What’s Your Favorite Karate Dance Moment?
I love when a fighter is able to hit his opponent with an uppercut and still have time to catch their breath before landing.
When you have that kind of flexibility in a fight, you have a lot of room to get off a couple of punches and not get injured.
But when you’re not able to get to your opponent with that kind and quick, it just doesn’t happen.
In the first fight, I didn’t have the same flexibility that I have now, and it really hurt my game.
When I was younger, I used to have this huge leg kick, so it would take me a second or two to get it down and land.
And now, I have to be more consistent and it takes me forever.
I don’t think I can fight that way any more.
And I can’t fight with the same skill I used a year ago, either.
If I want to do it, I need to be able to execute the punch, but I need more flexibility in my technique.
That’s the key to my success.
In the fight, my leg kicks and leg sweeps, my knees, I’m not going to go for a knee or a hip sweep, but when I do, I can take advantage of the moment to execute them.
This is the thing I want from myself: flexibility.
I want that flexibility to go into my fight game.
If I’m just going to throw punches and sweep a few times, it’s not going be enough to beat someone.
The best fights are the ones where I can execute a lot and not be caught by surprise.
I’m willing to try a lot, because I want my opponent to be tired or out of it.
You need to fight with a certain amount of confidence, a certain level of confidence.
As I said before, I’ve got to learn to be consistent.
I think it’s been a blessing for me to be at the top of my game, but the truth is I’m still learning how to be a good fighter.