|10-15-2010, 09:34 PM||#11|
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Well outside parry im describing is when they throw a left jab, and you with your right hand just parry it or deflect their punch with the back of your right hand.
If they throw a straight right, you with the back of your left hand just deflect their punch, so their punch goes past your left ear almost.
Hard to explain in words sometimes. But the wedge block seems more solid if that makes sense?
|10-16-2010, 02:36 AM||#12|
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like make a outside parry stance and have some one push your hand to your shoulder then take a wedge block stance and have them Try to do the same thing and youll see the diffrence in sturdyness.
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