Do you eat breakfast?
Posted On:7/02/2009 9:41pm
Style: Kitty Pow Pow!!!
Alex hasn't posted on this thread... *confused*
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Posted On:7/03/2009 5:38am
Originally Posted by GHemmer
Vid looks good but how come you lean so far back on it instead of just rolling your shoulders over alex?
I meant whiteshark, i dont know why i wrote alex...
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Posted On:7/03/2009 7:48am
If you are asking in general it is because I'm out of practice. If you are only asking about the kick it is because I'm trying to make space. If my distancing was better I wouldn't have to lean back as much. I think you still have to lean back a little to kick high but that can also be reduced with better flexibility.
Posted On:7/04/2009 2:55pm
I know it was just a critique because I was going to say to cope for being so close to him you dont need to lean back as that throws you off balance when you can just roll your hips and shoulders off to the side and that helps your balance and gives you distance from his punches. Also to get your kicks higher or atleast what i do is just come up on your toes.
Posted On:7/05/2009 1:22pm
Style: Muay Thai & BJJ
I use the switch more, both are good techniques though.
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Posted On:7/08/2009 12:58pm
Style: Muay Thai
I have heard to do both. I know that in Thai Style they tend to favor the switch more. Some times the switch is good because you can play around with you opponet using it. For example you can fient by switching your legs one extra time.
Dutch style told me to never switch because it telegraphs your attack. I guess it is up to personal perference.
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