Favorite Technique

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  1. MJS

    MJS Administrator Staff Member

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    I know there are alot of them, but I thought it would be interesting to see what everyones favorite techniques are for the following:

    Straight Punch(either right or left)

    Front Kick (either leg)

    Roundhouse punch (right or left)

    Front Push

    Bear Hug (front or rear)

    Lapel Grab (one or 2 hand)

    Club Attack

    Knife Attack
     
  2. michaeledward

    michaeledward Grandmaster

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    At the moment .... and without much thought

    Straight Punch ..... Circling Destruction
    Front Kick ..... Defensive Cross
    Roundhouse punch ...... Unfurling Crane
    Front Push ..... Snaking Talons
    Bear Hug ....... Crashing Wings
    Lapel Grab .......Raking Mace
    Club Attack ...... Securing the Storm
    Knife Attack ...... Glancing Lance

    If you ask me tomorrow, you may get different answers. And, I do not make claims at being able to run these techniques "well". Glancing Lance, especially ... maybe in another five or ten years.
     
  3. IWishToLearn

    IWishToLearn 3rd Black Belt

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    I study the IKCA curriculum and I'm a neo-neo-neo-neo-pre technique learning-phyte in SL4, but my favs are Sword of Destruction and Delayed Sword. From those two I can draw parallels and relationships to a ton of other techs, be it the IKCA or the Parker curriculum. Can't say much for the SL4 curriculum cause I haven't learned an SL4 tech yet...and if Doc reads this I'ma be in trouble for not practicing as much as I should be due to my limited free time heh.
     
  4. Big Don

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    Straight Punch(either right or left)
    Thundering Hammers
    Front Kick (either leg)
    Buckling Branch
    Roundhouse punch (right or left)
    Shielding Hammer (love that Marriage of Gravity)
    Front Push
    Parting Wings
    Bear Hug (front or rear)
    Spiraling Twig
    Lapel Grab (one or 2 hand)
    Lone Kimono
    Club Attack
    Obstructing the Storm
    Knife Attack
    Hmm, I don't know.
     
  5. scchuck

    scchuck White Belt

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    Triggered Salute
    Obscure Wing
    Thundering Hamers

    I like 'em because they seem to be some of the most practical for probable attacks.

    Courting the Tiger
    Gathering of the Snakes
    Snakes of Wisdom

    Because they are just plain fun to do.
     
  6. bushidomartialarts

    bushidomartialarts Senior Master

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    Straight Punch(either right or left)....Thundering Hammers

    Front Kick (either leg)....Intellectual Departure

    Roundhouse punch (right or left)....Five Swords

    Front Push....Blinding Sacrifice

    Bear Hug (front or rear)....Spiraling Twig

    Lapel Grab (one or 2 hand)....Mace of Aggression

    Club Attack....Capturing the Storm

    Knife Attack....Raining Lance
     
  7. Jeff Harvey

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    Straight Punch(either right or left) SLEEPER

    Front Kick (either leg) SWINGING PENDULUM

    Roundhouse punch (right or left) FIVE SWORDS

    Front Push PARTING WINGS

    Bear Hug (front or rear) THRUSTING PRONGS

    Lapel Grab (one or 2 hand) TWIN KIMONO

    Club Attack DEFYING THE STORM

    Knife Attack Haven't Made It That Far Yet
     
  8. MMAkid1

    MMAkid1 Yellow Belt

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    Straight Right: Circling Serpent

    Front Kick(Streetfighter's): Bolo (Although it is for both a punch and kick at the same time)

    Roundhouse Right: Stopping the Storm (But I like to add on to it with a collapsing elbow and so on)

    Front Push: (Can't Remember what it is called but you step back into a LNB outward block both hands from inside right hand raking fist stepping forward with a spinning left elbow)

    Bear Hug(Front, Arms Pinned): Thrusting Release

    Lapel Grab(One Hand): Lone Kimono

    Club Attack(Overhead): Beating Disaster

    Knife Attack: None yet

    Thought I'd share.
     
  9. Fiendlover

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    straight punch- lock arm
    front kick- block the kick
    roundhouse punch- flamingos revenge
    front push- sumo
    bear hug- crash of the eagle
    lapel grab-?
    club attack?
    knife attack- jab defense (it doesnt hav a name that i recall)

    you'll definately get different answers if u ask me again lol.
    :duel::boxing::jaws: :samurai::jediduel::ninja::karate:
     
  10. Ray

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    Really? That's the name of a tech?
     
  11. ktaylor75

    ktaylor75 Orange Belt

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    Straight Punch ..... Escaping Dragon
    Front Kick ..... Deflecting Hammer
    Roundhouse punch ...... (haven't learned any yet)
    Front Push ...... Alternating Maces
    Bear Hug ....... Alternating Spikes (the only one I know)
    Lapel Grab .......Stripping the Mace
    Club Attack ...... Return to Sender
    Knife Attack ...... Bound Wing

    I just got my orange belt this week, so I am sure this list will change eventually as I learn more techniques :)
     
  12. Kenpojujitsu3

    Kenpojujitsu3 Master Black Belt

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    Straight Punch - Delayed Sword grafted to Alternating Maces grafted to Sword of Destruction..in other words Five Swords

    Front Kick - Detour from Doom...also known as Five Swords

    Roundhouse Punch - Five Swords

    Front Push - Thrusting Wedge grafted to Alternating Maces grafted to Sword of Destruction.....Five Swords

    Bear Hug - Spreading Branch...a vertical variant of Five Swords

    Lapel Grab - Lone Kimono grafted to Circling Destruction...which is an outside Five Swords variation

    Club Attack - Calming the Storm grafted to Sword of Destruction....Five Swords

    Knife Attack - Entwined Lance...er...Five Swords
     
  13. Basil07

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    Here goes for now:

    Straight Punch- Repeating Mace or Shield and Hammer
    Front Kick-Buckling Branch
    Roundhouse punch- Five Swords
    Front Push- Parting Wings
    Bear Hug-Crushing Hammer
    Lapel Grab-Raking Mace
    Club Attack- Capturing the Storm
    Knife Attack- Not sure, but I suppose Clipping the Storm could potentially work for this?
     
  14. Doc

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    Wait until the "honeymoon" is over. :)
     
  15. Touch Of Death

    Touch Of Death Sr. Grandmaster

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    Return to sender? Now I have heard everything. LOL
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