Posted On:12/30/2009 8:54am
Originally Posted by Kris Kringle-Jime
And mcj seems to think training from DVDs is awesome.
Yes I do think training from DVDs is fine. If there's no school in your area for an art you wish to learn, where else do you turn to other than a book or video?
Posted On:12/30/2009 10:03am
Style: judo hiatus
Originally Posted by mcj1013
No matter what your martial art, you always keep your gaze locked into your opponent's eyes. You'll be able to catch them glancing where they want to throw they're punches if they're not careful, but make sure you're not doing the same.
At distance, I look at the eyes but remain detached to enhance reaction time. Up close, in clinch range, who cares.
A sure way to reduce your reactive ability is to fully focus on anything during something as dynamic as a fight.
Only a beginner would telegraph their strikes by staring at the point of contact before throwing.
Carter Hargrave's Jeet Can't Do
Posted On:1/01/2010 10:45am
Style: BJJ, mostly
Actually, since I keep my chin quite low when I box, even if I box offensively, I tend to look shoulder-/chest height on my opponent.
But I guess it's a bit of a "How long is a piece of string?" kind of question. I would assume that your height makes some difference too.
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