12 Jeet Kune Do Principles: Rhythm Part 2

 

 

In this first example, I sped up the rhythm, using the ground as a springboard to relaunch my kick before my opponent has time to recover.

In the second example I do the opposite–I slow down the rhythm. Because my opponent is used to a certain timing, I can sneak my punch in after he attempts to block. By messing with rhythm in this way, you can use very simple, basic techniques in very unique ways that keep your opponent guessing and always one step behind you.

In this way, speed is second in importance to timing when it comes to landing a shot.

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