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  1. #21
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    I don't have the funds for a class, but this is intriging. My instinct and common sense tells me that advancing on the antagonist in an oblique way is correct. I want to learn the "other two" reasons that were mentioned above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fish78 View Post
    I don't have the funds for a class, but this is intriging. My instinct and common sense tells me that advancing on the antagonist in an oblique way is correct. I want to learn the "other two" reasons that were mentioned above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fish78 View Post
    I don't have the funds for a class, but this is intriging. My instinct and common sense tells me that advancing on the antagonist in an oblique way is correct. I want to learn the "other two" reasons that were mentioned above.
    Consider applying for the scholarship program.
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    From an anatomy and physiology perspective, there is another reason why movement to the forward obliques gives you a tactical advantage. Those of you who have trained with me probably know what I mean. When I get a chance, I'll start a thread here at WT discussing that perspective and its application.
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  5. #25
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    Is this covered in any of your books or DVD's? I have 1 each on the way, and am hoping to be able to attend a class in MO soon, but am unsure as to how soon.
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