When SOLO Training Beats Partner Training (Part 2)


The Muk-Yan Jong

(Wooden Dummy)

Your trusty 24/7 training partner


In Part 1 of this blog I looked at training the ability to remain stationary (if that is your chosen reaction) when a Pak is executed toward you in drills, making sure not to flinch, tense or absorb the Pak and therefore giving your partner a false reading of what they have just performed and therefore, a false reading of what they should expect, if used in earnest.


In this, the second part of this blog, our intention is to address this method of training when you are without a partner, solo, using the wooden dummy for instance, and, how to use this training properly.


The class clip below shows a better understanding of how this can be achieved.


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