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King Sleepless
12/22/2006 4:08am,
Do you agree or disagree that those "one-step" self-defense things are effective? I think they are, I mean, what's the difference between practicing a preconceived attack and say like, shadow boxing? Or learning to slip a punch? Agree? Disagree?

LolodesBois
12/22/2006 4:27am,
What do you call 1 step SD ?

You mean A launches a jab B Slip punch and strikes as well ?

Punisher
12/22/2006 4:29am,
As a small part of you overall training, sure. If done exclusively? No way.

feedback
12/22/2006 4:29am,
Are you talking about TKD's 1 step self defense? A: *Kyup* (lunge punch) B: *kyup* (outside block, reverse punch)

Virus
12/22/2006 4:34am,
Do you agree or disagree that those "one-step" self-defense things are effective? I think they are, I mean, what's the difference between practicing a preconceived attack and say like, shadow boxing? Or learning to slip a punch? Agree? Disagree?

Is it effective? Why don't you fly to Canada and try it out on Cracky.

Roidie McDouchebag
12/22/2006 4:42am,
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Jaxot
12/22/2006 4:45am,
Here is my one step defense. One step in the other direction of the enemy followed by a lot of other quick and consecutive steps.

Steve
12/22/2006 4:49am,
Learning to 'slip' a punch and shadow boxing are two different things entirely.

First off, shadow boxing involves one person...

feedback
12/22/2006 5:16am,
http://shootagainamusements.com/itsatrap/akbar.jpg

It's a delicious shellfish!

Roidie McDouchebag
12/22/2006 5:50am,
Exactly.

S8M
12/22/2006 5:57am,
I agree that it's an effective training tool if used properly as part of a whole system. Better than standing in horse stance punching the air.

DAYoung
12/22/2006 6:40am,
T3H STR33T

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bassai
12/22/2006 6:53am,
If used in the correct context as in basic timing/coordination training they have some use , beyond that they breed false confidence if relied on.

Anna Kovacs
12/22/2006 6:54am,
T3H STR33T

http://members.aol.com/julio36283/HEIAN_SHOBUNKAI_NI1.gif

Man, i can't tell you how many times that's happened to me. It's good to see practical solutions to real world problems in the martial arts.

DAYoung
12/22/2006 7:00am,
Man, i can't tell you how many times that's happened to me. It's good to see practical solutions to real world problems in the martial arts.

It's like Black Belt keeps telling me: 'situational awareness'. If you see a blue background, beware, 'cause someone's going to grab your shoulder.

Anna Kovacs
12/22/2006 7:02am,
I just keep my eyes peeled for guys in gi's with one hand in hikite.