Originally Posted by LV 2 H8 U
You should know then Karate kicks are derived partially from the thigh and some following rotation. MT is derived from rotating the front foot, hips and torso (in that order) whipping the leg instead of pushing it with the thigh muscle.
Am I taking crazy pills here? Or is this guy trolling me?
What are you talking about? Rotation of the lead foot is proper roundhouse kick form, regardless of the Art, so is rotation of the pelvis/trunk. Its not at all MT specific.
Are you kidding me? I'm trolling because I understand that the foot rotation is not MT specific? How does that work?