The two-handed groin block or X block: snap the staff down in front of the groin with both hands holding the staff.
The groin block (open). Here the staff snaps to block the groin, but the arms are not crossed.
The two-handed side block: snap the staff across the body and block the chest area (front view of front block) -
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The one-handed rising block: snap the arm up to block the face with the staff held down the f orearrn. 82
The groin-striking block: swing the staff down in front of the groin with both hands to effect a swinging block.
The front-rising block: snap up the staff with one arm to block the front of the body holding the staff down the forearm.
The swinging or striking low block: swing the staff down across the leg to block a kick.
The middle-striking block: snap the staff in front of the chest to block the abdomen.
The striking rising I . snap and in front of the body to block kicks and punches.
The striking groin block: snap the staff across the front of the lower body to block the groin.
The rising block with two hands: the staff is snapped up to block the strike. The middle block with one hand: the staff strikes the punching arm.
The double groin block: the staff snaps down to block the kick to the groin.
The side block with one hand: the staff swings down and strikes the kicking leg.
The middle block with one arm: the staff swings across the body to contact and block the punch.
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