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Tao of Jeet Kune Do - Study Guide Mobility Summary & Analysis

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Distance changes continuously with the speed, agility, and control of fighters. Closing and opening distances must be coordinated with their hands and feet. The success of a well-executed attack is meaningless if the distance is not correct. Fighting measure is the space a fighter and his opponent have in relation to each other. A fighter cannot be hit within that space unless the opponent lunges. Each fighter calculates his own fighting measure and may develop an instinctive reflex to maintain the distance. A fighter should stay just out of distance unless he chooses to close it himself. Successful hitting and kicking requires an ability to judge where the opponent will be upon delivery. Timing and cadence as well as tempo and distance must all occur at the same time to deliver an effective attack and follow through. Distance in attack has seven principles that include...

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