Originally posted by Goldendragon7
(1) The combination of individual basics into a sequential flow of uninterrupted motion whereby each basic move remains "crisp" or sharp in its application.
(2) The extemporaneous use of basic combinations where, regardless of number, each move is delivered with clarity and precision..
Originally posted by kenpohands
THe "better than the originals" statement refer to the TECHNIQUES not the MINDS, No one in my book comes close to MR PARKER. He was the last of a great breed. I was refering to some of the modifications within the techniques. I actual feel that I have see some pretty cool things that make the old techniques actually work well.
Quit stirring up the pot Sir. I know you love to shake things up!
I do too , it is fun sometimes.