9/20/2008 8:35pm, #21
Originally Posted by tharuz
- Join Date
- Dec 2007
- Sao Paulo (BJJ Motherland!)
Work on everything, try to focus one one task at the time, sure it is good to traing MT and grappling but you are doing yourself no good, it is to much.
The roundhouse is sloppy to say the least, you have no feel for the distance. Your teep snaps into the knee, which is a big NO NO, so is dropping your hands while kicking. And faking a kick when your opponent is about to close the distance and not you is not a verry smart move on your part. Try moving more, be easy and light on your feet, keep your hands up at all time. And when you get hit, never ever turn away from your opponent, this way you can't see what is happening.
9/20/2008 8:35pm, #22Originally Posted by tharuz
9/20/2008 8:39pm, #23
umm....lack of practice?
I dont know, I attend both the muay thai and BJJ class as much as possible during the week. I'm not about to say that that was a bad performance but yeah, it ended at the donkey punches and you guys didn't get to see more. not that it would have mattered.
seriously, this must mean that I should train a hell of a lot harder and focus a lot more on my studies.
9/20/2008 8:51pm, #24
There's actually another of you & Daniel that don't involve donkey punches. It's converting right now. You're still hideously outclassed, but it's a better showing.
For that matter, I was heavily outclassed on my feet too. Got the black eye to show for it. One punch and all of a sudden I had an intense urge to go buy headgear. The only stand-up offense I could muster was to clench and get us towards a wall where I could stop his freakin' happy feet and work on getting him to the ground.
9/20/2008 8:54pm, #25
I still found this quote interesting:
"The only forum on the Internet that will beat your ass for running your mouth. "
It is so true it's not even funny.
9/20/2008 8:54pm, #26
- Join Date
- Jun 2008
- In the sticks
- Yoshi orc + Judo noob
Just take the loss with class, ruz. Everybody who competes gets beat. Learn and keep training.
9/20/2008 8:56pm, #27
- Join Date
- May 2004
- Nazareth, Galilee
- Bocksing, ngBJJ
If you only have 3 months under your belt, you need to in more training hours. Don't worry about changing your intensity and focus yet.
9/20/2008 9:02pm, #28
Props for showing up and for posting this thread.
9/20/2008 9:02pm, #29Originally Posted by jnp
I hope the next video uploads soon.
9/20/2008 9:28pm, #30