Posted On:2/20/2003 4:47pm
Fighty McGee- :)
I don't know about the whiping the body in mid air, I was doing two straight kick type things.
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Posted On:2/20/2003 5:02pm
Different kick altogether then. This kick derives alot of its power from the mid-air turn.
Mr. fromLogan, are you speaking of a spinning back/side kick, or a spinning hook/heel kick? I was under the impression we were talking about the spinning hook kick. A spinning back or side kick can generate tons of power, and depending on who you're fighting, can be very tactically sneaky.
Edited by - Fighty McGee on February 20 2003 17:04:39
Posted On:2/20/2003 6:06pm
Style: Kyokushinkai / Kajukenbo
I was talking about spinning back/side, though a spinning hook landed and separated my ribs-different ones, this time on the right side. First time was in Hawaii in the 70ís. Last one was two years ago, done by a multi system bb who is a master at coming at you like a tornadoÖI have a classic memory of him hopping on one foot across the mat in a stupid kung-fu pose with a big grin about to explode into whirling dervish dude. We bbís have spent a little time talking about how to beat him. Most of the time spinning hooks don't seem that effective, but in the right hands... (so to speak)
I know this sound like Iím a big rib injured guy, but Iíve also had my nose broken a couple times and took a guy out of training for three months with a front snap to his ribs. I felt bad.
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