5/26/2011 9:40pm, #21
Last edited by Sang; 5/26/2011 9:46pm at ."Boxing is the art of hitting an opponent from the furthest distance away, exposing the least amount of your body while getting into position to punch with maximum leverage and not getting hit."
5/26/2011 9:41pm, #22
5/26/2011 11:10pm, #23
5/27/2011 12:34am, #24
You can't effectively evade and counterstrike if you're tight and going for the knockout, swinging for the fence strike with every throw
Learn to be a counter puncher/kicker. Realize your opponents commitment to direction and capitalize.
Acknowledge your strengths and weaknesses based on your body type. Short - learn to work inside. Tall - use your reach advantage.
Also - Don't be a *****.Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do
5/27/2011 12:59am, #25
Missing posts moved here: http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=106606
Previously, I have refrained from issuing infractions for being a dumbass in this forum. However, if you've been a member of this website for more than six months, you should know better than to make a low content or YMAS type post in the technique forums.
This is an advisory post to inform all members that soon infractions will be issued for making off topic or low content posts in the Basic Technique forum.
5/27/2011 8:57am, #26"Never trust a quote you read on the internet" - Abraham Lincoln
5/27/2011 10:43am, #27
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why are we listing mistakes? Why would you go around looking for mistakes as opposed for the way to do it right?
which is still BS, because different people do it differently..
Last night a dutch ex-champion kickboxer told me that he kicks with his instep. Why? That's just what he does. According to all kickboxing rules that's a big no-no. He's got his reasons. It's not a mistake,
5/27/2011 11:12am, #28
Look buddy, there is a distinction between different techniques and mistakes. If its merely a different technique, it shouldn't be on this thread. Clear mistakes are different things. Its not BS to list mistakes for that reason. The reason this thread is BS is because reading common mistakes isn't going to be that helpful and its better to just have your coach point it out for you. And if you're experienced enough, then you don't need to read this thread to know the common mistakes.
5/27/2011 2:03pm, #29
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5/27/2011 3:17pm, #30
One thing I see a lot of beginners do is drag their rear leg behind them like an anchor, which in turn creates the awful habit of leaning forward while throwing punches.