Multiple Opponent Sparring

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Multiple Opponent Sparring (How to fight more than one person at a time

Multiple Opponent Sparring is very different from fighting one on one. You have far less time to develop strategy and your key goal stops being how to defeat one person and becomes how to keep these two or three people form ganging up on me so that I can handle them one on one.

How to Fight Multiple Opponents.
When fighting multiple opponents your kicks need to do more in less time. Each technique needs to rock, shatter, disrupt or defeat your opponent. You never want to spend more than 3 seconds fighting any one person. You want to keep your opponents either one in front of the other tripping each other up, or on opposite sides of the room with you running back and forth between them every 3 seconds. This style of fighting is heavily taxing and requires stamina and strength.

Drill for Preparing yourself to kick in multiple directions

Reference Sources

  1. Simon Scher https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoVdb3czUT0NHokAoS3yz2A


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