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Zero to One Timing Ratio


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression zero to one timing ratio" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition
:
In this system, the key phrase "zero to one timing ratio" is defined as;
1. a specific concept used in the actual process of guarding,
2. a specific concept used in the actual process of striking,
3. a specific concept used in the actual process of blocking,
4. a specific concept used in the actual process of parrying,
5. a specific concept used in the actual process of grappling,
6. a specific concept used in the actual process of throwing,

7. a specific aspect of timing,
8. the relationship between one's biomechanical position and an opponent's biomechanical action; e.g. one biomechanical position against one biomechanical action,
9. the relationship between one's technical position and an opponent's technical action; e.g. one technical position against one technical action
 
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Zero to Three Timing Ratio


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "zero to three timing ratio" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition
:
In this system, the key phrase "zero to three timing ratio" is defined as;
1. a specific concept used in the actual process of guarding,
2. a specific concept used in the actual process of striking,
3. a specific concept used in the actual process of blocking,
4. a specific concept used in the actual process of parrying,
5. a specific concept used in the actual process of grappling,
6. a specific concept used in the actual process of throwing,

7. a specific aspect of timing,
8. the relationship between one's biomechanical position and an opponent's biomechanical actions; e.g. one biomechanical position against three biomechanical actions,
9. the relationship between one's technical position and an opponent's technical actions; e.g. one technical position against three technical actions
 
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Entry link: Zero to Three Timing Ratio

Zero to Two Timing Ratio


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "zero to two timing ratio" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition
:
In this system, the key phrase "zero to two timing ratio" is defined as;
1. a specific concept used in the actual process of guarding,
2. a specific concept used in the actual process of striking,
3. a specific concept used in the actual process of blocking,
4. a specific concept used in the actual process of parrying,
5. a specific concept used in the actual process of grappling,
6. a specific concept used in the actual process of throwing,

7. a specific aspect of timing,
8. the relationship between one's biomechanical position and an opponent's biomechanical actions; e.g. one biomechanical position against two biomechanical actions,
9. the relationship between one's technical position and an opponent's technical actions; e.g. one technical position against two technical actions
 
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Entry link: Zero to Two Timing Ratio

Zero to Zero Timing Ratio


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "zero to zero timing ratio" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition
:
In this system, the key phrase "zero to zero timing ratio" is defined as;
1. a specific concept used in the actual process of guarding,
2. a specific concept used in the actual process of striking,
3. a specific concept used in the actual process of blocking,
4. a specific concept used in the actual process of parrying,
5. a specific concept used in the actual process of grappling,
6. a specific concept used in the actual process of throwing,

7. a specific aspect of timing,
8. the relationship between one's biomechanical position and an opponent's biomechanical position; e.g. one biomechanical position against one biomechanical position,
9. the relationship between one's technical position and an opponent's technical position; e.g. one technical position against one technical position
 
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Entry link: Zero to Zero Timing Ratio


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