Four Phase of Attack
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Four Phase of Attack – This Concept helps give the student a better understanding of how much force should be used in attack, or at best a starting point in which to Gauge the amount of Force needed to strike an opponent.
- Phase I - Control: This is when one locks the opponent up into a position that renders him helpless. (Lock Control Manipulation).
- Phase II - Regulated Force: Is striking the parts of the body that are less likely ti do major damage, but with effective results.
- Phase III - Force:: Is when one strikes the parts of the body that will cause major damage, such as the joints, eyes, groin, etc.
- Phase III - Deadly Force: Is when one takes the life of an opponent, or causes irreversible damage.
Remember, that although Force is Regulated, in no way does this mean that one will Pull the strike. The Martial Artist learns that he must show compassion for his attacker and without doubt be able to take responsibility for his action.
Never use more force than needed, to render an attack. There is no need to humiliate or go beyond that which is necessary.
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