heres a SKUNK ROLL

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  • SpeedBagSkunk
    Speed Bag Skunk doesn't need a title, you already know

     
    • Oct 2006
    • 460

    heres a SKUNK ROLL

    A fancy fist roll!! for a GOOD 3 MINS.
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  • jaguiler
    Speed Bag Guru
    • Jan 2007
    • 289

    #2
    great video -

    but why call it a fist roll ? you had plenty of elbows and single handed double punches.....


    but awesome as usual

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    • Speedbag
      Author of the Speed Bag Bible, founder of speedbagcentral.com

      • Feb 2006
      • 7118

      #3
      Originally posted by jaguiler View Post
      great video -

      but why call it a fist roll ? you had plenty of elbows and single handed double punches.....

      but awesome as usual
      There is a lot of fist rolling in it. Actually, his Fist Rolling, particularly the Front Fist Roll, is the base for all the other combo's he is doing. These are actually a non-stop multitude of advanced front punching and elbow striking combinations. Very amazing stuff, particularly the downward elbow sequences. I saw another excellent NEW combo I never thought about: The Front Circle Punch
      (FCP) ' Downward Single Elbow Strike (D-SES). [actually this is the first two parts of the Downward Triple Elbow Strike] But skunk is doing it non-stop:

      FCP ' D-SES....repeat x7-9.

      Very cool, and executed with nice rhythmic control.

      Great combo's, Zach.
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      • SpeedBagSkunk
        Speed Bag Skunk doesn't need a title, you already know

         
        • Oct 2006
        • 460

        #4
        thanks alan

        Glad u watched and thank you everyone else for watching as well. Yeah those smaller punches take a lot of time to learn because of how much you need to control the bag, one slip up and u can make the bag shoot the wrong way. Thanks for breaking it down for all of us alan. I wanted to know what to call some of them punches anyways lol Talk at ya soon

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        • metaldad
          Speed Bag Guru
          • Apr 2007
          • 1514

          #5
          The more I watch you guys, the more motivated I become. After watching you Skunk, Ihad to check out Alan hitting to Bluegrass. Both of you guys rule!
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          • Speedbag
            Author of the Speed Bag Bible, founder of speedbagcentral.com

            • Feb 2006
            • 7118

            #6
            Originally posted by metaldad View Post
            The more I watch you guys, the more motivated I become. After watching you Skunk, Ihad to check out Alan hitting to Bluegrass. Both of you guys rule!
            I've been killin' to Dueling banjo's lately. A great piece for the bag. Fits really smooth with some simple rolling combo's.
            Speed Bag

            Put a little Rhythm in YOUR workout!
            *attendee: Every SB gathering so far!
            The Quest Continues...
            Hoping for another Gathering...


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            • metaldad
              Speed Bag Guru
              • Apr 2007
              • 1514

              #7
              Originally posted by Speedbag View Post
              I've been killin' to Dueling banjo's lately. A great piece for the bag. Fits really smooth with some simple rolling combo's.
              I've seen "Deliverance" a couple times and whenever I hear that tune, as technically awesome as it is, there's just certain images and dialogue that I can't shake and I start laughing my ass off! Still it is a fun a brilliant piece of musicand a nice excercise in dexterity if you play.
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