Posted On:10/07/2008 1:59pm
Style: American Boxing
You need to add some stuff to make you light on your feet and springy, you cant throw strikes if you cant quickly move your feet into place. I'd add some skipping rope/jogging/cycling/step aerobics/dance dance revolution/pissing off a pitbull/something!
Charlie Don't Surf
Posted On:10/16/2008 6:17pm
Style: TKD, Relson GJJ, Judo
Originally Posted by KidSpatula
Remember that when you're doing bag work, don't just use the bag as something to hit. Like you do with sparring or anything else, you want to make sure to simulate an actual fight as closely as you can using the tools you have. A bag is great for this since it's one of the few things where you can go fight level, be creative with your techniques, and really move around like you would with a live opponent.
This is excellent advice and is something I have to try and remind myself of. It's way to easy to get lulled into thinking of the bag as a static target and forget to think of angles and defense.
Mushi mo atsui hodo
Originally Posted by chuey
...Well **** if that isn't the most anti-Mr. Miyagi **** I have heard in ages.
Two wrongs don't make a right, but
Three rights make a left.
Posted On:12/21/2008 6:52am
Bas Ruttens Workout tapes are killers. You can practise them either shadowboxing or by hitting the heavy bag
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