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May 7 2009 at 9:15 PM
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Jim P  (Login mvkarate)
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..with everything you've said. And I like your analogy about ending the dialogue and turning it into a monologue. Cool. Over here on the East coast ( in my group, anyway ) we don't do Alternating Maces, we recognize it, but we don't do it, due to the position you put him in after the block, I don't feel that there's a good angle of incidence for the punch to open his centerline. It's been so long since I've run it, I'm not even really sure where the punch after the block goes. ( sternum? ). Saw Graham Lelliot and Gary Ellis running it at a Camp I was just at this past weekend. First time seeing Mr. Lelliot, man was he good. We do however, do Aggressive Twins, and Attacking Mace as our beginner examples of showing how to open their centerline. Good post, good discussion - JP

 
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