Managing Incoming Hand Energy

In separate videos (already posted) I discuss the different ways you can react to an incoming punch.  I hoped to present a fresh perspective, and not replicate what are generally considered standard routines. 

Here we re-visit some of those earlier moves, explore  options for managing incoming power, and conclude with transitions into a managed outcome.
 

Blocking Punches #1

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Blocking Punches #2

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Power in Circles #1

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Power in Circles #2

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Punch to Control #1-3

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Punch to Control #4-6

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Punch to Control #6-7

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Punch to Control #8-9

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