- Oct 13, 2006
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I think this is a rehash of what we have been discussing for months. Neil Ohlenkamp is a top Judoka without doubt and has written this article from his perspective to justify his training and his training methodology. I believe that the article has been posted because it reflects the training and the training methodology of the OP.
There is nothing wrong with training that way and it is not wrong to train a RB style, just that one is, in the main, training for competition.
The only comment I will make is to disagree with the idea of pulling punches to demonstrate control. Sure, people who pull punches may still be able to punch hard, but I do believe it is not good training. I think it is better to have the range right and punch with reduced power. It is easy to increase power. It is much more difficult to adjust range.
Now, I'm out of here. I've heard it all before.
and it's so much more fun to actually hit people instead of pretending...................:rofl: