Class Structure

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  1. Azulx

    Azulx Black Belt

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    What does a typical class consist of at your school?
     
  2. Kung Fu Wang

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    principle -> techniques

    You explain 1 principle. You then map into many techniques.

    For example,

    principle - kick low, punch high
    techniques can be:

    - groin kick, face punch,
    - foot sweep, hay-maker to the side of the head,
    - side kick, neck chop,
    - ...

    For each technique, you then map into it's counters, and also counters for those counters.

    For each technique you can expand it into a tree. For each principle, you can expand it into a forest. For all your principles, you can expand it into a set of forest.

    - A technique is a tree.
    - A principle is a forest.
    - A MA system is a set of forest.
     
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    Rolling before class starts. Warm up, repping drills, move of the day, rolling123
     

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