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3 to 0 Timing Ratio

 
Label: In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "3 to 0 timing ratio" is a label that's used to identify;
 
Definition: In this system, the key phrase "3 to 0 timing ratio" is defined as;

1. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of guarding,
2. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of striking,
3. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of blocking,
4. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of parrying,
5. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of grappling,
6. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of throwing,
7. a specific aspect of timing,
8.
the relationship between one's biomechanical actions and an opponent's biomechanical position, three actions to one position.


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Entry link: 3 to 0 Timing Ratio

3 to 1 Timing Ratio

 
Label: In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "3 to 1 timing ratio" is a label that's used to identify;
 
Definition: In this system, the key phrase "3 to 1 timing ratio" is defined as;

1. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of guarding,
2. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of striking,
3. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of blocking,
4. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of parrying,
5. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of grappling,
6. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of throwing,
7. a specific aspect of timing,
8.
the relationship between one's biomechanical actions and an opponent's biomechanical action, three actions to one action.


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Entry link: 3 to 1 Timing Ratio

3 to 2 Timing Ratio

 
Label: In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "3 to 2 timing ratio" is a label that's used to identify;
 
Definition: In this system, the key phrase "3 to 2 timing ratio" is defined as;

1. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of guarding,
2. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of striking,
3. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of blocking,
4. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of parrying,
5. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of grappling,
6. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of throwing,
7. a specific aspect of timing,
8.
the relationship between one's biomechanical actions and an opponent's biomechanical actions, three actions to two actions.


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Entry link: 3 to 2 Timing Ratio

3 to 3 Timing Ratio

 
Label: In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "3 to 3 timing ratio" is a label that's used to identify;
 
Definition: In this system, the key phrase "3 to 3 timing ratio" is defined as;

1. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of guarding,
2. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of striking,
3. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of blocking,
4. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of parrying,
5. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of grappling,
6. a specific combative concept used in the actual process of throwing,
7. a specific aspect of timing,
8.
the relationship between one's biomechanical actions and an opponent's biomechanical actions, three actions to three actions.


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Entry link: 3 to 3 Timing Ratio

312 Processing Pattern


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "312 processing pattern" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "312 processing pattern"
is defined as;
an expression that refers to the specific order of the processing stages; based on a serial mono process - stage three, which is followed by stage one, which is followed by stage two.


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Entry link: 312 Processing Pattern

321 Processing Pattern


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "321 processing pattern" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "321 processing pattern"
is defined as;
an expression that refers to the specific order of the processing stages; based on a serial mono process - stage three, which is followed by stage two, which is followed by stage one.


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Entry link: 321 Processing Pattern

3rd Dimension

 
Label: In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "3rd dimension" is a label that's used to identify;
 
Definition: In this system, the key phrase "3rd dimension" is defined as;

1. a specific group of White Lotus teachings,
2. In context with advanced skill development, a group of studies and sub-studies that are used to impart a series of ideologies, elements, methodologies, processes, and practices
.


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Entry link: 3rd Dimension

3rd Processing Pattern


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "3rd processing pattern" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition:
In this system, the key phrase "3rd processing pattern"
is defined as;
an expression that refers to the specific 213 order of the processing stages; based on a serial mono process - stage two, which is followed by stage one, which is followed by stage three.


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Entry link: 3rd Processing Pattern

4

4 Feet


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "4 feet" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition
:
In this system, the key phrase "4 feet" is defined as;
1. a specific measurement of distance; e.g. forty-eight inches of core separation,
2. the amount of spatial separation that exists between one's self and one's opponent; e.g. a measurement of distance associated with being on the boarder of the center section of the high risk zone and the back section of the high risk zone.
 
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Entry link: 4 Feet

4 Moments


Label:
In the White Lotus System of Unarmed Combat®, the expression "4 moments" is a label that's used to identify;

Definition
:
In this system, the key phrase "4 moments" is defined as;
 
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Entry link: 4 Moments


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