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General Category => Unarmed Combatives => Topic started by: Bryant on May 13, 2008, 08:24:33 AM

Title: researching applications / combat scenarios
Post by: Bryant on May 13, 2008, 08:24:33 AM
Back when I thought I was going to be a computer scientist (lol)
I learned all about flow trees. I have applied this method of mapping
information to martial arts. Students often get stuck
after making an entry , they are not aware of what the options are.
What I have the student do as homework is start with an entry and then using visualization map out where they can go from there
all the way out to a finish of some sort;
            
(attack) straight punch> (entry) out side pak - da (slap block & strike)

(finishes)
> Arm Bar / break >front TD
> figure four>rear TD
> Chop & Sweep>stomp finish
> Hammer Fist>neck wrap>drop & finish
                        
the student will then come to class and physically explore the map/flow tree with a partnerthe partner provides input & feed back , good option , bad option , too risky , too fancy , etcthen the map may change , since as we all know the map is not the territory
you can apply this across the whole matrix (H-S-K-G)

B.
Title: Re: researching applications / combat scenarios
Post by: Joe Hubbard on May 13, 2008, 02:04:24 PM
We just finished filming Contract 3, which will feature my "Vertical Range Filter" concept.  By identifying the various "attacks" and then categorizing, through permutations, the Entries, Strikes, Kicks, Takedowns and Finishes; then multiplying the various weapons' orchestrations, you will have over 1,000,000 combat scenario possibilities with only ever having to remember 5 ideas!

On Contract 3, we concentrated on primarily how this relates to your Takedowns.  Contract 10 will go deep inside what I call the "Combat Scenario Matrix." 

Out

Joe
Title: Re: researching applications / combat scenarios
Post by: Nick Hughes on May 13, 2008, 02:25:32 PM
Can't wait to see 'em mate.

Nick
Title: Re: researching applications / combat scenarios
Post by: Joe Hubbard on May 13, 2008, 02:56:04 PM
Cheers bro.  Contract 2 should be ready within the next week or so.  Shoot Hock an e-mail as he has got his Scorsese hat on!

Out

Joe
Title: Re: researching applications / combat scenarios
Post by: Bryant on May 13, 2008, 02:57:45 PM
sounds awesome Joe!  :)
Title: Re: researching applications / combat scenarios
Post by: Joe Hubbard on May 13, 2008, 03:50:47 PM
Cheers!
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