The Wolf Lord of Blades Has A Drill For You

Let’s tie together all that we’ve learned in the over the last few posts into one simple drill. It’s quite easy. There are eight techniques. One side of the class starts in the palm up guard, and generally speaking, starts with a disengage and then does the listed attack. Lunge Leg cut Lunge Face cut Lunge Lunge Lunge Lunge You can do this as a not bad solo pattern practice if you want. You can with the responses from the other side of the class as well, which are all performed from the palm-up guard. Lunge Void (pull the right leg back) Seize (make a pass with the left leg, rolling the sword to seconda and stretch out the left hand to accompany the sword, just under the hilt. Drop (lift sword hand high while lunging, letting the tip drop low) Pass (Deep passing lunge with the left leg, sword…

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