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COMBINATION SEQUENCES


It is necessary to move in full balance switching from one technique to the next smoothly, fast, and in full power, shifting weight and position as required. It is also necessary to develop appropriate muscular control in order to efficiently achieve the alternations of tension and relative relaxation while delivering punches and kicks. In order to reach these goals, we have exercises we call Comseks, word coined from COMbinations SEQUences. It must be clearly understood that the purpose of the Comseks is to help the student develop the above attributes while studiously avoiding to freeze his reflex responses to predetermined sequences of attacks and defenses. He should develop his reflexes mainly by sparring against the widest possible variety of partners.

 

Comseks are not to be confused with kata; we are not fighting an opponent who attacks with a predetermined sequence. In fact, we are careful to avoid conditioning our reactions along these lines, because, in real life, this could be a serious handicap. We cannot expect our attacker to follow any particular series of moves. The only purpose of the following comseks is thus to develop balance, coordination, and smooth motions, while carefully avoiding set reactions.

 

COMSEKS:

 

1. Basic pattern (footwork only) sequence

2. Kicking/Punching/Pivoting sequence

3. The star pattern (kickboxing)

4. Take down sequence

5. Grappling sequence

6. Stickfighting sequence

7. Advanced reversal and counter attack sequence

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COMSEK 1
COMSEK 2
COMSEK 3
COMSEK 4
COMSEK 5
COMSEK 6
COMSEK 7 

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