HUNG GAR FAMILY FIST
Gaining the understanding of the Forms by practicing its moves and visualizing the purpose of those moves is just the beginning. The ultimate goal of a practitioner is to apply the moves learned from the Forms onto a fight. First, it is essential for the practitioner to select a sequence of moves from the Form making them into one technique. Second, the practitioner will practice that newly developed technique visualizing the moves within an imaginary fight. This technique is first practiced at a slow pace and slowly increasing speed as the practitioner becomes more comfortable and proficient with the moves. Total awareness of the moves and body posture and balance is maintained throughout the exercise.
the practitioner begins to practice his newly acquired technique in a control
fight. The selection, development, proficient execution, and mixing of
several techniques by the practitioner is the fighting goal of a practitioner.
We train so that when we face a threat and have to defend ourselves we are sure
to properly execute our techniques to the point of either neutralize or
eliminate the threat. There are many benefits to training. But the real
reason for training is to either neutralize or eliminate an eminent threat. Any
other reason given for training is nothing more than an excuse.
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