IN-GATE AND OUT-GATE IN DEFENCE
Take note of the different effects between deflecting a Boxer's strikes via the out-gate or the in-gate. If you use the out-gate, which means you deflect an attack from outside in, you can cover the Boxer and prevents him from continuing further attacks. If you use the in-gate, which is deflecting from inside out, you may open yourself to his further attacks. However, if his attack is too far aside, you may have to use the in-gate.
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In-Gate and Out-Gate in Defence
|In-Gate or Out-Gate||Defend from In-Gate||Defend from Out-Gate|
|Strike from Side||Not Around About|
|In-Gate and Out-Gate||Class Practice||Class Practice|