Originally Posted by boranbkk
Yep, MT footwork 101 for beginners, I learnt the same way myself. They didn't leave anything out in terms of footwork but they are very basic demos for entry level. What you have to consider is that you don't move around nearly as much as that or in that manner in a real MT fight and once you start introducing more adavanced defensive techniques like to lift your front leg often, teaching the fighter how to defend with arms pushed out against the knee etc etc etc you'll find the weight balance is more 60% to 70% on your backfoot, a tree to give you a solid platform to fight off.
Good examples of basic solid MT footwork which also helps give the novice fighter his first taste his own rythem and tempo.
You are going to have to start charging for your posts.
I found a few videos if you want to review them.
This is the video that led to his follow-up posted above:
Is this correct? I've always heard the spin makes you turn around because you committed to it, and didn't hit anything.
How is she doing?