4/18/2011 4:11pm, #1
Oh yeah I had an amateur san shou match.
This was at the end of the day after having done a grappling tournament, continuous point sparring and point sparring. I was pretty exhausted as evident by the videos. I'm not too particularly fond of my performance despite the win. Everything was just sloppy due to the exhaustion. I'm only really impressed by my head movement and counter timing. Otherwise I felt sluggish and wasn't really on my feet like I would be fresh. Anyway, comment away and enjoy the nut shot. I know some of you are gonna fap to it.
4/18/2011 4:17pm, #2
4/18/2011 4:25pm, #3
Why don't you see if you can post a video of you doing some San Shou while fresh, for comparison.
4/18/2011 4:33pm, #4
4/18/2011 4:38pm, #5
I'd give you some inane advice about working on building up your cardio, which I could follow up by commenting on the blueness of the sky and Lebell's need to shut the **** up. It goes without saying.
Your kicking was looking good in the first round before you started to gas, so, y'know, good job on that. Similarly, your takedowns seemed to have improved since the DTT debacle.
How come it was no point on the kick catch/base leg reap at the end of the first round?The fool thinks himself immortal,
If he hold back from battle;
But old age will grant him no truce,
Even if spears spare him.
4/18/2011 4:45pm, #6
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Both knees touched the ground immediately after as far as I could see.
Your side kick looked good, at least. Would be interesting to see a "fresh" video for comparison.
4/18/2011 4:47pm, #7
Early in the first round, it looked like you both were forsaking the throwing and then all of a sudden, seemed like you were looking to force a throw when it wasn't there. But overall it looked like you had fun so that's really all that matters.
4/18/2011 5:18pm, #8
4/18/2011 5:25pm, #9
I hate those stupid vests.
You actually would have dominated with a little more Sanda strategy thinking. A few changes would have racked up points without doing much else (like the aforementioned not lifting him and falling down).
4/18/2011 5:36pm, #10
Don't know **** about kickboxing, looked like two amateur beginners sparring to me.
Who was the tard who kept telling you to 'tomoe nage' when you were clinched, because if he's your cornerman you need to fire him, lol.
Decent few throws and throw attempts. I've forgotten your Judo sensei's name, but its evident that he's doing a good job in training you. Keep up the good work.