SKJ COMBAT CONCEPTS
He who is strategically coherent and imposes his strategy will achieve victory.
The one who pursues his strategy with the most appropriate tactical means will achieve victory.
In combat, there are no static or energetically void situations.
It is imperative to recognize and accept the opponent's energy needs, but always denying their structural needs. Opposing the energetic expression of the opponent only creates a new attack platform for him. That is, the enemy needs and has an energy opposition proportional to their attack to develop their attack. In other words, if he pushes, he needs and presupposes a resistance to his push to develop his attack.
Areas in dispute in combat: time, space, structure and energy. Supremacy in one of these areas, leads to supremacy in the others:
A. Supremacy over time: go no sen, sen, sen sen no sen, allows the combatant to always decide the moment of contact (and consequently impact).
B. The supremacy over space allows the combatant to decide the form and the contact angles, and limits the reactive options of the opponent.
C. The positional structure of the fighter is his energy launch pad. He who disrupts the positional structure of the enemy will take away his energetic potential.
D. Energy is the result of the correlation of the three previous elements.