Entry strategies/techniques or Bridging the gap

Entry strategies/techniques or Bridging the gap

Postby kung fu fighter » Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:32 am

How do you initiate an attack or launch a pre-emptive strike to close the gap safely against an opponent who does not want to engage you directly such as counter fighter who uses his range as a defensive measure such as a western boxer?
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Re: Entry strategies/techniques or Bridging the gap

Postby ChiDragon » Fri Oct 30, 2015 6:13 pm

kung fu fighter wrote:How do you initiate an attack or launch a pre-emptive strike to close the gap safely against an opponent who does not want to engage you directly such as counter fighter who uses his range as a defensive measure such as a western boxer?


You do nothing while the opponent is not launching an attack.
There is an idiom in Tai Chi:
I don't move if you don't move. I'll move first as soon you move.
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