Why not?September 26 2007 at 8:26 PM
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|Brye Cooper (Login BC07)|
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Well situation dictates response, and as such are based these ideas. One is a punch one is a push, and generally a punch has a lot more forward dipping motion, a push tends to be a little more puffy chest, the former creating more articulation in the knee thus enhancing the forward push, remember a punch is nothing more than an exaggerated push. So it is beneficial to meet his forward momentum with a height and depth check in proportion to the attack. That said either will do the trick, but I would suggest analyzing both for optimum performance.
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- I agree - Brad Marshall on Sep 26, 2007, 8:29 PM