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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhauk87
    i'm assuming this video is a joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PasleyPMT
    Your "style list" says Muay Thai...doesn't look like no Moo Tie I ever done saw.

    It just looks like you were savagely detroying your elbow and arm trying to whack a padded stick. :5propelle
    I cross train it from Tang Soo Do
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaTrocity
    i'm assuming this video is a joke.
    you're a funny guy


    I thought you said you used to use a makiwara? Well.. I didnt use my right punch because It's got a nasty, deep scab atm.. I know my left chambered is kind of *****... I've got a good explanation for not using my bag.. it's shitty and I can't use footwork too well right now because of a previous bilateral tibia fracture I'm recovering from.. I can't even use my front stance with a straight back leg because of all the atrophy..

    I basicaly just went to my makiwara to generate as much power as I could and record it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAYoung

    There's really no need for you to keep your hands up like that. Yes...I know that's what they teach in korotty because that's what they taught me to but it really just mucks up your movement and doesnt allow good rotation and also makes balancing difficult. Which is why practically everyone that tries to keep their hands up when they kick opens up their arms.

    On your right kick throw that right hand back and your left hand across your face, this will be sufficient protection and will allow you to better balance yourself while turning your hip past the target.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhauk87
    you're a funny guy
    Sadly, I wasnt being funny, there was an actual debate in my mind as to whether or not someone was trolling my thread. Take it as you may. I'd take it as a reason to drop tang soo do.

    That being said it's a terrible habit to get into to leave your arm extended. You're putting more push then pop into your strike. There's no need to try and push through the target. You should strike, deliver all your energy and withdraw your strike quickly. Also you're leaning way to far forward in an attempt to push even harder.
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    I do the punch pull thing for my makiwara only.. I don't do that with 16 oz gloves on at muay thai.. I also don't pull my makiwara punches back immediately because I'm trying to let the force of my strike return to my body..

    no... I'm not trying to lean forward to push.. I'm trying to keep a good posture and punch from that.. muscle atrophy in the calves really makes things weird for you, that's why my stances are awkward..
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    I hadn't seen your thread
    Here it is.
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    You should consider posting something more kickboxingish.

    At any rate, I cant account for your injury because I don't know how it affects your ability to do things perfectly.

    However I can point out that if you weren't lunging forward and making yourself off balance that you wouldn't have stumbled forward on the glancing strike
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaTrocity
    There's really no need for you to keep your hands up like that. Yes...I know that's what they teach in korotty because that's what they taught me to but it really just mucks up your movement and doesnt allow good rotation and also makes balancing difficult. Which is why practically everyone that tries to keep their hands up when they kick opens up their arms.

    On your right kick throw that right hand back and your left hand across your face, this will be sufficient protection and will allow you to better balance yourself while turning your hip past the target.
    OK, Miss Shinyhair. I'll give it a try - thanks.

    Can you show me an example, e.g. from Youtube?
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    I'll make ashly record one tomorrow.
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