Acquiring quick and / or instinctive appraisal skills on the change of grip and interruption of an adverse action before it has achieved its accomplishment (through the various states of the 6DKF)
Build a high intuitive, visual, and especially tactile sensitivity to adversary movements
About the increase of effectiveness of technical application, the exercises relate to:
Using advanced body mechanics (muscle chain, Dragon Motion, etc.) and deepening basic combat techniques (intercept, deviate, etc.)
Sequential movements timing, rooting, balancing and pefect managing of positions / directions
Muscle memory training through repetition in ever-more different and increasingly complex scenarios
Interiorization, the ability to spontaneously and instinctively practice a Chin Na in the exact time / space when the opportunity occurs and never forcibly
Recognizing the effectiveness of an application primarily through dialogue with the partner and later only feeling the reaction of the opponent's organism
Acquire a precise knowledge of the human body (internal organs, tendons, muscles, etc.) and its mobility
Learn how to use combat tactics (grip change, misdirectioning, etc.) and deception (fake, provocative, directional, etc.)
It was not by chance that Chin Na was taught only after physical preparation, after the study of positions / forms / sequences and after the acquisition of the most common fighting techniques (kicks, punches, parries, etc.).
To face the Chin Na's study in the absence of these premises inevitably leads to poor results and dangerous illusions of effectiveness. In the next articles of this series we will look in more detail about Chin Na exercises.