DOG BROTHERS 1 available at Whatstudy
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This DVD is based on “Combining Stick & Footwork”. CS&F was the first DVD for Dog Brothers Martial Arts and was the first DVD after our “Real Contact Stickfighting” series. As a fighter and as a teacher, it’s my experience that most people don’t move their feet well in good integration with their hitting during a fight. It is also my experience that most Caucasian people feel incredibly when going through the necessary training to achieve skills that will actually show up in the adrenal state. This is why CS&F took a “basic building blocks” type of approach.
The Snaggletooth Variations, on the other hand, although it starts with the “basic power combo”, which is something I find extremely important, practical and accessible to people relatively early on in their path in popping their opponents’ bubbles and head cracking, has more than its material aimed at professionals and intermediate and advanced fighters. The concepts, material, and progression of training will take some time for most people to absorb.
It is intensely bilateral, both in its groundwork and its stickwork. It is both single stick and double stick– but in double stick, due to progression, or stick can and should act as single stick.
Bilateralism is the basis for 360 degrees skills. It works with the concept of “block attacking” (and if you’ve worked with our “Attacking Blocks” DVD, this will help).
As you progress, Snaggletooth variations “shatter the mirror”. The “mirror” is our term for patterns where right always meets right, left always meets left, etc. Breaking the mirror means left meets right or vice versa. Breaking the mirror means that fusions are part of the repertoire, not just caters.
In the Snaggletooth variations I am assisted by Guro Cão, who, as is always the case, does an excellent job. Because there is a strong flavor of Lameco in the material, the extra footage includes an interesting lesson on training Punong Guro Edgar Sulite Salty Dog in my backyard.
Dog Brothers Attacking BlocksIf you want to get close to a fight but you can’t, all your skills are not irrelevant. There are two basic forms of close-hitting and blocking. Slamming our way into the tight ranges is great when you have that kind of advantage, but when you can’t, attack blocks are just the thing.
The name “Attack Blocks” itself sounds like an oxymoron – the word “block” sounds reactive and defensive, how can one “attack” with blocks? If you have the answer to this question, your fighting skills have a new dimension and the door to all kinds of possibilities is yours.
After a brief review of the 7 Ranges and where this material fits into it, Guro Crafty teaches the infinite loop pattern “Attacking Blocks Pattern Right 1A”. This simple yet sophisticated pattern allows training partners to both cultivate their head protection and block attacks and come out of those moves with a knockout shot.
The next section of the DVD then shows how to use the pattern as a “generator” from which to practice applying techniques in a living way. Techniques are organized according to the degree of success of the crash (all the way to the ground, foot grab, cut, medium, etc.) and include techniques especially suited for the smaller fighter to use on the larger one.
So, “If you see him taught, you see him fought” -this is Martial Arts Dog Brothers! Its time for action, which starts with a study performed on headshots. See what happens when fighters get hit in the head – with and without a helmet! Things then move on to seeing the attacking blocks in action!
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