Discussion in 'Standup Technique' started by Lucas Coradini, Aug 12, 2016.
Hey guys, just some short clips from my last fight, hope you enjoy it!
I like how you escape the corner quickly when put in there.
Purple Haze is back! Long time, no see...
Nice to see that right roundhouse is still there. How many fights have you had now?
unfortunately I got stuck in the corners a lot more than I would like in this fight. Had some brain farts here and there lol
Hi, Paradigm! I have only 17 fights by now... My plan for this year was to fight at least 10 times, but I got my rib hurt in this fight and maybe broken (still won...) I had three so far, all of them in 63 days, maybe it is my body telling me to slow down a bit, which sucks hehe I'm 27 and not getting any younger
Oh, lol. Well at least the highlights showcased the best
10 fights in a year quota?
Guess pros are really a different breed.
The most I did was 4, and I felt I needed a break after that. Wasn't really 4 fights either, 3 exhibitions, and 1 fight.
Actually amateurs have more fights then professionals usually, typical active amateur boxer fights 10-20 fights per season. some less and some more if there is many tournaments
I've heard about this, and wonder about it actually. So thats 40-80 a year? Seems like a bit much. 10 events in a season is almost a fight each week. Injuries also push things back as well. Unless season has another meaning, I'm thinking 3 months.
For me, after every fight, even though I check a decent amount of kicks, my leg is shot, and I'm pretty much out. These days my body is more used to it, so about 1-1.5 weeks. when I first started out, it was about 2-3 weeks. That's just from leg kicks alone. My first sanctioned ammy, I got bruised ribs and that took a bit over month to heal, so couldn't really do anything real. Sparring, sweep/dump drills, clinching (knee hit elsewhere, but felt it on the ribs also) were put off, even doing BJJ and being in closed guard put pressure on the ribs, and I had to bail on that as well.
The only thing I could do was padwork, bagwork, shadowbox, no-knees clinching.
Great clips, you are legit man. Always like your videos! Keep posting.
Thanks a lot, guys
In fact I never had that busy of a schedule. Too many breaks because of minor and major injuries and some other stuff... I just planned that this year I would go on a mission jaja didnt work that well! First I had a bizarre skin rash from a pre-workout who almost gave me an anaphylactic shock! It was back and forth to the hospital and hydrocortisone through my vein, so I had to pull out from two fights, and now its my rib. But I'll be back! Maybe I can do three more until end of year
the finals of the 2015 state champ. Sorry for the awful video quality