Posted On:7/29/2008 12:59pm
it looks a bit clumsy to me, and i never seen that done in bujinkan...dosen't mean its not done though, i'm still a booj nubie
Posted On:7/29/2008 2:33pm
Style: Muay Thai
It just looks like a bad kick, man ...
Posted On:7/29/2008 2:39pm
Style: Muay Thai, Judo, BJJ
It is not BBT it is poor MT
it's all vanity
Posted On:7/29/2008 3:31pm
I guess I get it now, I just mistook a lack of skill for an entirely different technique.
Posted On:7/31/2008 10:14am
Originally Posted by tom star
1st rule in Thai Boxing.. never drop your hands below your cheeks ( face heeks) and keep your elbows tight to your body
what about when throwing a roundhouse? :s
Posted On:8/01/2008 8:39pm
Style: jiu jitsu
Obviously when throwing a low kick, round house etc.. you are going to throw your hand & elbow back and force the hip foward for more power but you are always going to keep one hand close and tight to your body to defend a counter
Posted On:8/01/2008 9:14pm
Style: stick,Taiji, mountainbike
It looks like he read how to kick in a book and now is trying to instruct how to do it. You can tell he hasn't done the required, thousands of kicks, that you need to do before you know how to do one. Then another thousand before you know how to teach one. His hands are all wrong. He doesn't turn the hip over. And his range is all wrong. He has a few of the basics correct. Just a few.
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