Click to Subscribe
▶  More from Modern Combat Modern Agonistics
Working with a Sparring Partner
Stick Boxing & Uneven Double Stick
In this video Sean and I go light—and slow—sparring. He is new to this so his control is also expressed as a lack of aggressiveness. One of the objects he will be working on in the next session is developing controlled aggression. The control aspect mostly has to do with keeping the speed of the stick slow, and braking it on contact. This tires the forearms out sooner than full speed sparring and is safer, a good way to balance out forearm development as you use the extensors more than normal to brake your stroke.
prev:  Navigating the Combat Space     ‹  modern agonistics  ›     next:  'Practice Slow, Learn Quick’
eBook
the combat space
eBook
logic of force
eBook
logic of steel
eBook
winter of a fighting life
eBook
the first boxers
eBook
all-power-fighting
eBook
your trojan whorse
eBook
buzz bunny
Add Comment