Yes...first step off axis with his rear leg then a quick skip toward opponent and then another skip as he chambers.
the second skip his rear foot basically replaces where his front foot was as he chambers the kick.
I wonder...if you took a larger diameter PVC pipe like a 6 inch diameter fill a third of it with sand and cap both ends...if it would make it more rigid and stable but still be durable enough to hit and kick.
So it is Buka approved...lol.
That is his go to move until he figures his opponent out and sees where their openings are going to be.
After matches, it is fun to listen to him break down what he was seeing during the match and how he adjusted to it.
He is starting to get pretty good...
Jake is really good at circling you and he can circle fast. As he turns you it's easy to get your feet close together...he fights southpaw so he can make you work to keep his front foot from getting behind you.
He likes working to get his front foot outside your front foot where he is a...
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Went to a small local tournament yesterday got a great shot at Jacob's setup for one of his attacks. Thought yall might find it interesting. With this setup he will throw either a sidekick, hook kick, or punch combo.
First...Starting out of range. He will take a step toward the inside of his...
Remove backboard. If you need more weight add sandbags. Probably can find a used one with the rim or backboard damaged pretty cheap.
You can get a welder to cut the pole to whatever height you want for probably about 20 dollars. And could get the welder to cut the bottom, add a collar that...
Let me clarify.....I don't have a problem with people carrying in the appendix position....its just not for me. We still teach it though and probably half the guys I have worked with use that position.
I do think it has a little more danger because of the vitals in that area...
Meh....if you are used to the iwb holster you shouldn't have to feel around for it, that just shows they are using a holster they are not really familiar with.
I still feel way more comfortable having a gun pointing down the back of my leg as opposed to at my junk and/or femoral artery.
The gun is pointed at some pretty vital areas until it clears the holster whereas 5 o'clock is pointed at less vital areas.
So there is a little more danger if a mistake is made.
And holstering at the 5 o'clock position with kydex IWB is vertical...it doesn't start with the barrel pointing...