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  1. ojgsxr6 is offline

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    My shins still hurt!

    How long until my shins get conditioned? Today I winged my shin on my trailer hitch and I didn't feel a thing, I thought it was pretty good considering how hard I hit it. In class we were doing conditioning (Without pads) and when we got to shins, they hurt like a bastard. The good news is I can otherwise take a beating.
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    Is this thing on?
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    IMO I dont agree with hard conditioning principles. A lot of them might be traditional but they were tailored to the student to let them ease into it. Also I've heard people complain about prolonged pain from things like MT shin conditioning and karateka punching a makiwara.

    Personally I think you'd be better off with a softer approach ie. just kicking the heavy bag a lot and then rubbing the area down well with a liniment every second day. In a while you'd be as conditioned as the others with no risk of long term pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty
    IMO I dont agree with hard conditioning principles. A lot of them might be traditional but they were tailored to the student to let them ease into it. Also I've heard people complain about prolonged pain from things like MT shin conditioning and karateka punching a makiwara.

    Personally I think you'd be better off with a softer approach ie. just kicking the heavy bag a lot and then rubbing the area down well with a liniment every second day. In a while you'd be as conditioned as the others with no risk of long term pain.
    what do you think muay thai shin conditioning is?? It's kicking heavy bags and thai pads, sparring with shin pads, then just getting used to fighting without. Some people do light contact sparring minus the shin pads to get used to the shin-shin contact. It's not like you're banging your shins with mallets or kicking down trees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kidspatula
    It's not like you're banging your shins with mallets or kicking down trees.
    So it's just Enshin that does that?

    Seriously though, can you clash shins without pads and not cry like a little girl or more specifically cry like me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ojgsxr6
    So it's just Enshin that does that?

    Seriously though, can you clash shins without pads and not cry like a little girl or more specifically cry like me.
    I haven't done any hard contact sparring without shin pads before, so I dunno. I've only done really light contact sparring without shin pads, but the experienced thai boxers at my gym tell me when you're fighting, you don't really feel it that much and it doesn't make much difference wether you're wearing pads or not.
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    When I do full contact sparring in Kyokushin, the shin on shin contact is not really noticed during the fight. I tend to cry like a little girl when I am back at home rubbing tiger balm on it.

    Seriously though, I never really felt the pain during the full contact sparring clashing shins until afterwards (maybe like 10 minutes after when the pain sinks in). My adrenaline during full contact still kills most of the pain for the time being.
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    I remember getting my shins bashed... they still do keep hitting pads, its ok to cry afterwards.
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    dont you find it hurts more when youre the kicker? i can shin check quite happily, but when i throw a couple of kicks that are checked hard, i really do feel that.
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    apologies for thread necromancy btw, i just clocked how old this is
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