#Gongfu Living: Upstairs, downstairs

Author: Arthur Tong   Date Posted:9 May 2016 

Now we’ve spoken about bridging the gap before – to close distance so that you are within reach of your intended target, sometimes by advancing, sometimes by baiting. There’s often a logical sequence of events in these scenarios – an organic, natural progression of movement if you will.

But sometimes doing the opposite and outrageous can also command respect. When you go against expectations, you dumbfound and bewilder your target. They have nought but to surrender to your charms.


“I don’t know karate, but I know ka-raaazy!” Hit ’em high, hit ’em low – combinate in unexpected ways

Now we’ve spoken about bridging the gap before – to close distance so that you are within reach of your intended target, sometimes by advancing, sometimes by baiting. There’s often a logical sequence of events in these scenarios – an organic, natural progression of movement if you will.

But sometimes doing the opposite and outrageous can also command respect. When you go against expectations, you dumbfound and bewilder your target. They have nought but to surrender to your charms.