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Old 11-14-2003, 06:42 AM   #13
happysod
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Kevin, agree with you on this. Also, if every attack can be considered just a faint for the second more dangerous attack (the weapon), the initial attack becomes either floppy or the one to be ignored.

However, I do agree with using the non-involved hand as a test of body position/distance when you're working on this area. Also, in developing an awareness of feinting attacks and how to prevent yourself form overcomitting in defence.
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