It’s A Tree (Additional Info)


It’s A Tree


This is a very simple phrase I use to remind students that, if an application seems a little odd, or its angle of approach seems unfeasible, then try to remind your self:


‘It’s a tree’


The dummy will never step to you, therefore, often when we step to it, this can represent the opponent (The wooden dummy) moving toward you.


Here is a short video also giving some explanation to the angles used within the form and what they may represent.


I hope this makes sense?


Thank you




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