doing first the drill at slow speed ...



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