ShadowDo--here we find BiuJih, snake strike, center stage. this technique uses the fingers like a spear to attack the windpipe in a direct, straight on strike that is meant to immediately incapacitate the opponent. The force of this strike is very centralized into the index and middle finger, creating a sharp structure to a soft target. FITPROS, you will notice that there are several times in which I have issue performing my own choreography here. You will see clean technique, about 75% up to my martial standards at this speed (140 bpm), which is saying a lot, as my standards are understandably high, but the sequence of movements with a sparsely used technique interspersed, although not overly complicated, gave me pause, and allowed room for error in repetition. This is a compelling case for rehearsal before performance, in order to maintain control and integrity. Remember to have empathy and compassion for your students when they struggle! The kicks are framed for defense against anterior and posterior attackers, as the hand combo is forward thinking and very aggressive ( a reminder to prepare for all possibilities). HIPBOX--the uppercut drill off of the breaking in the neutral stance shows us the same syncopated, on-the-upbeat punching flavor as all of our uppercut drills do. If one is counting by 4/4 time signature (4 downbeats per measure/combo performance), the uppercuts occur on the "(1)AND-TWO-AND (3).AND.(4).AND". The #'s in parentheses are representative of the breaking, bending, coiling, loading defensive movements on the downbeats. It may help to clap and count this out instead of punching at first when preparing to teach. If you are counting it out on 8th notes with a fast 8 count, where every movement gets a value, the punches are on 2,3,4,6,and 8. ENJOY!