Hey Jaime,March 29 2009 at 1:39 PM
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|Clark (Login kenpoborg2)|
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Response to Not in agreement fully Clark
differences of opinion makes for quality conversation.
As you practice so shall you do, I think we might agree on that. So if your practice includes a perfection of (in practice that is)of a kick to the head, that travels from the ground up the entire length of the opponent/attackers height zone, is a dangerous practice. That much momentum, focus and rotational force has the capability of ending someones life. At the least, depending on the target struck, the person being kicked could be altered for the remainder of their life, and you would be responsible for that.
I prefer to be brutal to the extremities and the center mass. Missing a leg kick will keep me close and my hands/arms can then deal with the miscalculation. Nothing is ideal with an attacker that is moving, so, you need to set up a head kick for it to work. Doesn't that say something about your training/practice? Besides, the head bleeds A LOT when the skin breaks. I prefer to make an attacker bleed internally. What does that say about my training? Move the meat bag and you won't have to kick the head, you'll stomp the head.
Differences of opinion, and training, will make for great conversation.
- Hi Clark - Jamie Seabrook on Mar 30, 2009, 7:47 AM