When you learn some new moves in your martial art training, all moves are not intended to finish your opponent. You can make some moves to test your opponent in a fight. There are some moves you can make to confuse your opponent.
And there are strikes that intend to hurt and make some damage. Everything is important. When you fight to win the fighting competition, you go by rules and that's how you fight the whole time.
The moves you make in a fighting competition, that does not intend to hurt your opponent pretty bad but to be the winner. As we know, the accident happens. Anyway, that's not the intention.
When you practice martial to learn combat self-defense, your focus to fight to defend yourself. Every martial art has its own system. It does not matter which martial art you practice, you start with the basics. Later, whatever you learn and how complicated the moves are, it is based on the basics.
There are some techniques that you can apply based on your training and ability. Is it effective? Here the most important thing is, whether you can put it into action in a fight or not. Someone can apply that and does very well, it does not mean you can do the same thing.
So you can do or make any move that works for you. If you can achieve what you intend, that matters. Thank you so much for reading this post. Please feel free to leave your comments below.
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