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  1. Question for Sylvie! When you made the transition to Southpaw….I’m assuming all of your orthodox combos and strikes had a natural flow to them because that was first for you. ..Im wondering how long it took to get a that natural flow in your Southpaw stance? Also, if you have any tips on the transition other constant practice in southpaw. Either way thank you for reading this. Have an amazing day! - Mike C.
  2. Hey everyone! I’m having my first amateur fight in January.! Been doing MT for about 7 years. I’m right hand dominant but left eye dominant because my right eye has very poor vision. I learned orthadox first for four years but then spent the two year trying southpaw. I have huge strengths in both. I was wondering if in your opinion if It’s essential my left eye is forward because it has better vision? Is southpaw a viable option as well or a big no no because of it? Thank you
  3. Thank you so much . My original styles utilized where mostly backfoot and teep oriented with some muay mat training as well. So I’m very familiar with using my teep as often as my jab. I’m going to watch these, take your advice and get to work! -Mike
  4. This is a question for shorter inside fighters or anyone who marches opponents down. My names Mike. I’m new to the forum and I’m an amateur Muay Thai fighter. I’m 5’9” and 150 Southpaw and I find the forward marching style extremely effective for me. However some are highly against switching stance often. There is the obvious danger of sweeps or getting caught in B range. Do you feel the march is less effective because of constant stance switching?
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