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  1. FukFu is offline

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    12/27/2002 9:16pm


     

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    What are some of your favourite striking combinations?

    Here is one of mine;
    jab - cross - hook - lifting elbow - level elbow - swimming elbow


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    This is another combo that I like.

    Jab followed by a lifting elbow thrown with the same arm as the jab was. These two strikes are doubled up like a boxers double Jab, followed by a swimming elbow and then a level elbow.


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    I like the simple ones.

    Jab, cross, hook
    Jab, cross, uppercut
    Feint jab, low kick, jab, jab, choke
    Feint jab, move forward at a 45 degree angle, jab, cross, hook, clinch and knee
    jab, jab, cross, hook, push, roundhouse (needs speed to make it work)
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    12/30/2002 11:31pm


     

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    Feint jab, low kick, jab, jab, choke
    What kind of choke?

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    Posted On:
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    WTF is a "swimming elbow"?



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    Swimming elbow is to a level elbow, as an overhand is to a hook... I think. Its coming diagonally down. But you throw it out with the blade of your forearm, not like pulling back with the point of your elbow...

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    Swimming elbow is to a level elbow, as an overhand is to a hook... I think. Its coming diagonally down.
    Nihilanthic is right.



    But you throw it out with the blade of your forearm, not like pulling back with the point of your elbow...
    I donít doubt that Nihilanthic knows what a swimming elbow is; I just donít understand what he is trying to say.

    It is totally impossible to teach MA over the web. But to give you an idea of what a swimming elbow is; the way your arm moves when throwing a swimming elbow is similar to the way your arm moves while swimming (crawl).



    Hello Nihilanthic

    I have a couple of questions if you donít mind. Do you know the defence for Teep, the one were you use your opposite side arm to parry the kick? And what do you think of my combinations? I use them to close the gap when I want to clinch or shoot.


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    12/31/2002 10:00pm


     

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    JUst a normal front choke 'n sweep then mount.

    For self-defense purposes, the choke isn't necessary but it works like a charm when done during just fun sparring or on the mat
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    By "blade of your forearm" I mean the bone that is on the outside of your forearm... its the part from the tip and a few inches towards your wrist. I've been told to think of elbows as knives when you use them, and it helps. And one way I heard to describe it is to twist your upper body so you can throw it like a horizontal one and it comes down... you twist to your left if you throw it with your right elbow, and throw it down. Of course you raise it up a bit more so you can get a better angle, but you need a teacher to SHOW you and watch you do it.


    Yeah, I know the teep deflection... Just push it away. Keep your other hand up and be ready for a punch while they stomp down with that foot... and pull that hand back ASAP. If you're a jabby lil' mofo you can throw a quick punch while they recover.

    But like it seems everyone agrees, GET A GOOD TEACHER! A good trainer is worth more than any amount of "style" ever will be.

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    <John> I'd have to smack you sometime...
    Katana, on 540 kicks: "Hang from a ceiling fan with both hands. Flail your feet out and ask people to walk into you as you hit their face."
  10. Carbon is offline

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    Who really gives a ****?

    Its about being creative, and thinking initatively and not just mapping out things to do.

    Yes i understand that you can train your brain to throw combo's in fast sucession and very smoothly, but in the end ? this topic goes no where.
    I'll make one when I can find one I like.
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