Ok we had a pretty popular How do you Shoot a Double Leg thread and I decided to post this, the thread may well have been done before if so I'm sorry but we do have people new to the forum so it wont killus to have a second topic about it if we already do have one.
on the Outside I like
* Jab Cross Rear-LegKick
* Jab Cross Lead-Elbow
* Jab Cross Lead-Hook (Head or Body depending)
* Body Hook Body Hook Head Hook (it can go Lead Rear Lead or Rear Lead Rear)
* UpperCut Hook
* Body Hook UpperCut
* Not somuch combinations here as I like to vary my attack between Elbows and Knees and not just get caught up throwing one repetitivly, once I have them thinking to defend the one area I attack in aother
For boxing, I like
jab-jab-rear uppercut (but I dont utilize it enough)
jab-jab-body cross (i prefer it to the body, but i usually go to the head out of laziness)
on the inside I like
rear uppercut-lead hook
lead hook-rear uppercut
inside leg kick-jab-cross-outside leg kick
jab-inside leg kick
jab-cross-rear leg kick
stepping cross-hook-body kick (i fail at it, despite liking it)
On the outside:
Cross-jab-lead leg kick
Jab-cross-lead elbow-spinning back elbow (f*ck the situational nature of spinning back elbows, I love 'em!)
Feign lead leg kick-spinning heel kick
Transitioning to the inside:
Feign jab-cross-lead hook
I really dislike being inside, so here its more of, set up a body clinch/dirty boxing, or get back to my straight punching range.
Dont really have any kind of plan here. Just knee, elbow, punch, and heel kick until I can get the takedown or the round ends.
As for benefits, sometimes the middle will open up when people are worrying about hooks, and most people expect a cross after a hook so the uppercut can sneak in there unexpectedly.
A lot of my standup drills are at about 50% with other women, and nooobody expects the cross/hook or cross/uppercut. Or a switch kick; I love switch kicks.
I can't even sleep because of this Rashad injury thing :(
Um, I throw more punches than somebody who does Muay Thai normally would, so my favourite combinations are very punch orientated.
My go to one would probably be a very conventional 1-2-left hook. Sometimes I follow with a leg kick to the thigh, but most of the time I don't. But yeah, that's my favourite and most successful combo. Never forget your basics is what I have had drilled into me.
I usually start from a southpaw stance even though I'm right handed, it's probably from my JKD training when I was younger.
From the outside:
lead straight* - jab - left straight
lead straight - jab - left hook to the body
jab - left hook fake - spinning back kick
From the inside:
GTFO, I don't belong here!
Take one step back to switch to orthodox stance, then right straight - left hook and open the range to get back on the outside
knees to body - uppercut elbow - horizontal elbow
*the lead straight is similar to the way GSP throws his long range power jab.
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