It’s one thing to be able to survive in the chaos but it’s another to use that to gain an advantage or to know when it’s time to get out.
This course will teach some methods you can use to get out of the chaos by flanking and getting the best position with relative safety.
|Introduction to Flanking||FREE||00:05:00|
|As it sounds, the purpose of this level is to "catch" the attacking limb. That mostly means to interrupt the flow of attacks sufficiently enough to redirect, flank, or produce space for further disruption or countering and ultimately fleeing.|
|More Latching and Hooking||00:08:00|
|Latching and hooking are necessary aspects of attachment to an opponent, along with catching but the purpose is not only to defend but to create a stronger or better angle to work from.|
|The ultimate goal of some of the hand methods is to get "offline" from the attacks and the best way to do that is through flanking.|
|Beginning Drills Catches, Latches, and Hooks||00:10:00|
|Flanking and Attachment Scenarios||00:10:00|
|Stacking with Attachment||00:02:00|