Thread: Are high-kicks really useful?
8/02/2006 12:48pm, #61Originally Posted by patfromlogan
An unexpected well-placed high kick can end a fight in an instant.
Grappling ability lessens the "risk" factor in high kicks.
Most people have no business attempting high kicks in self-defense situations because they lack the ability to deploy them properly and are also ill-equipped to deal with the conequences of a possible takedown attempt.
8/03/2006 12:20am, #62Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
A real life attack or self defense situation is a very faced paced, up close and brutal encounter. It's not a kung fu action movie. If you seem to think anything on that clip reflects reality then you are mistaken. Maybe oneday you'll find out why. For your sake, you'd better be ready.Hannibal: The sworn enemy of dishonest politicians, source of entertainment on Bullshido and newly appointed Office Linebacker. Terry Tait ain't got **** on me !!!!
8/03/2006 1:10am, #63
That clip is reality.
It's one that I got during my first few weeks of my learning MAs online.
edit: wow, you musta been working on that post for a long time.
8/03/2006 1:35am, #64Originally Posted by THX-1138
8/03/2006 1:35am, #65Originally Posted by HannibalSumus extra manum tuam.
8/03/2006 1:38am, #66Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
8/03/2006 1:42am, #67Originally Posted by DAYoungSumus extra manum tuam.
8/03/2006 2:10am, #68Originally Posted by mrblackmagic
8/03/2006 2:12am, #69
The goat ain't what I'm worried about.
Last edited by mrblackmagic; 8/03/2006 2:14am at .Sumus extra manum tuam.
8/03/2006 2:23am, #70Originally Posted by DAYoung
Shirley you Kant be Sirius.