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Sparring type 2: close combat

 


 
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News > 6 Dragons Kung Fu

Sparring type 2: close combat

 

The second type of sparring that we analyze is the close combat. This type of confrontation must be done with right care because, depending on the intensity, can have different levels of risk; the idea is to develop skills such as timing, reflexes, speed, counter-attack, adaptability, resilience, flexibility, etc. (force and legs mobility are very low). Let's see what are the rules of this type of sparring. Description: - The 2 practitioners are one against the other with their relative...

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10 common mistakes of intermediate fighters

 


 
Articolo letto: 132 volte

News > 6 Dragons Kung Fu

10 common mistakes of intermediate fighters

 

After seeing 10 of the most typical beginner's combat mistakes we pass to those of the "intermediate level" practitioners: - Announce our attacks (or our defenses) through positions, body gestures and charging almost unequivocal (eg. look through the eyes what we want to hit and with what) - Repeat cyclically, unconsciously, and endlessly the same patterns of attack / defense to issues of mental and physical exhaustion (or worse due to a protracted superficial preparation) - Flaunt (out...

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Sparring type 1: slow motion fighting

 


 
Articolo letto: 161 volte

News > 6 Dragons Kung Fu

Sparring type 1: slow motion fighting

 

The first type of sparring that we analyze is the slow motion fighting. This kind of "clash" is the least dangerous, it favors technique, balance, tactic and strategy but completely excludes speed, stress, conditioning and power. Let's see what are the rules of this type of sparring. Description: - Before touching we can move at the speed that we prefer - When we are in contact, all the movements are at "slow motion" - The "slow motion" speed must remain as much as possible constant ...

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Learn to use basic weapons

 


 
Articolo letto: 124 volte

News > 6 Dragons Kung Fu

Learn to use basic weapons

 

Unlike what happens in many other martial arts, the 6DKF's practitioner begin right away to approach / familiarize with the use of weapons. We can choose whether or not to master the different types of weapons (from Ninjutsu, from Shaolin, etc.) but we can not exempt ourselves from learning the use of the fondamental ones. The basic weapons that we have to learn to use are the elastic rope (about 150cm, initially folded in 2 parts) and the short stick (about 75cm), they teach us as well as...

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Speed: expand the vibrations

 


 
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Speed: expand the vibrations

 

We continue the discussion of the previous articles related to speed and vibration to pass to their evolution. The idea behind the concept of vibrating our limbs at the highest possible frequency is to be able to extend and increase the maximum speed that our body can express. In fact, with the vibrations we gradually educate our body: - To resist to strong consecutive tractions - To express great speed and power continuously - To load big power in very small spaces / times of charge ...

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How to do sparring

 


 
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How to do sparring

 

As we mentioned earlier, to learn how to manage a self-defense situation optimally we must focus consistently on the practice of combat. In 6DKF there are several types of sparring related to different purposes; before showing them, we want to rapidly list the fundamental conditions to start: At the base of sparring: - Respect and consideration for the safety of our partners replaces the desire to prevail; to cause harm to those who train with us amounts to a serious defeat (lack of physic...

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Study the opponent: concepts and applications

 


 
Articolo letto: 132 volte

News > 6 Dragons Kung Fu

Study the opponent: concepts and applications

 

After seeing something about the opponent study, we see now some specific applications and elaborations of the data that we may collect about him. Here is a series of concepts to think about in the configuration of our strategy and tactic preparation: - Knowing the pace of our opponent allows us to predict where he will be before he effectively wil be there as well to wait him in that time-space for a decisive attack - Assess the opponent's agility (in relation to ours) helps us to unde...

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Study an opponent to use his errors

 

 
Articolo letto: 147 volte

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Study an opponent to use his errors

 

There are endless ways to use to our advantage mistakes, habits and specific characteristics of a particular fighter, with future articles, we will begin to connect the data collected in the study phase (which we have already spoken) to their actual usage. We do not immediately descend into the details of specific tactics / strategies but we will exhibit some of the key concepts that will give us, at least, one opportunity to win. This advantage will however be the greater the more we will...

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How to use martial arts in a real fight

 

 
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How to use martial arts in a real fight

 

In a self-defense situation, in order to express the full potential of martial arts (traditional or modern they are) it is important to understand that: - Our body must be trained with daily perseverance (after 3 days of inactivity the decline begins) - Our training must be reasoned and focused, nothing is left to chance (we have to understand and rework every experience and knowledge learned) - In training we must express at least the 150% of what we will need in a real battle (in terms of...

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10 most common errors in combat: solutions

 

 
Articolo letto: 165 volte

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10 most common errors in combat: solutions

 

After seeing the 10 most common fight mistakes (for a novice) we continue the discussion exposing the relative solutions: - A low guard may be a personal choice, a tactic or a preparation to a technique, a guard "lowered" for distraction or superficiality is the worst error we can do; for those who are not very fast / experienced, the best solution is to keep a guard covering our face, hips and that maintains in an unaccessible lateral position our genitals - Underestimating an opponent ba...

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