Posted On:2/10/2008 11:48am
Style: MT, Boxing
Even though you're probably a little drunk, you're not wrong about the not worrying part.
Posted On:2/10/2008 1:29pm
Style: chinese boxing
I have dents up and down my shins from 12 years ago, when I did Muay Thai. Before that, I had some weird separation of the tendon and shinbone (Osgood Schlotters, I think) that made my shins super-sensitive. After conditioning my shins, they are not sensitive at all. The dents don't feel any worse. I dont see how you can avoid the dents if you seriously do kickboxing.
Posted On:2/10/2008 5:10pm
Style: muay thai
no worries, in fact it helps, i've been fighting for 10+ years, my shins are a little wacky, it works GREAT
i think it's kinda like a sword or a pinpoint attack, your putting a buncha pressure in a specific area.
i've just gotten used to kicking with a certain region of my shin, good times.
from a medical stand point (i'm only a second year student so don't take my word) - calicified bone is the best! less chance of break, it's harder so it as less give, and it has less nerves so you feel less pain. (i've done the bottle rolling trick so my pain sensativity is way the hell low anyway but it's a good thing!)
Posted On:8/13/2008 4:28am
Style: MMA, Yoga
Piss off, if i want to look at inter-racial, many holes porn i'll just click any of the links in my favorites.
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