Thread: Are high-kicks really useful?
7/30/2006 11:10pm, #41Originally Posted by THX-1138
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Look I have nothing against head high kicks. When sparring in Kyokushin, I use them where I can. Why ? Because it's striking rules only. I'm sceptical as to if you have ever fought a good grappler. Punch/ elbows/ knees/ low-mid high kicks are fine. Other than that its just grappling all the way.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!
7/30/2006 11:16pm, #42Originally Posted by Hannibal
7/30/2006 11:29pm, #43
i once high kicked 5 burglars and they ALL died. true story. this was with one kick as well like in those anime cartoons
7/31/2006 12:04am, #44
7/31/2006 12:00pm, #45
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I think when you mean usefull, you mean to have the the highest oppurtunity to deliver an attack.
High kicks aren't as verstile as many other moves such as punching. When your talking about self-defense your going to rely on whatever the hell you trained the most, primarly because when the **** hits the fan you don't know what the hell you might pull out.
Also low kicks > high kicks
7/31/2006 6:14pm, #46
I was watching Apex Championship Fighting on TSN (canadian sports network) and I saw a BJJ'er kick a striker in the head, FTW.
A BJJ'ER! KICKED A GUY IN THE HEAD. FTW!
8/01/2006 1:12am, #47
No one here is saying head kicks cannot work.
The thread title is all about are they useful. To some extent yes, but there is other stuff which is MORE useful. Such as low kicks and grappling.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!
8/01/2006 6:15am, #48Originally Posted by Hannibal
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8/01/2006 6:29am, #49
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8/01/2006 9:48am, #50Originally Posted by HannibalSumus extra manum tuam.