After performing several sets of the Downward Figure Eight Striking Pattern, the move into a free flow, know as Sayaw. Jake and Jordan now move according to how they feel they should, and express themselves using their favorite motions and techniques that they have learned through training. They still remain at largo mano range.
At the very end, they move from Largo Mano range to Medio, or middle range. Here Jake attacks with a forehand strike, which Jordan defends by stepping into the attack and protecting his head with a Roof Block. This is the opening motion of a Medio range training drill called Sumbrada. After Jordan successfully counter-attacks, the boys once again free flow, and then it is Jordan's turn to attack and Jake's chance to defend using the Roof Block.
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