By Sam Sheridan
It happened to him that he may well ultimately discover a long-held obsession: scuffling with. inside of a 12 months, he was once in Bangkok education with Thailand's maximum kickboxing champion and stepping in the course of the ropes for his first expert bout. yet one struggle wasn't adequate, and Sheridan got down to try himself on an epic trip into how and why we struggle, dealing with Olympic boxers, Brazilian jiu-jitsu stars, and supreme combating champions.
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A long uppercut has an arm bent in a 90-degree angle (53). The fist can be held in two different positions: a) open hand part facing toward your own face; or b) the thumb facing your own face. Option B is a way for the uppercut to slip through someone’s 52 defense. It is not as powerful as the normal uppercut (hand Total move: uppercut opening, facing your own face) but it can shock the opponent for a moment and create openings for further actions. The power of the uppercut comes mainly from the legs.
1. Do not overstretch nor stretch hard when the body is still cool. Never stretch too long. 2. Use a combination of active and passive stretching (active is when you maintain a continuous movement to stretch the muscle, and passive is when you stay in a stretched position for a longer period of time). 3. Use rope jumping (or other apparatus) for conditioning and warm-up. The use of equipment improves your range of exercises and makes training more fun. 4. Combine with free jumping and bending exercises.
B) Moving backward (see pictures 4-5) Going backwards is difficult without disturbing the balance. Most fighters avoid stepping back because they are not able to see where they are going, which is critical for a fighter. Most of the time, we step back with the right foot (4) and slide the left foot back to regain balance (5). When sliding back with the left foot, it is normal to place most of the weight on the right leg for a moment to be able to give a front kick or block a low kick while moving.
A Fighter's Heart: One man's journey through the world of fighting by Sam Sheridan