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Creation Date: 09-20-2004 04:38 PM
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  #39 New 11-01-2005 02:43 PM
Combo 1:
Jab
left perpulsion with right powerhouse

Combo 2:
(a)
Jab
Cross
Right perpulsion with left powerhouse <ending> back

(b)
Jab
Cross
Right perpulsion with left powerhouse <ending> back with cross

(c)
Jab
Cross
Right Perpulsion with left powerhouse <ending> with forward cross

Combo 3:
Jab
Cross
Hook
Left perpulsion with right powerhouse

Combo 4:
(a)
Jab
Cross
Hook
Cross
Right perpulsion with left powerhouse <ending> back

(b)
Jab
Cross
Hook
Cross
Right perpulsion with left powerhouse <ending> back with cross

(c)
Jab
Cross
Hook
Cross
Right perpulsion with left powerhouse <ending> with froward cross

1=Jab
2=Cross
3=Hook
4=Upper Cut

Misc. Combos
2,3,2
Cross, Hook, Cross
1,1,2
Jab, Jab, Cross
1,2,1
Jab, Cross, Jab
4,3
Upper Cut, Hook

R.Elbow, L.Elbow, R.Knee

* I will keep this updated and put each combo I learn here so I can come back to remember if I forget.
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#3 11-12-2005 07:59 PM
Oh yeah! Perpulsion with the powerhouse is basically a step and follow through to ensure you create and generate the most power you can on the muay thai style roundhouse (powerhouse). In Muay Thai to do this kick, you lift up your right leg and point your town downward. The toe should be about an inch or so off the ground. Now, plaster that leg and keep it that way then entire kick. Your hip and body are what generates the kick. You do not snap it, you do not over extend etc. You are not going to strike with the foot (because the foot breaks easily and does not create a good weapon). You strike with the portion of the bone that is below the knee about 6-8 inches. It makes the kick incredibly painful and strong.
#2 11-12-2005 01:20 AM
Sure can Jeremy. Perpulsion issort of like Idimi. I will try to put it in words the best I can. When you kick in the combinations, you are going to propel or Idimi to an angle from your opponent. So if they are in front of you and you are going to do a Thai style kick with your right leg, you are going to step to the left about 45 degrees from them and kick them with your entire hip. This will make your opponent have to turn toward you and step in order to hit you, which gives you enough time to reset and start another combo before they actually can hit you, then at the end of the new combo you are again going to angle off so that they have to turn to you to fight again. The only way I can really explain this is by visualizing a boxer. A boxer always has strong fist back, strong leg back. They have to turn to you in order to generate enough power to actually hit you with force. So, Muay Thai concentrates on staying at an angle of your opponent so that you always have the advantage.
#1 11-01-2005 04:47 PM
Jeremyf Says:
I'm always interested in combo's but, what do you mean by perpulsion? And could you explain the sequence a bit more if you get the time? Cheers!
 




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