Hi all, first post and I'm hoping the collective wisdom can answer this. Grasping Eagles, as per the manual we have and seemingly according with Mr. Tatum and Mr Wedlake is as follows: 1. Standing naturally, execute left inward block to the outside of Attacker 1's right arm and a right front snapping ball kick to his groin (attacking from 12 o'clock). At the same time, deliver a right back hammer fist strike to the groin of Attacker 2 (attacking from 6 o'clock) 2. Immediately plant your right foot forward to 12 o'clock (buckling Attacker 1's right knee if it is in line of the move) and deliver a right thrusting heel palm strike to the chin of Attacker 1. Simultaneously, deliver a left back underhand heel palm strike to groin of Attacker 2. 3. Deliver a left front snapping ball kick to groin of Attacker 1. 4. From Point of Contact plant your left foot back to gauge distance and immediately deliver a right back thrusting kick to stomach of Attacker 2. 5. Right front crossover and double cover out toward 9 o'clock. Setting aside minor alterations, my issue is this: it would appear the only time we do something specifically focused upon, and devastating, to the attacker behind us is right at the end. First move, there is a rear hammer fist to the groin but we are focusing on the forward attacker and there is no guarantee it hits the target. Then we have another strike to the groin of the rear attacker, but again, we are focusing forward and still may be ineffective. Then we front kick forward then finally deliver a significant attack behind with the back kick. So we do a whole lot of damage to the front attacker and very little (guaranteed) damage to the rear attacker till the end. Understanding that the front and back kicks maximise travel, why wouldn't you right back kick and then left front kick?