1/28/2006 12:54am, #61Originally Posted by Reese
Originally Posted by Kidspatula
1/28/2006 12:59am, #62Originally Posted by Sirc
it's a rediculous response to a blanket statement. It's like someone saying "Nobody uses wing chun in the ufc!" and then referring to that fat guy that got beat up by Mark Coleman in one of the first UFC's to refute that point.
edit: actually it's kinda dumber because Genki Sudo breakdances in MMA and K1Ranked #9 internationally at 118lbs by WIKBA http://www.womenkickboxing.com/wikba...rch%202009.htm
1/28/2006 1:23am, #63Originally Posted by Kidspatula
1/28/2006 1:31am, #64Originally Posted by SircIt just takes footwork and is an actual full positioned sidekick where I end up facing sideways.
While: As long as; during the time that: It was lovely while it lasted
I assume we're all speaking English here..
1/28/2006 1:42am, #65
Oh poo on you. Semantics semantics.
1/28/2006 9:04am, #66Originally Posted by evilgollum
1/28/2006 1:40pm, #67Originally Posted by Kidspatula
My opinion: roundhouse > sidekick
but sidekick still isn't obsolete when trained right.
1/28/2006 2:28pm, #68Originally Posted by Sirc
In light of the advancements in live combat in the last 15 years, performing a side kick from a forward-facing stance. seems a little short-sighted.
That is of course you are just playing tag...:icon_flow
1/28/2006 2:31pm, #69
I don't think sidekicks are stupid; they have their place.
You use them when your opponent is perpendicular to your side.
They work quite well esp. when aimed low to check your opponent's advancements.
1/28/2006 2:40pm, #70
Who said that sidekicks are gay?I know of several schools who use them frequently.
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