I would enjoy hearing about any unique Thai drills outside of the traditional that anyone is doing out there.
Originally posted by arnisador
I've only just begun doing a few in JKD--the very basics.
Do you compete?
"Originally posted by Turner
I need some suggestions for heavy bag drills.
What do ya'll use to blast yourselves?
Finally, that KO Drill. This is courtesy of Lloyd Irvin, who taught me this drill in one of his BJJ classes. A boxer should stretch his arms out to his sides and spin for a predetermined amount of time. Start off a newbie at about 15 sec's, and work up to 20 sec's to eventually 30 sec's. The student should continue to spin the whole time period. When the coach calls "TIME!", the student should then stop and begin Shadowboxing. The idea is to fight through the dizziness. This is about as close as you can get to simulating a Knockout without getting your bell rung!