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Unified Combat Theory - Distance

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Unified Combat Theory #

Distance #

He who controls distance controls the fight…You must be the one making the choices of controlling the distance between combatants…In terms of controlling the distance, if you can’t get away, you must take it away…To do this, what I’m describing is closing the gap, shooting in and negating the effectiveness of the enemy’s weapons, whether gun, knife, punches, kicks or even artillery shells…This would be the same as a boxer being pummeled, closing the gap and going for the clinch.

Emerson, E. (2015). The Seven Strategies of Hand to Hand Combat: Surviving in the Arena of Life and Death. North Charleston, SC: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 26(9).

Loy Lau Hui Sung

Hand comes, detain Hand goes, follow

Yat, M., & Kwong, C. N. (1982). Ving Tsun Kuen Kuit. Tallahassee, FL: 14 Publishing C., Inc., 62.

Lut Soa Jic Chung

Hand lost, Thrust forward

Yat, M., & Kwong, C. N. (1982). Ving Tsun Kuen Kuit. Tallahassee, FL: 14 Publishing C., Inc., 64.


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