Currently listening to this episode of the podcast and I was wondering what other people thought of the Western Mechanization/exportation part of the podcast. There is a couple specific points throughout that I think are worth stopping on.
1. Kevin and Sylvie make a joke about kicking the "wrong" way and having a hard time adjusting to a proper or better technique as you develop because certain patterns are engraved over time. I'm a little perplexed by this because this is a very re
Eventually figure it out, because it isn't endless. When Sylvie started clinching with the Thai boys she would face the particularly difficult lock of the gym owner's son (who was pretty young, but also very strong). She suffered under this lock for a very long time. We guess it was maybe about a year before she "solved" it. I don't think he particularly liked clinching with a female (or even clinch at all) so he would just lock her hard (w/ a great technical lock I think he learned from his unc