Sanchin Kyusho Tegumi

Part 17 in a Continuing Series

In this final section on the Sanchin Tegumi, we're going to be working with the Dragon style. As you've seen the prior weeks, we worked first with the White Crane concussive applications and then with the Black Tiger's compression and constriction applications.

Now we're going into the Dragon, which is a synthesis, working both applications to get the best out of your skills and to be able to synthesize fully so you can always apply one or the other or the both combined. It's a skill set that sometimes requires more more concussive applications or more compressive. This is why you need to be able to synthesize both on demand or transition smoothly between them as the situation demands. It can be tricky and does take quite a bit of experience and practice.

For this last action, we have the Wauke Set-up, the Wauke movement and then pulling back and up into the Closed Gate end posture. Even though this may seem a longer set of motions, it is not too complex for Street application. This is because the first application is a quick movement that done properly is a fight winner by itself. However if you miss the target, you have now the follow-up actions.

See the other knockouts and learn how to do them in the extended film - running time 21 Minutes

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