Step Sparring

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Step Sparring Step sparring becomes the most basic form of sparring. It is a specific set of techniques that are choreographed and executed with a partner. It is not meant to be practical in a self defense situation, but it helps to lay the foundation for a student to lean distance and timing when working with various types of partners. There are many types of step sparring. Four Step Sparring In 4-step sparring, one partner begins as the attacker and the other as the defender. The roles are reversed throughout the exercise. It is important to throw the techniques correctly so that your partner can have the best learning experience. When you are striking towards your partner, you are acting as their coach. In 4-step sparring there are actually a total of 16 movemements. They are broken down into 4 sections. Section 1(all middle target and front stances) 1. Student A (attacker): Step in with right leg front stance, right arm lead jab middle target. Student B (defender): Step in with right leg front stance, right arm inside block. 2. Student A (attacker): Step in with left leg front stance, left arm lead jab middle target. Student B (defender): Step in with left leg front stance, left arm inside block. Students now switch roles and perform the sequence again. 3. Student A (defender): Step in with right leg front stance, right arm inside block.
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course KIN 54A at San Jose State.

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