look at 151 and realize that 1:48 to 1:50 is the setup, and 151 is the affect.
1:51 shows how by being on the outside of the attackers right arm we now have a bracing angle (our left hand, anchored elbow to a horse stance) that maintains the attackers posture and orientation. When Juan slips the punch he initiates the rotation into the first punch. That punch can be straight, vertical, round or inverted horizontal (not uppercut) punches. Landing to a horse as both hands execute utilize their predetermined tools is not going to be affective outside the ideal. Slipping the punch is a good alternative to train and it shows how time management (by going to the outside and riding the attack) puts you into Ideal/EvenIf/Ideal.
Survey. Gary, research how Survey is used in the Ideal Phase.
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