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Old 09-13-2007, 07:35 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Whoever said anything about doing what Van Damme does in Kickboxer, shut the hell up, because you know nothing.

When you spar, wear shinguards. And You can't really ever stop the pain you get when you kick someones shin. Because think about it, your shin is like a baseball bat, that's why it hurts so much. Now imagine instead of a punch bag dangling from the ceiling, think of a baseball bat. Kick that and it'll hurt like hell.

That's why using your shin for defense is a good thing, cause it hurts your opponent
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Old 09-17-2007, 11:31 PM   #22 (permalink)
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me and my buddies kick each other at work unexpectedly with steel toe work boots hurts like shit for a while then u get used to it
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Old 09-23-2007, 06:48 PM   #23 (permalink)
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me and my buddies kick each other at work unexpectedly with steel toe work boots hurts like shit for a while then u get used to it
that is crazy
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Old 09-25-2007, 10:45 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Banana Trees seem more elastic than tree. If you think you need to go out in the woods and kick trees. You're misinformed.

Same for beating your shins. This causes very small bumps/dents/cracks in your shins which will hurt you before they'll help you.

Kick bags. Kick them hard.
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Old 09-30-2007, 09:24 AM   #25 (permalink)
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If you do what VanDamme does in Kickboxer, you'd be out for weeks. When I was 13 I took a karate class that told stories about the founder who used to beat himself with sticks, hammers, whatever. I went home and did it to myself once, unbeknownst to my parents. I think my shins were the worst part because they're so bony, but I had a hard time walking, and I was in pain for a longass time. Any contact with my shins was extremely painful, and I can't imagine kicking something with my shins like that. VanDamme was able to wipe off the makeup from his shins, and he went and drank and coked out that same night, so don't believe the movies.
yes, what I did was stupid, but hey, I was a kid, and it sounded pretty hardcore.
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Old 10-26-2007, 11:09 PM   #26 (permalink)
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All right, here's what you do. Take a sharp knife, exacto-blade, anything like that. I used a 6" chefs knife myself because the one I own is extremely sharp and makes things less painful. Every few days you need to run the knife across your shins, make sure you cut the bone as well or else you're doing this for no reason. Make about 3 or 4 semi-deep cuts. Clean them up, put peroxide on them, and bandage them. After a few days, you should take a rolling pin and roll it up and down the cuts. It will probably make them bleed but just do it anyways, it makes a huge difference. Wait another few days and then repeat the process. Someone told me that this works because the bone regrows but it comes back like 3 times as hard, so it absorbs vibrations better and doesn't hurt your nerves as much. Yes I'm joking.. Stick to kicking bags...
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Old 10-27-2007, 12:14 AM   #27 (permalink)
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All right, here's what you do. Take a sharp knife, exacto-blade, anything like that. I used a 6" chefs knife myself because the one I own is extremely sharp and makes things less painful. Every few days you need to run the knife across your shins, make sure you cut the bone as well or else you're doing this for no reason. Make about 3 or 4 semi-deep cuts. Clean them up, put peroxide on them, and bandage them. After a few days, you should take a rolling pin and roll it up and down the cuts. It will probably make them bleed but just do it anyways, it makes a huge difference. Wait another few days and then repeat the process. Someone told me that this works because the bone regrows but it comes back like 3 times as hard, so it absorbs vibrations better and doesn't hurt your nerves as much. Yes I'm joking.. Stick to kicking bags...
Ok, at first I was like, BAH-ha, what a joke. Then I thought you were serious. Then I was like, this guy is a freakin psycho. Then you tricked me. Tricky bastard. +rep
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kick the heavy bag or at our academy we have the support beams at the gym wrapped up so its soft but still sturdy and kinda of hard you could try that but dont go overboard
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Whoever said anything about doing what Van Damme does in Kickboxer, shut the hell up, because you know nothing.

When you spar, wear shinguards. And You can't really ever stop the pain you get when you kick someones shin. Because think about it, your shin is like a baseball bat, that's why it hurts so much. Now imagine instead of a punch bag dangling from the ceiling, think of a baseball bat. Kick that and it'll hurt like hell.

That's why using your shin for defense is a good thing, cause it hurts your opponent

wow - obscura1560 you are a retard...


Humor... look it up in the dictionary.

and you don't use shins because it hurts them you use it because it prevents you from getting a dead leg from blood pooling. Take a few real kicks in the thigh and you will learn real quick the pain of shin blocking is more favorable than not being able to move you leg. My guess is you don't fight is why you don't know this...

Also people do kick banana trees for shin conditioning. They have a soft spongy coating that hurts like hell but won't cut you.

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Old 10-29-2007, 11:57 PM   #30 (permalink)
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kick a tree like in kickboxer, i think its in tha film
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The movie Kickboxer reminds me of what the author Gustav Hasford said in his Vietnam memoir about how US Marines came in from three solid weeks of truly brutal combat, and somebody had the idea of showing them the John Wayne movie The Green Berets for entertainment.Hasford says that the Marines, the true combat soldiers laughed themselves silly watching that movie.
I would think ditto about the movie Kickboxer.
Good example:Who could have withstood the beating that Van Damme's character is supposed to have taken before that guy shows up with his brother and lets him know that it is all right to fight back?
Example two:Who would have that kind of bounceback?Have you ever tried to throw a kick to the head, for example, when you were all sore and stiff?
And what about the glass on the boxing gloves?Wouldn't he have been bleeding to the point where couldn't even see? How many pro bouts do you know about where it was stopped because of a cut over the eye?
And on and on and on and on................
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