Other Techniques in the same attack group: Deflecting Hammer, Intellectual Departure, Thrusting Salute, Swinging Pendulum, Hugging Pendulum, Retreating Pendulum, Detour from Doom, Circle of Doom, Rotating Destruction, Deceptive Panther, Defensive Cross, Bowing to Buddha
As you step back with the right foot to , into a left neutral bow, execute a left downward block to turn him clockwise so his back ends up facing you. Follow immediately with a right ball kick to the groin from the rear.
Plant the right foot to in a right front twist, with the toes of your right foot pointing to . Execute a left knife edge kick to the inside of the right knee. Plant the left foot to in a left neutral bow to .
As soon as your left foot is down, execute a right overhead downward hammer fist to the sternum with a right sandwiching knee to the spine.
Plant your right foot back to 4:30 and pivot clockwise to 4:30 into a right neutral bow to 4:30, as you execute a right outward back-knuckle to the jaw (sliding it up his chest), followed immediately by a left inward heel palm claw to the chin/face.
Hop to 7:00 onto the left foot with a right upward ridge hand to the mastoid to lift him slightly and to fuel a right overhead downward roundhouse kick after he falls back down.
The placement of the right foot in step 2 above is awkward, but it's intended to be so. The purpose of this placement is to teach a follow-up move (i.e., the knife-edge kick to the knee) in the event that we end up with our foot mis-aligned during the execution of a technique. The placement of the foot here actually pulls the hip into a good starting position for a knife-edge kick.