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Feel the ground under your feet for a solid spot before shifting your weight (not necessary on a known surface).
Keep movements simple, especially when on unknown surface.
Step in your own footprints, replacing each foot with the other like the way a cat stalks (not necessary on a known surface.
For power, turn body as unit, not isolated parts.
Always work from a stable base.
Coordinate all movements to reach target with maximum effect.
Do not telegraph movements.
Practice moving in bursts.
Move in a circle when evading, not backward.