May 10thLesson 39
Yesterday, at practice, I called a lesson for another instructor to teach to a student. Here’s what we did:
From the invitation in 3rd, straight thrust
In time, as the instructor invites in 3rd, straight thrust
In time, as the instructor attempts to engage in 3rd, disengagement.
In time, as the instructor places blade in line, glide in 3rd.
From the student’s engagement in 3rd, time thrust in 4th to the face.
In time, student engages in 3rd. Instructor gives counter-pressure against the engagement, student disengages.
Same thing, but the instructor has the option to not give counter-pressure, in which case the student should glide in 3rd.
Same thing, but the instructor may do a disengagement in time, in which case the student should execute a time thrust in 4th to the face.
In time, blade seizure in 4th and glide
Same thing, instructor may give counter-pressure, in which case the student finishes with a disengagement instead of a glide.
From the instructor’s invitation in 3rd, three straight thrusts, end of lesson.
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