One of the key aspects presented in this work is the ability to create stability using a deep attension on the skeleton and joints. We work to extend such that it feels like our bones are extending along their length. This perceived extension creates a depth of stability and alignment.
In this course, we also use some tools to help us minimise the impact of external forces on our stable structure. Using sticks & weights, we learn to extend beyond their influence, again, advancing the depth of our StableBody Skills.
Once again as part of this Phase two training Coach Chris provides partner testing instruction to work on your StableBody Skill. Also provided is some context related to how the work in this course can be used in martial application.
- Welcome to the course
- Looking inside
- Intention in the practice
- What is perfect structure?
- The Centres
- Be strict
- How does this work aid you as a martial artists?
- TECHNIQUE 1 - Standing in extension
- TECHNIQUE 2 - Holding the ball low
- TECHNIQUE 3 - Holding the ball infront of the chest
- TECHNIQUE 4 - Holding the ball above the head
- TECHNIQUE 5 - Holding the ball on one leg
- TECHNIQUE 1 - One Leg Balancing Front
- TECHNIQUE 2 - One Leg Balancing with Incline
- TECHNIQUE 3 - One Leg Balancing with Angle
- TECHNIQUE 4 - Sonkyo squat
- TECHNIQUE 5 - Bodyweight Balance
- TECHNIQUE 1 - Stable walking
- TECHNIQUE 2 - Stepping with Rotation
- TECHNIQUE 3 - Moving the upper body
- TECHNIQUE 4 - Unified movement
- TECHNIQUE 5 - Standing up
- TECHNIQUES 1 - Raising the stick
- TECHNIQUE 2 - Moving the stick
- TECHNIQUE 3 - Weighted balancing
- TECHNIQUE 4 - Bodyweight balancing plus stick
- Lateral pulling test
- Lateral pushing test
- Push Pull to step
- Standing post test
- Applying the StableBody
- StableBody Defensive Shield
- Relative stability
- Bypassing locks
- Checking with StableBody
- Stable, Harmonized Striking