- Aug 3, 2015
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his stance is how he was able to deliver the power that he had. Most people know him for that power but he had solid footwork and strong stancesI can't get enough Mike Tyson in his prime training videos. The ones where he's with with Teddy Atlas and/or Kevin Rooney. After he fired those guys, he stood up straight, effectively turning him into a punching bag for anyone who was any good.
But the real point of my post... notice how many times he's in horse stance? Modified front leaning stance? We call that one suri ashi dachi and use quite it often in Seido.
And some people think the karate stances are a waste of time.