THE EVER-VICTORIOUS STRATEGY
The video is taken from the Special Warrior Project held in Frankfurt in January 2013. What are your views on the free sparring before reading on?
In the first video Mark became folder for his opponent. This was not because his opponent was bigger in size, but because Mark had no strategy and fought haphazardly. This is what you should not be doing.
In the second video, John did well, but he could have done better. His was the reactive approach, but when he countered he did not continue pressing in enough. For example, if the patterns in his combat sequence are 1 2 3 4, he should not be executing just 1 2 3 4. He should continue pressing in, like 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4, etc. Notice that had he done this, John would have beaten his opponent easily.
In the third video, Chris did quite well. His approach was reactive. When he moved in, his opponent had little chance to defend himself. Chris would have done better had he used the proactive approach, not by executing just one combat sequence, but by continuously executing his selected combat sequence. In other words, Chris should not just execute 1 2 3 4 and retreat, but execute 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2, etc, giving his opponent no time to response.
In the fourth video, Mario did very well. Notice that whenever he pressed in, his opponent despite being taller and having longer arms had no chance to counter. What Mario used was a combat sequence from Choy-Li-Fatt Kungfu, which is very effective for winning free sparring competitions.
If you follow my strategy, which is actually a top secret, you can win free sparring competitions quite easily.
What is the strategy, which took me many years to develop and enabled me to be undefeated? It is to practice a selected combat sequence 30 times a day everyday for three months, then apply it relentlessly on your opponents. You will be surprised that your opponents become quite helpless when you apply this ever-victorious strategy on them.
Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit
Reproduced on 17th June 2015, Sungai Petani
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