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Tell me about what you are good at!

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Kaitlinrose

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I want to hear about what you are good at...it can be in the gym, or in your fights, or maybe tell me about a really good day in sparring or competition. List as many things as you want. I'd love to hear about them. 


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Leg kicks and elbows <3 Love them so much!

Surprisingly I am pretty successful with sweeps and take-downs in Jiu-jitsu but I know I am not good with sweeps/clinching in Muay Thai at all LOL. 


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Interesting! Parts of them feel very similar to me in MT and BJJ. Why do you think it is easier for you to do in BJJ?

Leg kicks and elbows <3 Love them so much!

Surprisingly I am pretty successful with sweeps and take-downs in Jiu-jitsu but I know I am not good with sweeps/clinching in Muay Thai at all LOL. 



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Interesting! Parts of them feel very similar to me in MT and BJJ. Why do you think it is easier for you to do in BJJ?

 

I wonder if it has to do with the 'hooks' allowed in BJJ? I know in Muay Thai, judo-like sweeps or take-downs are illegal if your foot intentionally hooks their calf/ankle. Hmmmmmmm I'll try clinching with my buddy Muay Thai style and see if I can do it properly. :P 


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