The Khasaf Har sananw – second defense protects from an opponent who is angrily striking with hooking punches, known in boxing as wild haymakers.
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Aha’ Satash Qan Sananw – Combat of Seth Second Attack
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Aha’ Satash – Combat of Seth Khasaf Hr Tapya – First Defense
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Aha’ Satash Qan Tapya – Combat of Seth First Attack
The Qan Tapya of Aha’ Satash is designed to shorten the distance between you and the opponent while creating an opening in their defenses, then completing the attack with strikes to the face. Qan Tapya was inspired by the Aha’tyw fighters of the ancient battlefield, finding themselves unarmed against an enemy equipped with a shield.
Introduction to Aha’ Satash – Combat of Seth
Aha’ Satash is intended to be a reconstruction of the first and only unarmed form taught to new soldiers. Based from the relief of boxers in the tomb of Kheruef, Aha’ Satash formulated a limited number of Hwaw – Strikes, and Sharw – Blocks to provide an effective unarmed combat discipline designed to repel a forward attack. In a military environment a soldier would be issued weapons and would be expected to keep them with him and carry them into combat. Since basic training for new recruits focuses on developing skill with their weapons and instilling discipline and teamwork, unarmed combat would rightly be considered a secondary skill at best.