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Checking the Storm - Principles of Motion - Part 1
12/05/2011 - 02:40
Checking the Storm - Principles of Motion - Part 1
Checking the Storm - Principles of Motion - Part 2
12/05/2011 - 02:40
Checking the Storm - Principles of Motion - Part 2
Getting Up
12/01/2011 - 03:04
Getting Up Off The Ground All Basics are a result of “Form to Function”. Here are 4 different ways to get up off the ground according to the Cycle of Considerations/ The power of the Dominance Factors is incredible even when just getting up off the ground.
Lock the Arm Long - Larger Generalized Principle
12/01/2011 - 03:19
Lock the Arm Long - Lager Generalized Principle
Charging Ram
12/01/2011 - 03:19
Charging Ram This is an introduction to defending against being tackled. The Charging Ram is against someone who is at Penetration Stage and drops down to tackle you after they have been unsuccessful against you. How you actually the control of the Cycle of Considerations in this technique will be determined by your Dominance Factors.
Be Neutral - 3 - part 1
11/24/2011 - 05:26
Be Neutral #3 Being Neutral is a balance between Stability and Mobility. The Cycle of Considerations is dynamic and you are constantly in flux as to what it means to Be Neutral. To Be Neutral perfectly you would need to be able to use either arm or either leg equally well offensively or defensively or moving forward, back, to the side, up or down.
Be Neutral - 2 - part 4
11/18/2011 - 03:06
Be Neutral #2 - Part 4 Being Neutral is a balance between Stability and Mobility and this is in constant flux as the Cycle of Considerations is dynamic. If I am Neutral, I should be able to use either arm, either leg, offensively or defensively; moving forward, back, side, up, down—equally well. That is when I am “exactly” Neutral.
Be Neutral - 2 - part 3
11/10/2011 - 01:15
Be Neutral #2 - Part 3 To Be Neutral is a dynamic flow between Mobility and either Stabilizing Your Base to your Opponent or Solidifying Your Base to the earth. This class focuses on Being Neutral when you both are on the ground and you are in the top position.
Be Neutral - 2 - part 1
11/07/2011 - 02:58
Be Neutral #2 - Part 1 The major lesson in this class is: You must learn to Be Neutral through the entire Cycle of Considerations. In addition you learn to Be Neutral in 2 vs 1 situations; 1 vs 2 situations; Guardian Situations. You learn about “Me” and Victims, Survivors, Guardians and Weapons.
Be Neutral - 2 - part 2
11/07/2011 - 02:57
Be Neutral #2 - Part 2 Fighting is dynamic. How you are Neutral to your opponent is a fluid situation. It takes knowledge, skills and lots of training. This class focuses on Being Neutral when you are on the ground and your opponent is on his feet.
Be Neutral - 1
11/02/2011 - 08:51
Be Neutral #1 The major lesson in this class is: To Be Neutral is to take care of your concerns by having the proper Depth, Width and Height of your foundation to your opponent. You must learn to operate on Larger Generalized Principles to take advantage of each specific situation. Nevertheless, you need a concrete starting Point of Reference. In this class you develop a Left and Right Neutral. The lessons in this class are all about how to visually develop being Neutral to your opponent.
DSA Decision Tree
11/02/2011 - 08:53
Dimensional Stages of Action - Decision Tree

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