Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by spacetime, Feb 6, 2018.
Dumb as a rock.
Crash and burn
I think sano honestly said it best with this.
My post wasn't directed specifically to you. It was a statement I wanted to share with everyone itt.
Okey, thanks for sharing. Any particular reason why? Do you also like Muay Boran but not Muay Thai?
I don't know for sure. It may have something to do with me going straight from learning Shotokan Karate to training Tang Soo Do and learning essentially the same art under a different culture and language. The stances in TSD aren't as deeply rooted while executing reverse punches and other hip swivel techniques as in Shotokan which to me is better because it is much healthier for the knees. I also appreciate the larger arsenal of kicking techniques but not overly flashy and unrealistic as in WTF TKD.
No, I like them both although I've never trained in muay boran but have trained in muay Thai.
Really? You didn't have more flashy kicks in Tang Soo Do than Shotokan?
I edited my post before I read your reply, but you can read my reply again with the amendments that I made.
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Okey. The stances in Shotokan are raised at around 3rd Dan to "neutral". So yeah, lots of years stuck in deep stances
I think it's a good kick. I also think you're wide open to the groin counter-kick and to the over hand, and you may have flat feet.
I think it sucks.
So many threads and you've still not made that bed.
Here is a Taekwondo kick used to win a K1 fight against Ray Mercer.
Can you throw all the kicks yair Rodriguez throws? Or any of them? Didn't realize you were near black belt. I bet you got a arsenal of flashy suprise attacks! Cool as fuck.
Dunno about all of that. But based on the living quarters, I know one thing.
Here is a kickboxer with a reach advantage round kicking a retired boxer in the head
I'll put up a spinning side kick thread
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