SHADOW DO--We introduce the Eagle Claw. Aimed at the throat, YingJow is a straight line strike, with the hand horizontal and perpendicular to the arm. The concept is that of a ranger chokehold: grab and crush the windpipe, asphyxiating and immobilizing your assailant. We then continue the assault with two follow up FuJow (Tiger claw) strikes. PROTIP: much like catching a fish and then reeling it in, one should pull the opponent toward the follow up strikes in order to add force to your self-defense. KICKS: We feature outside cresent kick and back kick. There is a walk in between, so that the setup for each kick allows for best execution. PROGRESSION would allow for a removal of the walk or squat setup counts in between the kicks. 3 kicks in a row (cresent/back/cresent) would be prog 1, allowing for a stance-setting hold (the way I choose to teach most of the time), whereas 4 kicks in a row (cresent/back/cresent/back) rolling directly into the next combo would be the very advanced (or very poorly executed) prog 2. REMINDER: many people will be executing this workout from their home. Carpeted floors, and (during the time this was recorded) less familiar spacing and terrain out of necessity (this was during quarantine 2020) make it even more difficult (if ever, for non-fitpros or experienced martial artists, in my opinion) for people to execute dynamic directional weight transfers, and are therefore ill-advised. HIPBOX--The progressive build in sparring stance is off of the 1/2/1/2. We build it up to a non-stop 1/2/1/2/slip/2/slip/2, simple but hard. PROTIP: It is easy to to lose the length and snap back retraction of the cross punches, or to lazify (yup, I'm saying it) the ...2/slip/2/slip/2 pattern and falling into a triple cross without the head distinctly moving off the line with the slips. The special combo is the break/6/3/2, an effective combo that is both fun and physical. PROTIP: similar to the above, the break down becomes the conjunction when non-stop repeating, and it loads the uppercut, so EMPHASIZE in your performance.