Monday, December 5, 2016

Leading the mind

At the clinics we had with Sherman Harrill
he used to make a point that a simple touch to the arm
led the attackers mind to that touch.
Then a strike made following that touch,
would have greater effect.
 
 
This was not the only example he used,
 but I saved it from of 1996 clinic
because it made the point so well.


This is Sherman Harrill working with Garry Gerossie for the demonstration.
 
First a simple light strike which does not have great effect.
 


Then a simple touch to the wrist and the same light strike.




 
Not a devastating application,
just a simple principal which he used over and over
in his applications.


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