Junior Patterns: Intermediate Position

Miss Timperley explains to the junior grades that the fists should be lightly clenched for the intermediate position of the knifehand guarding block. The back hand faces out at about eye level, and the blocking hand starts at shoulder height.

Some good basics to go over and remind ourselves of.

This free clip is part of a a class coached by former World Champion Miss Melissa Timperley.
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