Response to the Front Kick Essay

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Response to the Front Kick

LINE Training 2 - Response to the Front Kick

The purpose of this document is to provide the reader with a clear explanation of the
maneuvers contained in Series 2 of Marine Corps LINE Training. LINE stands for Linear
Infighting Neuro-override Engagement. It is based on the principle of using the brain's
involuntary reactions to traumatic injury to gain an advantage over an opponent. Despite
its brutality, the technique is intended only to be used for self-defense. All LINE
tactics begin with a quick reversal, followed by a ‘softening blow' to cause some form
of trauma, and then end with a killing blow.


Because this will be an unarmed combat exercise, no extra materials will be necessary
other than a willing opponent to assist with the maneuver.


1. Assuming that the opponent is kicking with the right leg, and that you are standing
to face to face with him, quickly roll on the balls of your feet until you are facing
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