What got me interested is that I had never been exposed to training with a'freedom of movement' focus. Yes, I had been told before 'a block can be a strike' or 'move fluidly', but never had I been explained how it worked. Or more to the point, how to make it work.This series addresses the hilarious line by Jim Carrey's karate instructor sketch from In Living Color: "Like a lot of beginning students, you attacked me wrong". The biggest criticism karate practitioners get is, your training is not realistic because it lacks unpredictability, and that is exactly what this series is about.Thanks to this series, now I have a way to train karate with the same goal that was planted in my brain by Bruce Lee: "And when there is an opportunity, I do not hit. It hits all by itself".I am afraid this series did not meet my expectations, it far exceeded them by the simple way Sensei AJ presents his ideas, that I was almost embarrassed for not understanding something that now seems so obvious.I would recommend this series not only to all Wadoka but to all karate practitioner because anyone can benefit from it, regardless of style.Don't wait. Watch this series now!