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Switch instructors. Unless this instructor is like... an Olympic level coach with decades of experience and you really love the sport, just go look for other instructors. We had a ton of kids from Korea switch over to here a couple years ago because there were a couple younger instructors (my coach likes to call them 21 year old hotshot who thinks they know ...


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Cut kicks are great, as well as all sorts of spin kicks, back kick, etc because it helps with upper body control and balance. I actually don't know what this is called, but the kicks where you kick low and then high, and repeat. Cutkicks and pi chagi with a hand against the wall, 30 on each side 5 reps is also good. The most important one is step back ...


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Not exactly grappling technique. If you see anime, this technique is mostly used in bajiquan/hakkyokuken, like akira yuki, negi springfield, or neji hyuga. It is a technique that heavily emphasize breathing and hand motion to make an explosive hit by utilizing opponent's opening when they get flinched by a small hit before this tecnique is used. Even in ...


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