James Keating - Trapping DVD 3: Iron and Rattan Ring Training
This is the solo training tape you need if you use trapping! The hoop is your portable mook jong wooden man! You will be amazed at your new skill!
Experts agree that Comtech's Limb Immobilization training is one of the best around. It's both defense and development in one. If you are looking to improve your empty handed fighting abilities then by all means check these three DVDs out today!
Fighting applications, partner drills, equipment drills and more. These limb immobilization techniques are things I have learned while cross training in Kali, Silat, Wing Chun and Kuntao. Even western boxing is thrown in there, too. You see, fighting isn't all that different for folks. Basically it's the same for everyone. So, I have taken the common traits from all of these various arts and compiled them into one interrelated amalgam. Why not? It's all the same in the dark, ya know. This universal system is about learning, defense and confidence.
To study these tapes you'll need a partner, or at least a Mook Jong (wooden training dummy). This method is also designed to inter-relate to and support your Knife Skills! Multi-phase training works a lot like subliminal learning. "It just happens". Good stuff!
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Reviewer: George Hernandez
Date: May 05, 2011
Title: Comtech Trapping Vol.3 Iron and Rattan Ring Training
DVD Length: 1 hour 34 mins
Video Quality: Average
Audio Quality: 3/5 (Average)
What It's About:
James Keating demonstrates the use of auxiliary equipment in training for JKD and Wing Chun with some applications of Chi Sao and the Wooden Dummy or Mook Jong apparatus.
- Using the Iron Ring/Rattan as a tool for training against an Adversary.
- Damage, Control and Destroy.
- Resistance Training.
- Bilateral coordination.
- Rattan basics
- Pivot swing.
- Crop Swing.
- Arm Spin.
- Double fist rotation.
- Flip grap and turn.
- Application Phase
- Wing Chun six method of stepping
- Centerline action or punching.
- Impluse reversal
- Tan Sao and Pac Sao hand
- Double Tan Sao and Pac Sao hand
- The Shaolin rings
- Auditory training device
- Monitor for the teacher.
- Forearm conditioning
- The Mook Jong.
- Low line parry
- High line parry
- Chi Sao
- Interior cohesion
- Sensitivity training against an adversary.
- Muscle group development
- Inside and outside gate training.