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The woodwind section will glare on the drummers. The brass section sticks their noses via a flight at them. And then they move out for the field one day without the drum line and do you know what? No one can march to the life of them. No one can keep their steps. Lines are squiggling forward and backward. Formations that were once crisp and defined are sluggish and bloated looking. That perfectly formed capital 'O' the band worked so hard on yesterday now resembles a half-hearted 'U'. What is wrong with everybody? Eliminate those unnecessary movements and complicated twists and turns. Face your assailant, keep his full attention and don't turn your back on him/her. No Spinning or jumping. Keep your feet securely on the floor. Strike where you might be. Changing you position to be able to strike wastes valuable time in a very self defense situation. Every strike have to be a powerful blow and directed at weakening your opponent or attacker. Even better has to be blend of strikes for immediate take down. Key point of attack ought to be to the throat, eyes, jaw, groin or knees. Combination of hand and foot attacks make the this method more efficient in attack and defense. Body strength isn't main factor for this fighting style, instead body momentum can be used to build quick consecutive strikes. Once momentum within your attack starts, it should not be stopped unless you opponent is knocked down. The interior designer, Frances Elkins was exceptional for the reason that she combined American styles with European classical style to make a unique blend. She was one of several early female designers to achieve the skill of interior decoration. Her masterpieces have secured an exalted position on her behalf inside minds of designers and art lovers.