I see a lot of fighters have this mistake while in a sparring match and it drives me up a wall! Here’s how to get out of the corner and back into the middle!
Hey everyone – had some Q and A here, just wanted to answer these types of questions. If you have any – feel free to comment below or message me on any of my Social Media! Thank you for watching and Reading and see you guys soon!
While everyone is stuck in quarantine, I have got to say that I definitely am not on the band wagon of posting fancy kicks. Flash in a pan doesn’t last, fundamentals do.
There are many technique videos out there. I’d recommend you combine those with the ideas I posted above.
In the video I break down what I believe people should be thinking about when practicing, especially in the context of Taekwondo Sparring.
This isn’t really discussed that much in terms of how to do it. I’ve seen some shotgun approaches and some tips and advice but in this video I go a little deeper into how I actually practiced these things and how it affected my Taekwondo Fighting Career.