1. You and a partner take it in turns; one being the attacker, one being the defender. You will swap these roles every ten minuites.
2. The attacker attacks. If it is a successful strike the action is repeated exactly and the defender gets another chance to do things differently.
3. If the attack is a failure the attacker gets another go at his attack and the defender uses the same defence so the attacker can find a way around it.
4. Any new ability should be passed on to your partner when you learn it.
- You can build up chains of actions you have done; combos, slowly making the bouts more complex (I favour this) or you can stick to short bouts with a smaller number of attacks and defenceive moves each.
-My sparring technique is primarily designed for learning new abilities, keep this in mind, this increases knowledge and adaptability. It can be used to refine known abilities, this increases speed and concentration.