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Viewgraph 1 Physical Layout
Viewgraph 2 Vulnerable - Front/Back
Viewgraph 3 Vulnerable - Head/Side
Viewgraph 4 Backroll Stretch
Viewgraph 5 Buddy-Assisted Splits (Leg Spreader)
Viewgraph 6 Buddy-Assisted Hamstring Stretch
Viewgraph 7 Buddy-Assisted Groin (Butterfly) Stretch
Viewgraph 8 Buddy-Assisted Back Stretch
Viewgraph 9 Fighter’s Stance
Viewgraph 10 Punch To Solar Plexus
Viewgraph 11 Thumb Strike To Throat
Viewgraph 12 Thumb Strike To Shoulder Joint
Viewgraph 13 Hammer Fist Strike To Face
Viewgraph 14 Hammer Fist Strike To Side Of Neck
Viewgraph 15 Hammer Fist To Pectoral Muscle
Viewgraph 16 Hook Punch To Solar Plexus Or Floating Ribs
Viewgraph 17 Uppercut To Chin
Viewgraph 18 Knife Hand Strike To Side Of Neck
Viewgraph 19 Knife Hand Strike To Radial Nerve
Viewgraph 20 Palm-heel Strike To Chin
Viewgraph 21 Palm-heel Strike To Solar Plexus
Viewgraph 22 Palm-heel Strike To Kidneys
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