One lesson plan > Learning to hit and to receive contact

Start: Learning to hit and to receive contact
4 basics slow 60 breaths up and 60 breaths down
4 basics swift 1-4 Inhale- exhale- pause
8 rolls
8 hold arm statically and step to only create contact with no pressing to your standing partner. The idea is to learn your distance without having to shift or lean so you always know where you are and can move in any direction.
8 rolls
8 hold arm and walk into the person and allow the arm elbow and shoulder complex to spring up and the fist to move and find the sinking positions into your partner.
8 rolls
8 have the partner fall into your fist, allow it to spring up and return the spring without pressing the person back but sinking the fist into him.
8 rolls
8 walk into the person and have the person place an arm in your way and you need to keep moving without stopping to think (thinking on the go is never overrated) and sink the fist in.
8 rolls
8 have two people walk into your perceived space and allow both arms to spring freely and unsparing into them each on their own. Avoid leaning into them with your body. keep breathing.
8 rolls
Walk into the person and alternate both walking into each other. Allow the fist to slide into a forearm on the contact and allow the elbow to sink in. Pay attention to avoid giving away your freedom of movement by leaning into the hit with no awareness.
8 rolls
5 minutes of rotating static holds
Everyone speaks on what they learned and what they feel about the movement.