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    Default Inside a Right Punch

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEGbdj73lHI

    Ok,

    Here is another technique for inside a right punch.

    Regards,
    Carl

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    Default Re: Inside a Right Punch

    Quote Originally Posted by blfycdq View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEGbdj73lHI

    Ok,

    Here is another technique for inside a right punch.

    Regards,
    Carl
    Hi well done again for showing a clip of yourself in motion.

    Just a couple of things to start with I assume from the Uki's point of view that the punch is a swinging right punch/ roundhouse punch Am I correct?

    If so then I believe your first problem here is that your blocks will not be as effective as they could be. The Uki is compliant and stops the punch as soon as you block if not just before.

    You are stepping towards 12 whilst your blocks are going towards 10 and 11, simple body mechanics says that you are messing up your mind and body by telling it you wish to be strong towards 12 then blocking to the angle.

    2 things you can try are

    1. Get the Uki to really swing the punch and see if your blocks stop it, I guarantee that if done correctly the blocks will fail and you will be pushed back if not hit.

    2. try turning your hips towards 11 then stepping there as you execute the blocks again see if this stops the Uki.

    Also don't try this to often as you want to keep your training partner.

    Finally try keeping the heel of your rear foot on ground when you pivot to a forward stance.

    Hope this helps

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    Default Re: Inside a Right Punch

    Quote Originally Posted by blfycdq View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEGbdj73lHI

    Ok,

    Here is another technique for inside a right punch.

    Regards,
    Carl
    Tons of foot movement during the technique. Try to settle more and keep the front foot in place until you change your stance. Also I did not see much focus on your "Majors".

    Once again, thank you for posting your stuff. I enjoyed the technique.
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    Default Re: Inside a Right Punch

    Quote Originally Posted by blfycdq View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEGbdj73lHI

    Ok,

    Here is another technique for inside a right punch.

    Regards,
    Carl
    Carl-
    are you wanting to be "critiqued" and have suggestions given????
    or just to say "Hey guys, lookie here...."???

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