How to Get Creative with Your Fighting Style
How to Create Your Fighting Style
Take a moment to search yourself before creating your fighting style.This can include how you kick, your throws, punches, ducks, etc. Try to focus more on them.
Get a willing sparring partner, preferably of similar ability and similar size.Then practice until you get a feeling of which moves work for you and until they come out naturally.
Begin molding your personal fighting style.Be sure to make the moves yours and not something you saw off of Naruto or something.
Apply a moral to be perfectly confident in your fighting style.In order to be balanced, you must have a lighter side. A perfect example is Yin and Yang.
QuestionCan I start my training young?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes. In fact, you should start as young as you can.Thanks!
QuestionCan I start my style at age 13?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes! You can start at any age, although I recommend not before 9 years of age.Thanks!
QuestionI am creating a unique way of fighting called clavus gladii, which means nail swords, for this screenplay I'm writing. Do you have any recommendations on whether I should use sword techniques or karate?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou should try to make a mixture of both if you are not sure. Since it has the word "swords" in the title many people would expect you to be using swords at some point.Thanks!
QuestionI have a sparring partner and our knees are perfect but our kicks and punches really need improvement, could you guys help me?RedietCommunity AnswerI have been sparring for almost 2 years now and I think the best way to improve your kicks is to chamber and recoil. And while you are kicking keep your hands up. For your punches you just have to practice and put a lot of power behind them.Thanks!
QuestionDo I have to be a master in another martial art before creating my own?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo, though a background in different martial arts can help you develop your style.Thanks!
QuestionIf I make a fighting style, how do I name it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerChoose a name that describes what makes it unique. For instance, taekwondo is Korean for "fist foot way" or "way of the fist and foot"; karate is Japanese for "empty hand". When Bruce Lee created his martial art he named it Jeet Kun Do, which mean "way of the intercepting fist".Thanks!
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- Imagine developing your own Skill Tree is like Bonsai Tree Trimming. Let the Branch grow freely, then trim off unnecessary branches.
- If you can, use rattan or boffer or other safe weapons. Never train with a steel blade unless its master to upcoming master; even then use an un-sharpened training blade.
- First, learn as vast as possible, as free as possible, as much as possible; grow your knowledge, you never know which knowledge is useful until you mastered it (how would you know something is not worth knowing when you haven't understand it? hmmm... :) ).
- Repeat the process.
- Thirdly, Solve your Weakness, there is always other side of the coin. Find out your weaknesses, face it, understand it, solve it, and then improve.
- Fifth, Live-long-learning and continuous improvement :)
- Train in your fighting style and have an eager sparring partner for ready sparring matches.
- If people like your fighting style, create ranks and take them under your wing. Train them Sensei.
- Secondly, Grow your Strength. As you learn and train, you will pick up something that you good at doing. Improve it, make your Strength your Weapon Of Choice. Whatever that you good at doing, make it better :).
- A good fighter trains half-and-half in both fighting and thinking.
- If you can, buy those big human-like dummies in those sports stores. I found a perfect dummy in Sports Chalet. It's pretty beat up right now.
- Fourth, "Be Lean, Be Mean, Be Simple." Summarize everything important, and throw away un-important, and un-necessary skill sets.
- "No such thing as The Best, there are always Better." ;)
- When you're training, be sure there are no furniture or objects in your way.
- Don't be a show-off, don't just start showing your moves out of nowhere.
- Do not have the illusion that having made up a fighting style means you're particularly good at fighting now, or that your own style is on par with serious martial arts that have stood the test of time. Stay out of trouble if you can avoid it.
- Feeling a bit of soreness? Don't overdo your training! This would be a perfect time to meditate and unwind.
- Avoid the thinking that you will automatically jump into a fighting stance; your brain will always resists the urges of muscle memory.
- Avoid focusing too much on one aspect; for example karate focuses too much on boxing techniques and possesses no speed in reversing back attacks.
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