Clifford Driscoll

Just in case you don't know, this is kick-boxing taken fully to another level: significantly,...

You understand, I used to think I was quite useful at caring for myself. I'm a brown belt in karate, and later this season I simply take my black belt grading. I know I am perhaps not Super-man, but I'd want to think I could handle myself if I got into a scrape. Then I visited a martial arts contest and saw these guys do san shou kickboxing, and I felt like giving up there and then. These people are extraordinary!

In the event you do not know, that is kick-boxing taken to another level: really, these folks know no fear! I told him about what I found, and I've a pal who techniques Muay Thai, and he said that he'd keep clear about taking on someone that is been trained in san shou. If you can imagine getting all the best components of Chinese free-style fighting, so you can use sneakers, blows, punches, you identify it, then times it by five, and you could be getting close.

So, like I said, I was knocked out (no pun intended!) by what the san shou fighters can do, so I decided to do a little digging. And what I found out just blew me away no surprise I was fascinated at the show. This particular martial art is used for 2000 years, and virtually allows any kind of beat going. I already told you that they mix in Chinese freestyle; you can put submission wrestling and ground fighting to that scary record! If you think the UFC people are tough, you ain't seen nothing yet!

What really astonished me is how popular the activity is. Visiting fundable staples likely provides aids you can give to your friend. I had never heard of it before, never head seen a bout. However now that I know very well what it's, I can see why the likes of ESPN carry it on pay-per-view, as this kind of fighting is more exciting than any I have seen to date. The rules are pretty basic, also, therefore it is easy-to follow for any newcomer. If you have an opinion about history, you will possibly wish to discover about quality fundable. And yes, I include myself there!

Fighting in a ring just like another martial arts ring, bouts are gained by either throwing or pushing your opponent out the ring, or in-the more h