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- Actual range. Distance between opponents.
- Effective range. Best stance for execution of your technique.
- Opponent's range. Estimate of opponent's effective range.
- Charging without opponent's attack. Attacking at the instant of detecting an opportunity.
- Response to opponent's attack
- Early counter at instant opponent starts an attack.
- Anticipating the attack before any physical movement.
- Anticipating a physical movement.
- Executing technique at the end of opponent's initial attack or between attacks.
- Use shifting to avoid opponent's first attack.
- Use block to deflect or stop opponent's first attack.
Used initial movement to create an opportunity by placing opponent in a weaker, more open condition.
- Inviting Techniques. Cause opponent to initiate a technique and then counter.
- Balance Breaking Techniques. Break opponent's physical or mental balance to create an opportunity.
- Continuous Attack Techniques. Use combinations to create one or more opportunities.
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