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Feb
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answered What martial arts resources discuss biomechanics of maximizing efficient force generation?
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comment Balance in boxing when slipping
If you are keeping on your toes and moving around with rapid steps, weight transfer following a slip has minimal impact as rapid steps and recovery is used to regain centre balance. It's inevitable that your balance is moved to one side when you slip, the trick is to make that weight transfer as rapid as possible. Keeping on your toes with sharp phasic movement will ensure that you recover your balance back in time. With this practice you'll learn to keep balanced while slipping.
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answered What are the best techniques to fight with a heavier and stronger rival
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answered Is it good to practise punching a wall? No place for punching bag
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answered Is Kicking with Shin is a weakness / advantage in Muay Thai?
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answered In which situations in Muay Thai is the 'super man' punch used and why is it more effective than the normal 'cross punch'?