Wanted to start opening up the advanced striking section so I threw up an impromptu video of some of my favorite leg kick strategies.
You must have a crush on Omega Supreme, don't you? Go do some push-ups or something.
In other words: good stuff. I really liked the first part because I have a hard time setting up actually effective inside-leg kicks. This video gave me some new ideas. Thanks for sharing.
Dammit I gotta catch a detail on the left coast so I can stop by and train a bit.
That last throw is sweet. Im going to try that, thanks Omega. I also like kicking the back leg once theyre blocking my regular leg kick with their shin raise.
Nice vid. I also like to use that move when sparring MMA style.
I've loved the leg-shoulder throw for a long time, but always classified it as pure showmanship; I never realized it was something that could actually be technically sound. I am so going to start doing that now.
Thank you, monsieur Omega.
Nice video. I'd seen people use the first technique a few times but never really seriously attempted it purely because I wasn't entirely sure on how to set it up, that video helped massively in this regard.
Guys at my gym are so reactive to leg kicks I imagine it will go down a treat.
Leg throw looks awesome...thanks for sharing !
Just going to echo everyone else and say that throw was awesome! I will definitely be experimenting with that one. I've got pretty shot out knees so any throw is iffy for me but that looks like a somewhat knee friendly (and very awesome) tool.
Last one was pretty sweet. nom nom nom MOAR
Hah they tried to teach me that 2nd technique in China, never got it right.
You are much better at explaining the 1st tech than my previous coach, everyone tries to chop the leg out with power instead of scooping it.
One question, from your experience: is the danger of getting kicked in the back of the knee when turning away from the lowkick a fair trade-off for the possible throw?
I see. Guess my timing just sucks.
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