Want to be able to pull off the knee throw like a Jeet Kune Do master? Perform this routine continuously for one minute, then rest for one minute. Repeat for six rounds in total. Hiya!
By MH Staff - Posted on 22nd January 2014
Need core stability? “Any throwing action puts huge stress on your core,” says Jamie Hillman of Brixton Integrated Fighting Arts. Sprawling moves will give you the functional core strength you need to stay on top.
Grab a punchbag or sandbag and hold it on your shoulder, or over your head if you can manage it.
Throw it into the ground as hard as possible, kicking your legs back slightly as you do so to follow your “opponent” down to the floor.
Now execute a “sprawl” by shooting your legs behind you and dropping into a form of push-up. Jump back up, grab the bag and repeat the move. Keep your back flat throughout. Aim for solid, ninja-like form, not floppy limp-wristedness.