I know it’s been awhile since I posted a video but here’s a clip of two empty hand coordination drills I typically run at the start of any empty hand class.
In the background, you see two of my students doing what we call a redonda drill against a cross punch. It’s basically a parry into a grab and pull followed by a downward diagonal elbow to the triceps. It’s then followed by a cross punch to restart the drill for the next person.
In the foreground, you see my other two students doing what we call a hubud-lubud (tie/untie) drill agains a lead hook punch. The hook punch is blocked by the outside blade of the forearm while simultaneously throwing a vertical punch to the shoulder joint. It is then followed by a passing of the hook punch using the outside blade of the forearm that just threw the vertical punch. Finally, the arm is checked at the elbow by the opposite hand and a lead hook punch is thrown to restart the drill for the next person.