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Fifth Position Break

 
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Are there any step by step diagrams on how to apply the Fifth Position Break pattern ?
With regards to the book, I having a "hard" time wrapping my head around the concept. It's funny for a while, but it wears thin after a few reads. It's certainly more fun than reading GoF but ..
 
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I guess you'll want the tshirt instead then. ;>
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Originally posted by Gavin Bong:
Are there any step by step diagrams on how to apply the Fifth Position Break pattern ?
With regards to the book, I having a "hard" time wrapping my head around the concept. It's funny for a while, but it wears thin after a few reads. It's certainly more fun than reading GoF but ..

 
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