Each of us has a center of mass and gravity which we seek to balance over our base of support. The study of breaking structure seeks to move that center outside of our base. In the previous 4 levels of structure study, we have seen how individual principles like baseline, angulation and alignment play key roles in biomechanical understanding. In level 4 we learned how they relate to the idea of centers of gravity. In this download we will introduce the idea of joint centers of mass and specifically examine how attachment to an aggressor creates a codependent structure with unique rules of operation. While most people seek to affect their opponent in a vacuum, you will learn how this comprehensive principle can shift your understanding and consolidate your previous levels of understanding into a single goal.
Get past the over complexity and mysticism that often shroud this point today and get to the heart of standing balance and structure control.