Hand/Foot Sparring. This type of sparring is used to improve techniques by forcing the students to use either hand or feet for both attack and defense. By limiting techniques to either hands or feet, students are able to perfect the use of each.
Model Sparring. This type of sparring is chiefly used for demonstration purposes but it is also useful for students to see how techniques should be performed, how they should be used, and if the technique is the correct one for the particular situation. Model Sparring is performed choreographed movements, usually once in slow motion and once at normal speed.
Pre-Arranged Free Sparring. This type of sparring is similar to free sparring except that all the attacks and defenses are choreographed in advance and, as such, the participants have no fear of injury. It is used during demonstration to sow fighting techniques against one or more opponents.