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Eagles: Two-handed body grab from the front

Attack

The Ideal attack requires that your opponent attempts or secures a two-handed chest grab from the front.

Defense Pattern

1. Left Step Back toward 6:00 into a Right Neutral Bow Stance. Execute a Right Inward Block to the outside of your opponent’s left arm while your Left Hand Checks at your solar plexus.


2. Pivot into a Right Forward Bow Stance with a Right Pressing Check across the top of both of your opponent’s arms as you deliver a Left Vertical Punch to your opponent’s sternum (tracking over your right arm).


3. Pivot back into a Right Neutral Bow Stance while converting your left punch into a Left Pressing Check to the top of both of your opponent’s arms. Simultaneously, have your right hand rapidly travel inside and over your left arm as you deliver a Right Outward Back Knuckle to your opponent’s right temple.


4. Perform a Right Front Crossover and Cover Out toward 6:00.

Alternate Names

Though there are similarities between techniques named here the techniques taught in the different branches of the Kenpo family also have notable differences.


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The American Institute of Kenpo (AIK):

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Ed Parker American Kenpo Systems (EPAKS)*:

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Training Disclaimer

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