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    Default The Stomp to generate power video clip

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=3IrtV9v1D9k

    A recent hot topic seems to be power generation with stomp in a technique, here is a sample of Mr. Parker doing such.

    Rumor has it that Doc and Mr. Parker were known to shake the floor during practice that a grand piano would vibrate with every technique.

    My question is how do you feel you generate power AFTER the initial stomp?

    The answer I was given was "One must continue the residual energy created by the Stomp to continue throughout the technique."

    How does one achieve that?

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    Default Re: The Stomp to generate power video clip

    These people that I teach with are always bugging me because I make that same kind of stomp. I have no idea why, where, or when I started it. But now atleast I know I am doing something right.
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    Default Re: The Stomp to generate power video clip

    I'm still a kenpo newbie, but I remember back to my days of studying Chung Do Kwan TKD they said that the stomp was to be equal to the amount of force with the kick/technique. I think it was a idea that the amount fo energy generated in teh stomp would carry through the technique.
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