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Mar
21
revised Avoiding Knuckle Scrapes with Bag Work
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Mar
21
answered Avoiding Knuckle Scrapes with Bag Work
Mar
21
answered Best martial art for a big guy?
Mar
14
revised Pain and if it can be eased in a fight
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Mar
14
answered Is 16 to late of an age to start hapkido or judo?
Mar
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revised Pain and if it can be eased in a fight
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Mar
10
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Mar
10
reviewed Approve Muay Thai defensive techniques against grappling attacks
Mar
10
revised Pain and if it can be eased in a fight
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Mar
10
answered Pain and if it can be eased in a fight
Feb
7
comment How to defeat a much stronger and bigger opponent?
You'll get better answers if you provide more info. This full/semi/non contact? What code/rules? What thoughts do you have yourself about your possible advantages over him? Are you faster, more flexible, better technique, lighter on your feet, more stamina, more experienced, better conditioned etc? Does he seem tough mentally? What's happened in your sparring sessions? Have you seen other people spar him - perhaps people who're smaller but more senior?
Feb
3
answered Mawashi Gheri Vs Dollyo Chagi
Jan
31
comment Best moment to land a low kick?
@Novarg: you can't have it both ways - you ask "So the question is: when is the best moment to land it in order to make it most devastating?" and Juann talks about what's most effective, then you nit-pick that even a less effective kick can be useful like you know better than him....
Jan
31
comment Best moment to land a low kick?
"I find it more and more difficult to land a decent low kick" - if you want help, how about describing what's proving difficult about it? Are your opponents using different stances, jamming or blocking better, not spending time at that distance, keeping you off balance, their timing and direction of movement stopping you lining it up and landing it properly, are you getting slower or weaker with it due to lack of practice or condition etc....? You've given us nothing to work with.
Jan
31
comment Martial Art focused on upper body strikes
@Ongi "deal with someone attacking your legs" etc. - being light on your feet, fast, changing angles etc. counts for a lot - for example, watch here youtube.com/watch?v=6rPCs_kJmDM how the boxer steps away from the second attacker's attempted kick while picking off his unprotected jaw. Just being good at anything - with a realistic sense of the fight - counts for a hell of a lot.
Jan
31
answered Is a Master always required to learn kung fu?
Jan
17
awarded  Yearling
Dec
30
answered What is the most effective method for the roundhouse kick?
Nov
15
answered Preventing and/or healing sore wrists and elbows in boxing
Nov
2
comment Only one ankle weight when kicking
@SeanDuggan: we use rubber bands for kyokushin training - mae geri, mawashi geri, hiza geri (front, turning/roundhouse, knee) - but it's always someone sitting a few metres behind you holding the other end....