1% Shark is better than you.
Posted On:1/30/2008 11:19am
I said, preferably WINNING!
Posted On:1/30/2008 11:46am
Style: Chinese Boxing
Yeah, but I figured since you're on the team.....
Posted On:1/30/2008 4:22pm
Style: Sanda, BJJ
Originally Posted by new2bjj
I had to think about this- more dynamic- after he hospitalized 3 guys in a row- what is he doing, kicking holes in people? That guy should be putting in the sidekick instructional here.
He teaches it all the time at Boston Sanda. I wish I could videotape him teaching it, but I'm not sure how he'd feel about that. I also don't own a camera. I'll look into it though.
Posted On:1/30/2008 4:33pm
Style: TKD, MT, KEMPO
Is he Jason Yee's student? Huh, I didn't know that. He could do an instructional tape for IKF magazine and make some $$$. If he's not into that, get him to do a youtube thing. Much appreciated.
"Coffee is for Closers" GlenGarry Glenross
Posted On:1/30/2008 4:38pm
Yes he's Jason Yee's student. Unfortunately I've never met Jason. He left to pursue a movie career before I joined.
I won't be in the gym for maybe a week, so I'll ask about it then.
Posted On:1/30/2008 5:23pm
I saw one of Jason's straight to video movies sitting at blockbuster. I have a feeling he gets to avenge his loss against Cung Le in it. I didn't bother watching it- I couldn't get past the Bruce Lee 'hair do on the cover art.
On the sidekick note, I wonder if Murray uses the old kick over the chair exercise for his side kick- you know, for a strong chamber.
Posted On:1/30/2008 6:39pm
I'm not sure which exercise you're talking about. Do you mean chambering the kick heavily and extending the leg over the back of a chair?
As to the video. Even our gym rats can't recommend it.
Posted On:1/30/2008 6:48pm
That would be the exercise.
Posted On:1/31/2008 11:50pm
Style: Se-Jong TKD
Originally Posted by odorblocker
I know not everyone here throws side kicks. If you do, which way do you do it? Do you turn the foot when you kick or your foot stay turned all the time. I saw the video below and it got me thinking about that.
We just learned the side kick in class last night (my fifth lesson). We were told to pivot the foot three quarters of the way when chambering it, then finish the pivot while kicking.
As far as application were were told not to think about using it for self defense and that low kicks were more useful for selfdefense.
Posted On:2/01/2008 12:50am
Style: San Shou
I dunno about self defence, but I can knock people over with sidekicks when I'm sparring.
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