I put a chunner in an arm triangle and then knifed him in the face.
Went to Pulahan Derobio eskrima beach day. Not the group I train with but I was invited so figured it'd be good to catch up with them. They did all their training in the early AM so I just hung out. One guy there showed me his custom breaching/killling tomahawk design, from first production to the current one with a clamshell sheath.
Week 2 doing Muai Thai.
- step 1; forget everything you know about kickboxing
- step 2; surprise yourself with the power you can generate when kicking properly
- step 3; spend a full hour kicking a bag / pads until the technique is embedded in your mind for all eternity
- step 4; go home and get sympathy from the hot ass girlfriend who then asks 'so how'd you get those bruises' thinking you were going to cash in only to get told 'oh you did it to yourself no sympathy here'.
- step 5; spend the night rolling over and waking up because the swelling on your legs from kicking hard objects is irritating
- step 6; return to the gym the next day and get to work on the other leg
I predict much pain for the next few weeks.
Edit - this is not entirely true. My legs actually healed really quickly and the swelling was almost gone by the time I jogged home. The kankles however remain.
Get some Dit Da Jow, It helped me with my shins when I started Muay thai our KRU actually got me onto it. its the same stuff guys use when training iron palm etc, help recover injuries faster, promotes blood flow, and strengthens the bones,
Thanks for the tip.
It has a distinct ethanol type smell Chinese herbalists can mix it up for you or you can buy store made, the creams commonly used for bruising are arnica and comfrey I use to mix the two together they are quite good too,