Posted On:2/10/2008 1:20am
Style: muay thai
here's the thing, i've been fighting for going on 14 years now. But for the past 6 years i started training iin muay thai and boxing. (before i was doing tkd and brazilian jiu jitsu which don't require one to stick to a stance)
I THINK i might be ambidextrous, i write with my left hand, but i just feel more comfortable in a orthodox stance.
I'm highly considering learning to fight southpaw or ambidextrous just for the advantage it gives. Is... it worth it? and if it is, should i just go southpaw or train ambidextrous (however one happens to train that way)
i'm only 21 so its not that late in the game. i would really love some input.
Posted On:2/10/2008 2:07am
Style: San Shou
Generally speaking, the strongest leg should be in the back.
Also, ask your trainer.
Posted On:2/10/2008 3:23am
i'm currently in med school so i've been basically self training.
Both my legs are equally viable options really :( . orthodox stance feels good but i wonder if that's just because that's the stance i'm used to?
i may just have a buddy hold a bag and see which leg is the strongest. any other suggestions would be great though!
1% Shark is better than you.
Posted On:2/10/2008 8:14am
Self training Muay Thai is an ineffective farce. Get a coach before worrying about what stance you think you might like to fight with in some imaginary fight that is never going to happen because you don't have a coach.
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