Unified Combat Theory - No Wasted Motion
Unified Combat Theory #
No Wasted Motion #
Rule # 1. Never do anything that is useless. Rule # 2. Never do anything without a purpose. … I’ve seen guys that had multiple black belts in multiple disciplines get their asses handed to them by an untrained undisciplined bar fighter who was well-just a fighter. All the thousands of techniques they knew did them no good,…
Here’s what you should know about techniques…All techniques should be evaluated first on these two overall principles: 1. Economy of Motion - Everything you do must be direct, simple and quick. 2. Efficiency of Action - Every techniques has to work with as little complexity as possible and must deliver as much energy or power as possible into the target, the opponent. … I’ll finish this where I started because it is so important: Never do anything that is useless and Never do anything without a purpose. Anything more or less will likely get you killed.
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, 37, 40(3).
Yan Han Kung Ngor Han Yin
Other walk the bow I walk the string.
Yat, M., & Kwong, C. N. (1982). Ving Tsun Kuen Kuit. Tallahassee, FL: 14 Publishing C., Inc., 32.
Ying Dar Juck Dar, But Ying Dar, Mo Keung Dar, Mot Luen Dar.
When you should hit, hit When you shouldn’t, don’t Don’t when you can’t Don’t when you mustn’t.
Yat, M., & Kwong, C. N. (1982). Ving Tsun Kuen Kuit. Tallahassee, FL: 14 Publishing C., Inc., 66.
Kuen Mo Lai Yeung Quan Mo Leung Heung
When you use the fist, do not stand on ceremony. When you use the Quan,^3^ don’t expect two sounds.
Yat, M., & Kwong, C. N. (1982). Ving Tsun Kuen Kuit. Tallahassee, FL: 14 Publishing C., Inc., 68.