Dodge/Evasion Drill Basic Training: The Trainee Responds
Trainee Response 1: Head dodgeTrainee Response 2: Head dodgeTrainee Response 3: Torso bendTrainee Response 4: Torso bendTrainee Response 5: Leg turns away (or steps back)Trainee Response 6: Leg turns away (or steps back)Trainee Response 7: Torso pivots and turnsTrainee Response 8: Torse pivots and turnsTrainee Response 9: Torso bends or torso turns awayTrainee Response 10: Head dodgesTrainee switches stance leads and repeats the whole series.
Hostage/ Mugger 2 on 1
After a practitioner develops the proper body evasions, thesevery body movements are quite successful against a 2-manattack when the enemy holds you, and the second enemyattacks you with a knife or empty hands. Run the ten in this rear grab situation. As an aside, these body dynamics are alsoimportant when trying to escape a single person who attacksand grabs from the rear.
Dodge/Evasion Drill Advanced Training
There are numerous, advanced skill-developing drills that areto follow in subsequent levels.
Segment 2: The Level 2 Strike - The Open Hand, Palm Strike and Push Module
These are often called “heel palm” strikes because when thrusting, the heel of the palm is used as a solidstriking surface and helps prevent the hand from hyper-extending at the wrist. Hooking palms usually donot have this problemDelivery 1: Hooking palms strikesDelivery 2: Thrusting palms strikesDelivery 3: The Web Hand strikeDelivery 4: The efficient “claw hand” shape for certain strikes, such as:- claw face strike- Marine Raider claw strike to the base of the skullDelivery 5: The Push-Shove
You will never be able to re-create anambush inside a controlled “school”environment, bit it helps to have twoattackers run this drill.
StandingKneeling to kneelingKneeling to groundGrounded on backGrounded on sidesMoving forward and back A sucker strike versionWhile holding:- he holds your arm- you hold his arm* standing* ground
Single strikesDouble strikes