- Sep 26, 2012
- Reaction score
- Austin, Tx/Shell Beach, Ca
Of course you have to teach a set of tools to your students first. After they have learned that set of tools, they can then apply strategy method and grow from there.Figuring out combos can be done by anyone who has accomplished some moderate baseline of training. What I am talking about is how I get the student through that moderate baseline, and then beyond.
Tools in your toolbox can have:
- jab, cross, hook, uppercut, overhand, hammer fist, ...
- front toes kick, front heel kick, side kick, roundhouse kick, ...
- finger lock, wrist lock, elbow lock, shoulder lock, head lock, spine lock, leg lock, ...
- single leg, double legs, hip throw, foot sweep, leg twist, leg block, leg lift, ...
So, the training path can be: toolbox ->principle/strategy