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    I would like to come out and make a formal apology to all board members

    Because I acted like an idiot instead of shutting up and training. After shutting up and training I found a gigantic problem with my footwork that has since improved my fighting. Although I'm nowhere neer good I at least have improved by like a centimeter.

    So this is an apology for all my crapposting. I can't say for certain I won't slip up but I can say at least I'm slightly less a stupid.

    Also for those who were curious. The problem was I was up on both of my toes. Normally in Krav its supposed to be back leg up only by a little bit. Once I fixed this footwork became a little smoother and it was easier to pull off corner turns. It also made it easier to do dip and then come in.

    Now if you will excuse me I got about 20 other problems to train on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    Because I acted like an idiot instead of shutting up and training. After shutting up and training I found a gigantic problem with my footwork that has since improved my fighting.
    improved your fighting?
    what fighting?



    Although I'm nowhere neer good I at least have improved by like a centimeter.
    do not fear to move forwards slowly, fear to stand still.

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    YOU COME INTO MY HOUSE...**** ON MY CARPET... AND EXPECT THAT A STUPID APOLOGY WILL FIX THIS??? Not without drama and stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom .C View Post
    YOU COME INTO MY HOUSE...**** ON MY CARPET... AND EXPECT THAT A STUPID APOLOGY WILL FIX THIS??? Not without drama and stuff.
    I DID NOT MEAN TO I COULD NOT FIND A BATHROOM GAWD *cries*

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    I DID NOT MEAN TO I COULD NOT FIND A BATHROOM GAWD *cries*
    Just use the carpet. Line up next to the cat's spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom .C View Post
    Just use the carpet. Line up next to the cat's spot.

    K I'll try to have better aim next time

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    who are you?

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    Dropping Krav will probably help with the whole not being able to fight thing.

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    Well I think my school is pretty good. There is a high emphasis on sparring. Though once I pass my drivers test (failed twice already) I will be joining one of the two MMA gyms around here as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    The problem was I was up on both of my toes. Normally in Krav its supposed to be back leg up only by a little bit. Once I fixed this footwork became a little smoother and it was easier to pull off corner turns. It also made it easier to do dip and then come in.

    Now if you will excuse me I got about 20 other problems to train on.
    Uuuhhhh. . . What?

    Weight on the balls of your feet; 60% forward, 40% back, rear heel raised as though you were in the process of taking a comfortable/natural/normal step.

    Your toes are there to provide balance, like they usually do. Not to be stood on.

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