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JKD BOXING FOCUS DRILL – Training for Kickboxing , Muay Thai & MMA

MMA, boxing and many other things need a lot of training. You have to do drills. This helps you learn how to focus. It can keep you safe as well since these are highly physical sports and it is possible to get hurt doing them. They are a good workout and fun for those who do them, though.

Key Takeaways:

  • Keep your eyes focused on your target.
  • Stay loose.
  • Build the exercises slowly, with one rep to start and adding on.

“BOXING TRAINING ON THE RACKET”

BREAKING DOWN KALI BASICS

Kali, the martial arts that originated in the Philippines, incorporates from both Western and Eastern disciplines and have a variety of training techniques. Training that focuses on impact weapons utilizes slash and snap moves. Combinations that are mainly slash will appear flowing in coordination.

Those with snap moves are sharper. The practice of training focuses on angles of the arm and weapon movements. Getting these moves in sync with consistent training will give you the basics you need for Kali as a discipline and art.

Key Takeaways:

  • need a weapon
  • two different approaches with the weapon
  • there are different angles for this attack weapon

“On this video, we’ll be reviewing some basic fundemental striking in Kali.”

An Argument For Muay Thai as a Self Defense System

In self defense viewing high can help you. You need to be aware of your surroundings at all times. Self defense requires speed and accuracy which is helped by awareness. You don’t usually have time to think much or to plot out a course of action so you need to know what’s around you beforehand.

Abenir Kalis “PANIMULA” (Beginning)

Abenir Kalis, also known as Panimula, is a very precise fighting technique. The technique will help to defend against a knife as well as many other things. It takes a lot of training in order to master this art. There are many moves and each one of them has a different effect.

Key Takeaways:

  • When I first saw the video my first thoughts were very dangerous and deadly.
  • The martial artists shown in the video are very skilled.
  • The author of the video is proud of this and believes in what he is doing.

“”Before we formalized this as our technique, we really had to see if it would work, so what we did was we literally opened up ourselves to that point that we know we really have to get hurt, because otherwise if we don’t do this, we will never know.””

Which Action Stars Take the Biggest Risks?

Do you ever wonder which stars do their own stunts in action movies? How often do they get hurt, and what types of injuries do they get while trying to film the perfect scene? What could cause a person do want to do these life threatening stunts? And how often are we, the general public, guilty of life threatening behaviors as well?

Key Takeaways:

  • Some of the biggest stars in the world are also some of the biggest risk-takers in the world.
  • Adrenaline junkies release 10 x more dopamine than regular people, and it is risky behavior that stimulates this neural and chemical activity.
  • According to the study, risky behavior is influenced by a variety of factors including gender and age.

“The countdown begins now. Hold onto your seat, this is going to be the most blistering ensemble of Hollywood reveals.”

http://budomate.com/biggest-risk-takers/

Benny ‘The Jet’ Urquidez lands Down Under

The article discusses the accomplishments of Benny “The Jet” Urquidez, provides some background biographical information, and lists some of his upcoming engagements. Quotes about Benny Urquidez are provided that speak to his ability and the efficacy of his training program.

Benny ‘The Jet’ Urquidez lands Down Under

Kali Silat Jun Fan Gung Fu

This video features a silat practitioner in solo training. The music is energizing and it makes you want to get up and move around!  Solo training is important for any weapons based martial arts.  The video shows a very skilled silat man, that is very comfortable with his body and his weapon. It made me want to get up and move around.

Key Takeaways:

  • discipline and devotion are key
  • attitude and correct form extremely important
  • practice makes perfect

“Go deep in one art and you will understand other arts “Cass Magna”.”

WING CHUN for MMA | Trapping by Jiu-Jitsu | BRUCE LEE’S JEET KUNE DO

In-fighting, when two combatants are in close-corners, is, despite it’s reputation, an art-form as much as a test of brute strength. In this video, a martial artist explains how to use Bruce Lee’s techniques during MMA in-fighting, which is when one combatant is on the ground and the other is on top of him.

Key Takeaways:

  • that you can use specialized martial arts in mma
  • how to defend yourself in unfavorable situations
  • that you should be prepared for what might happen to you

“Make the movement by remembering to perform it”

WING CHUN for MMA | JEET KUNE DO SPARRING

Two martial artists spar using Jeet Kune Do at a small outdoor field, using a technique called the “Flexible Tiger”. The sparring session is instructional, but there is very little dialogue and it is not directed at the camera. The video is several different small clips spliced together, and the description of the video written below it is more helpful.

Key Takeaways:

  • The principle of the Trapping Hands game, through the tools offered by the Wing Chun Kung Fu system, regarding the Bruce Lee Jun Fan Gung Fu mode.
  • Through literary, academic and practical studies, Matsunaga developed, through skills in JKD , The hybrid features in which Wing Chun combines with Boxing in its concepts and guidelines
  • An amorphous form of producing the game of Trapping at the moment In fight, at close range and cadenced the necessary combative peculiarities.

“Using no way as way, Having no limitation as limitation”

KALI 10 COUNT SINGLE STICK DRILL

This video demonstrates a 10 count drill in Filipino Martial Arts. This drill is based off of another 4 count drill; It uses a stick or edged weapon. The first 4 strikes are straight and go for the temple or knee.

Next, comes circular strikes (counts 5-8). Counts 9-10 are considered close quarter combat. In this count, you take your safety hand and incorporate it into pairing and angle one that is directed at their temple. The last count should be able to lead back into the first count to ensure continues motion in able to train for a long period of time.

Key Takeaways:

  • how to practice a proper drill with ten count
  • practice makes your training more fluid
  • sword like slashing moves

“”We want our body to be able to express itself as naturally as possible.””