Taekwondo fighting and training. Part 1. What’s good for you.

March 3, 2008

If you are a tall person, I can give you one kick that will define your Martial Arts succes, the Axe kick, Dun Dun Dun! It’s a fact, tall people in the 6’4+ range can expect this kick to work well universally for anyone shorter then you. Use this kick! I’m not joking, if you’re tall use it! One kick on the head “bonk” and there’s a point, if you’re doing point sparring, and if you’re fighting knock outs, just knock him out! Also for tall people, smaller shorter people will take advantage of the fact that you will come to them, they’re not gonna go to you unless their sure that they can get a point. So, They’re gonna wait till you’re coming at them and their gonna either close the distance to fast for you to get an attack in, OR, they’re gonna throw in a straight kick. Now then, some of you might wonder, “phiff, whats a straight kick from a small 5’3 guy that weighs 110 pounds gonna do to me?” The answer, A LOT. If they go all in will the kick without drawing back, YOU WILL BE KNOCKED OFF YOU’RE FEET! I have to fight a LOT of taller bigger and heavier people then me, and this is a good kick for the little guy, either front kick, side kick, but the best is back kick. Or jumping back kick. Please, please, bear in mind this is not the only way, and most experienced fighters will know this stuff by heart and WILL use it if you give them the chance. I’ll post a thing on shorter people and continue the taller person thing again, and again until I’ve covered everything.



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  1. pano po b mag simula sa taekwando

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