So almost everyone reaches level 3. So we’ll say it’s the sea. On the surface, there are waves. So it’s turbulent. But with training, you have to know
go to the bottom, where it’s calm. And when you come to that,
all the techniques will be reflexes. We will be banging at the same time. So now he will avoid. – No rhythm. – So now, he’s going to try. – No no. Singer!
(Laughter) – So he’s going to hit there. And you must avoid it. So we will use the same technique. Then he will type and you must avoid. So it was the same technique. There are volunteers to try? Now he will avoid. (Laughter) (Laughter) (Applause) (Applause) – OKAY ? (Beginning of applause.) – This state where you walked slowly is level 3. By training in levels 1, 2 and 3,
we can then reach level 4. Speed is not just going fast.
The other must not see what you are doing. For example : The other must not see the blow happen, in fact. So that is possible by reaching level 4. At first, it’s very important to train
to feel every part of his body. Why do we have to relax? It’s for… It is to feel all
body joints, a fluid movement. So blows using only the arms.
No legs. No hips. So there, he reached the limit of his speed by using only the arms. And there, he will use his hips. It’s slightly faster. Now he will use his knees. Still a little faster. Now, his legs. It’s even faster. So the speed comes from the ground – in fact – supports. There, connecting the joints increases your speed. Here. So there are six articulations that are interconnected. And he bent the joints. So by getting up, he’s gaining speed. Here. He can feel the strength by getting up. But that’s not visible to the naked eye. We can just
feel it yourself when you do it. So he uses his arms without using his legs. He has reached his speed limit. Now, getting up is much faster. He will demonstrate to you by moving himself. A volunteer ?