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Author Topic: Knife Fighting Film - Knife Speed, Flow and Skill Exercises  (Read 2454 times)


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Knife Fighting Film - Knife Speed, Flow and Skill Exercises
« on: October 24, 2015, 03:18:11 AM »

Knife - Speed, Flow and Skill Exercises and Drills - by W. Hock Hochheim (This is the first video of a two video set on this subject.) Hock teaches the classic speed, flow and skill knife drills that originate from various military and martial arts sources. They are all here for you, demystified, simplified and dissected in the way Hock is famous for worldwide. Learn the patterns and insert, 1/2 beat options. Here they are all together in one place. Hock took the time to demo many other drill/exercise formats and their options and inserts that have never been filmed before.

- Dodge/Evasion Edged Weapon Exercises
- Statue Knife Exercises
- Critical Contact Knife Exercises
- Grip Changer Exercises
- Counters to Common Blocks and the Outside Invasion Knife Series
- Panananstas Saber vs. Reverse Knife Workout
- Windmill Exercises (vertical and horizontal circles, chains and hubads)
- Give and Take Knife Exercises
- Sumbrada Knife Exercises
- Ground applications for all of the above
- Learn well over one hundred inserts, tips and advice

"These are isolated exercises as well as complete drill patterns. They prepare you for the encounter. I am NOT a fan of over-drilling at all, especially at the expense of other important training! So, I won't be emphasizing those aspects. 'All roads lead to Rome' and all these exercises lead to the combat scenario." - Hock Hochheim

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