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- After an inside to outside block inner forearm block, the blocking arm continues into a cross to the chin.
- After an outside to inside inner forearm block, the blocking arm continues into a back fist to the nose.
- After raising the leading knee to the inside to block a kick, the blocking leg continues into a side thrust kick.
- Takes advantage of the opening created while the opponent is attacking.
- Quick, no wasted time since the counterattack is immediate.
- Opponent has no time to block.
- Sets up a power attack using the other arm or leg.
- Helps prevent the block with one side/ counterattack with the other side syndrome.
- Many opponents are not prepared for it since they seldom see it.
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