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wouldn't finger set 1 and 2 bridge that gap?

November 20 2011 at 12:33 AM
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Clark  (Login CFAK)
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Response to outer perimeter vs. outer rim


Thus shrinking the rim and perimeter due to the depths of action that the open hand strikes travel through to reach their targets.

What does the attacker feel when perimeter and rim are moving in to his attack as opposed to moving away from his attack?

The finger sets manipulate the depth of action between the attacker and defender, so why not bridge the gap with a weapon that can be a penetration or a manipulation?

"or outer rim is contact penetration range. outer perimeter is contact range"

Go through, not just to... yeah, got that. But for me, the moving sets that have multiple angles and ranges for using strikes and blocks are a better example.


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