Lesson 2: overhand pressure

Ryan points out that my natural inclination to pressure my opponent is an opportunity for particular techniques.

As I move forward, find the range and long overhand face smash them.

Even while they move back they still get hit and then I flow into a left kick, which is the more powerful of my legs for kicking at the moment. Flare my heel in the knee. Get that bottom rib and liver

He also pointed out I should work on movent side to side etc to find position and to keep opponent moving.

Also pay attention to their movement. Let them run into strikes. Extra damage.

1. Overhand to kick or knee.

2. Movement and angles

3. Proper clinch. Control joints

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