Goupo Vuati is a mostly defensive martial art that focuses on taking down your opponent by exploiting weakness in your opponent and using your body’s own strengths. The primary focus lies on both pressure points and joint locks and it often relies on the agility and strength, or lack thereof, of your opponent.
The biggest strength of Goupo Vuati is being able to fully utilize your body’s full arsenal of potential weapons. By exploiting the shifts in balance of both fighters your opponent tends to tire out pretty quickly, giving you the perfect opportunities to retaliate.
On the other hand the biggest weakness of Goupo Vuati is that it requires a great deal of mastery. So if you’re still relatively new to this style you could quickly end up overpowered
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