Joined: 06 Dec 2003 Posts: 925 Location: Bielefeld, NRW, Germany
Posted: Wed Feb 18, 2004 9:52 am Post subject:
Ok I started for all of my moves which I cannot hit already, to take down some notes and carry the paper to my sessions so I cannot forget anything- here are my recordings for the drifter:
-Form a sickle
-set from clip
-set hight about belly button and chest
-jump to side and to to the front at 10 o'clock ( that means the way of your body if you would start in the middle of a clock)
-pull your knee as high as possible.
The problem is :
I get the dex in time - I jump over the bag so it is more an osis
I get the jump - my calf kick the bag away at dexing the bag
I thought to learn the things I will practice stepping clippers ( for the jump).
Joined: 23 Sep 2003 Posts: 45 Location: Rochester, NY, USA
Posted: Mon Mar 08, 2004 6:10 pm Post subject:
yesterday I realized that drifters are easier if you do them like torque:
do a clipper set, plant, and as the bag rises, turn your upper body towards the bag and bend your dex knee to about 90 degrees. as the bag peaks, let your lower body complete the turn towards the bag that you started with your upper body. If you place it right, turning your hips will do the dex for you, right under your thigh, and the turn will end with the bag placed just right for a clipper.
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