mortal12 saidThe best way I can explain is the most recent fight I had. This guy, who is a bit shorter than I could MOVE. He was able to advance towards me and pivot circles around me without losing speed. Actually it seemed like he was gaining momentum . Thankfully due to my timing, we both went home with bruises. But now im wondering what type of training could I do to improve on my agility cuz i can definitely use that in my skillset. Any sports or exercises that I should consider?
Depends on what kinda sparring are we talking? I can give you advice from a TKD standpoint...if I were about to fight, I would practice by target sparring...helps with speed and accuracy.
Yeah my friend Kristian is black belt in TKD and I remember all the fights I had with him, how fast his accuracy and his positioning was that he could strike from different angles .
I train in American goju Ryu karate. The guy I fought had judo, boxing, muay thai, goju ryu, and more that i probably dont know about
I wouldnt be ashamed to get ballet. I heard about the benefits as well. I just don't have the money to afford lessons...but maybe a little youtube tutorial might help a lil lmao