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Question by jwisthebest@hotmail.com: I've been buying your manuals and watching the steps the MTB guys use.  I like it a lot.  The things that I don't see in you manuals and it may be because you have not gotten to it is the:
 
1.  Combinations included in a bull rush
2.  Counterattack principles
3.  Deflection of strikes (since there is no bobby and weaving in the defense).
 
-Bernard
 

ANSWER:

Hello Bernard,

You are absolutely right. I can't jump steps and start talking about advanced principles and tactics, metality, and tricks, etc. I was concern or being stingy about people learning the MTB arts and abusing like changing the name or misusing, but I found new evidence in my observations and am convinced that true warrior cannot be corrupted or he is not a true warrior..... So don't worry, complete MTB system will be revealed in no time.

Anyhow, remember VOL 2 is ALL MECH, meaning mechanical attacks and movements, no trick but essential basics, no pro tactics, and no deep principles.

Yes you are very good for noticing that in MTB we use a lot of deflection methods. MTB warrior will never block anything completely, but only defect. Some wing-chan guy commented to me, "your methods are to take any attack with the hard parts of the body and deflect..."

Sincerely,

Christopher McGrath

www.aawisdom.com


 

Question by ltminarik@cox.net: Regarding breathing, could you tell me if on impact of a punch/kick if proper technique is actually an inhale (breathing in) or exhale (breathing out) on impact? I just would like to be sure. Thank you very much.

ANSWER: It is INHALE and tense up on belly button area along all you muscles on your whole body for a SPLIT SECOND and back to normal respiratory status IMMEDIATELY AFTER the execution. Thus, you can execute the same movement or other combos again and again if needed. Don't listen to anyone else such as Karate, Western Boxing, Tae Kwon Do, etc guys who actually teach to EXHALE, which is WRONG!!!

These are all coming from the basics of MEDITATION METHODS. There are profound martial arts masters who meditate on INHALE BREATH for muscle condition (respiratory system work out) or EXHALE BREATH (for vice versa).

I do both: sometimes doing the respiratory system work out along with muscle conditioning on both INHALE BREATH and EXHALE BREATH, which is very hard and very energy consuming; sometimes I just do one for one day and the other for the next day. Your blood flows differently on these two. INHALE charges you up more and more (positive energy, EXHALE discharges any unwanted air, and blood block channels in your respiratory system that you are unaware of.  It gives you more stamina and defensive condition in martial arts needs. In short, you are training to uncomfortable bad status, so you can get use to it. However, in the real fight, you have to use the constructive strong charging energy (INHALE) to do real damage.

If you don't believe me, it's easy: do extreme hard punches with both EXHALE BREATH and INHALE BREATH at the impact 100 times each. You will find the INHALE BREATH is charging you up and making you stronger and stronger. Don't let ENERGY BURN you up though.... ha ha. What do I mean by that? I'll talk about that at MTB VOL 3.

Sincerely,

Christopher McGrath

www.aawisdom.com

 

 

 

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