Twin Horse Form: Rooted Bear & Circling Hawk

Root Technique Name

  • Rooted: Buckling maneuver, potential takedown

  • Bear: Bearhug


  • Circling: To maneuver over or on top of

  • Hawk: One-handed body grab from the front

Engagment Informaiotn

First Attack First Technique is from 6:00

  • Bearhug arms free from behing


First Attack Second Technique is from 10:30

  • Left Grab to the left chest


Second Attack First Technique is from 12:00

  • Bearhug arms free from behing


Second Attack Second Technique is from 1:30

  • Right Grab to the left chest

Pattern

  • Engaged from 12:00

  • Engaged from 1:30

  • Engaged from 1:30

  • Engaged from 1:30

  • Engaged from 1:30

  • Engaged from 1:30

  • Engaged from 12:00

  • Engaged from 12:00

  • Engaged from 12:00

  • Engaged from 12:00

  • Engaged from 6:00

  • Engaged from 6:00

  • Engaged from 7:30

  • Engaged from 3:00

  • Engaged from 9:00

  • Engaged from 9:00

  • Engaged from 3:00

  • Engaged from 10:30

  • Engaged from 12:00

Training Disclaimer

The American Institute of Kenpo (AIK) strongly recommends that all training be overseen by experienced and qualified instructors. Individuals choosing to train without the recommended oversight assume full liability for any and all injuries. In addition, those individuals engaging in training without the oversight of the American Institute of Kenpo’s (AIK’s) certified instructors will be doing so with the understanding and acknowledgment that they are waving subrogation and holding harmless the American Institute of Kenpo (AIK), it's members, and affiliates.