Take a friend or a heavy chair that moves badly on the ground and place your fist on him. Relax your elbow so your fist can align and slowly let it sink toward the opening in the tension or structure of the partner. Relax your shoulders and hips and avoid pushing. Once you sink as much as possible walk to another comfortable position and repeat.
Go down to half a squat height and remain with a relaxed back and repeat only now change the angle you choose to come to the body with with each fist and remember not to hit and move around the target or partner. If you do this than you anchor him as a point of support in your head and thus your fists will strive to keep him in place. Freedom begins with cleaning yourself from desires and perceptions before the fight begins so you may with the grace of whatever you believe in avoid it and solve the problem.

If you do fight though end it as soon as you can with you still breathing.

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Sharon Friedman

Student and teacher of movement and Martial art. Husband and Father. I can rebuild you, I have the technology :)

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