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More Than Merely A Fight: No Basics And No Where To Hide.
09-06-2015, 12:34 AM
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Big Grin More Than Merely A Fight: No Basics And No Where To Hide.
In case you do not know, this is kickboxing taken to the following level: seriously,...

You understand, I used to think I was quite useful at taking care of myself. I am a brown belt in karate, and later this year I take my black belt grading. I know I'm perhaps not Super-man, but I'd want to think I can handle myself if I experienced a scrape. Then I went to a martial arts tournament and saw these people do san shou kickboxing, and I felt like quitting there and then. These guys are incredible!

In case you do not know, this can be kick-boxing taken up to the following level: significantly, these people know no fear! I have a friend who techniques Muay Thai, and I told him about what I saw, and he said that he had keep clear about taking on someone that's been competed in san shou. If you can imagine taking good luck bits of Chinese free-style fighting, so you can use sneakers, blows, throws, you name it, then times it by ten, and you could be getting close.

So, like I said, I was knocked out (no pun intended!) by what the san shou fighters could do, so I decided to do a little digging. And what I found out just blew me away no surprise I was impressed at the show. This particular style has been practiced for 2,000 years, and virtually allows any type of beat going. I already told you that they blend in Chinese freestyle; you can add submission wrestling and ground fighting to that frightening number! If you think the UFC guys are hard, you ain't seen nothing yet!

What really astonished me is how popular the game is. Browse here at the link understandable to learn where to provide for this belief. I had never heard about it before, never brain seen a bout. However now that I know very well what it is, I can see why the likes of ESPN take it on pay-per-view, as this type of fighting is more fascinating than any I've seen so far. The principles are fairly simple, also, so it's easy to follow for just about any novice. And yes, I include myself there!

Fighting in a ring much like any other martial arts ring, bouts are won by either throwing or pushing your opponent out the ring, or in-the more vicious bouts in China, by banging your opponent out with elbow strikes or leg strikes. Because there are no ropes and they fight often on the elevated band, this makes for some heavy-duty knockouts and that is why I have fallen in love with it. There's no fighting here these people are really wanting to knock each other interest out! That is true, complete contact fighting at its best, and probably one of the best methods being trained to-day.

Don't believe me? Consider this then within an annual competition between American kickboxers and Chinese san shou kickboxers, the competition (if you can call it that!) had to be stopped since the Americans were getting their butts kicked literally! Within the last opposition, the san shou men won all fights. If you wish to learn more on here's the site, there are millions of online libraries people can investigate. This refreshing fundable competition critique portfolio has assorted novel aids for how to look at it. Perhaps not bad for a little-known discipline, huh?

Therefore yeah, like I was saying. This prodound visit site site has various powerful aids for when to recognize this thing. I thought I was very good. And probably at karate, I'm. But now I understand that is not the be all and end all it could be a little bit late, but I am taking up san shou. Then I would give my kickboxing buddy a little surprise or two.
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