The world’s first interactive reaction training device

The world’s first interactive reaction training device


Anthony Kelly introduced the Din Jong reaction training device into Sydney in 1995.


Martial artists will see similarities in the wing chun wooden dummy.


The reaction training device gives a detailed assessment of reaction, coordination and development. With adjustable speeds, kick ratio, telegraphing ratio, feinting ratio, simultaneous attack ratio and counterstrike sensitivity for every area of this unique unit. The system provides a print out showing strikes successfully deflected, successful counterstrikes, reaction and response time, a break down of weakest areas of defense and a history of improvement.
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