Self-Defense: Chaos Vs Structure Using The Framing Concept
Here’s a visual example of over-reacting when defending punches and being pulled in a chaotic fighting dynamic, and the opposite, which is building and developing structure and therefore, composure. That allows you to be able to execute minimal adjustments to the incoming punches, as you maintain a core structure.
This is taken from an introductory explanation to one of the 3 Defensive Structures that we have in the MANONUDA Self-Defense Program, which is Framing. We got a whole progression and applications for this and the rest of those structures.
Source: Self-Defense Seminar in Brussels, Belgium. January 2020.