The beginning half of this video, the latter half shows how important rhythm/bounce are in footwork. -be lower than your guy -pinning the hands Learning to enter the mid and close range of your opponent with positioning in mind means you don't just have to rely on gluing your hands to your head and walking forward- and hell I dig that style, I think it's more underrated and complex than people realize, the proper use of it anyway but that's another topic. Note the crossover to wrestling's idea of being lower than your guy, controlling the arms/head. It goes beyond that though, head control, wrist, bicep, tricep control. You see the basics of this in the Thai clinch too. I also think like the thai clinch, or mma or wrestling/grappling/bjj, you can develop a sense of touch sense with your opponent when you begin pinning and manipulating the arms/hands and head in close range, but that comes with practice and time I think.