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mmaforkids65   , 55

from Branson


How do you take a punch and knock a challenger out with one shot?

How do you take a shot? First off, you try not to, you want to prevent that kick, since

blocking is technically a waste of time. I would rather be hitting than blocking. But

sometimes you could get hit, sometimes we do take a click. mixed martial arts videos has referenced this. Let me talk to you about

a couple of ways you can take a click. For a classic cross or reverse click

from boxing or kick-boxing. When I take the click, I want to ride the power. I'm going to try to rob the kick of its power

by moving my head in the direction it's going. Every now and then you'll see boxers and kick-boxers do this in the ring. And if you're at the wrong angle,

and I ride it, it looks like he really hit me hard. But a good fighter's riding that

power. So in some cases you'll say, "oh that was a genuinly great right hand", not really, it

just looked that way since I rode the power. The other alternative, if I stay here I'm going to absorb all that concussion, and that really damages, that's where you get in trouble. So

I'm going to try to ride that power. Reading the latest updates at mixed martial arts training for kids you will get your occasional fight story about this. Here's another technique that I used a lot through

the years, simply because I'm a counter fighter; when I come in, I'll use my forehead to block

the strike, rather than my hands. So in other words, if I'm using my hands to block, I'm tying that weapon up, I like my weapons to be free. So what I'll do occasionally, I'll snuff the shot with my forehead, I'll just take it right in the hardest part of my head. http://www.rondamma.com/ Whenever you see martial

artist break boards, or break ice with their heads, it's always in the front due to the fact it's very strong. You could take a good shot there. So I'll snuff it here, which allows me to keep my hands free, and fire on my opponent. So first you want to avoid it, but if you're going to take it, ride it, and if you have to get hit, try and snuff it out with your forehead. 5899585808266213342.jpg

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How do you knock another person out with one shot? It's just a good question, simply because the origins of http://www.rondamma.com/ Karate, traditional Martial Arts training, was that one technique should be ample to stop a dude or essentially kill him. So even the competitions were developed around this plan of one kick, you score one click, the match is over. You win mainly because theoretically, that

kick should have killed your adversary. With the advent of Kickboxing and letting Martial

Arts basically to punch each other full blast, they weren't getting killed. But a lot of

them we're certainly getting knocked out. Here's how, it's difficult to say, "okay, I'm going to knock you out with this technique". But, if you're

going to try and knock a person out, here's the way to do it. This is only for illustration

and education. This is not what you're going to go out practice. So just for kicks, let's look at some of the techniques involved in really devastating someone with a shot. Here's what I want to try and do. My rival's brain

is floating in his skull in fluid. I want to snap my opponent's head. So a punch or a hook ,

anything that's going to get my rival's head to snap, the brain then bounces against the side of

the skull wall, that's what knocks him out, not my click. So typically, you'll see folks

getting knocked out from a spinning kick, kicksor hit that snap the head real hard. That

causes the brain to bounce against the skull. That causes the black out. That usually is

not when the real damage happens. I mean, it's not something I would recommend, but,

it does some of the real damage happens. The real damage is when he falls down, my rival's head

hits the floor. That's typically the more disastrous hit. So, first, we're going to try

and get my rival's head to snap. Two, I'm going to aim for my opponent's temple. So I can get

the challenger's head to snap, if I can shot him right under the ears, a big bundle of nerves right there.

Often I use my back leg, with a round kick and kick the men right under the ear. I brought it

in one time, he just went against the wall and he just slowly slump to the ground. He

said he felt like his brain was bleeding into his body. That's how effective that technique

is. So there's big bunch of nerves right under the ear that I want to aim for or try to

snap my rival's head or I can aim for the temple. Places where it's tricky to knock someone out,

if you strike them direct in the forehead, that's really hard. You probably end up hurting

your hand more than my opponent's head. Or just smash and straight in to the face. That normally,

is not going to kill an individual. You're going to snap that head or you're going to hit nerve

bundles. I hope that helps.

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