Flanked! [Official challenge]

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    #16
    I do wish to have a good camera to record some day. Until then, I just gonna say I did 37 rounds.

    Everybody, be safe and healthy, and have a fantastic day!

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      #17
      I stopped at 31 rounds, the squats of the Super Saiyan Challenge didn't allow me great improvements
      I admit it was fun and breathless

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        #18
        I can't record this because I don't have a good angle to record myself from where I workout... But I did 56, and now I'm exhausted

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          #19
          56 !? OMG THAT IS SUPERSPEED
          PHEEEEWWWW!!! Vicious'Saint
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          CONGRATULATIONS EVERYONE !!❤🖤💛💚🧡💖
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          MY TOTAL IS : 38 rounds ( with power and speed and waist high side kicks)

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            #20
            Miss_Dada Not easy. Not easy at all... But being in the mindset of actually getting attacked from both sides did help with the speed.

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              #21
              After practicing for 5 days, with decent form and speed, I still only made it to 20 rounds today, so I am counting it as done✅🥳

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                #22
                I did 28, I felt some pain when I did the kicks. I don't know how 56 is even possible . The time it takes to transition between my two legs takes forever.

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                  #23
                  Vicious'Saint is now officially a human mixer

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                    #24
                    Those are awesome performances indeed!

                    Sorry I'm posting this so late, guys. My weekend was unusually busy and I was only able to record this today.



                    I thought that one of the hardest things to do, coordination-wise, was to separate the backfists and the kicks and not do them exactly at the same time. I'm not sure I always succeeded.

                    And yes, Miss_Dada, shorter limbs are often lighter, which means it's easier to move them at great speed (they don't require as much energy). That is why heavyweight boxers usually punch more slowly than, say, bantamweights. But because they carry more weight, their punches are still more powerful, if that's any comfort.

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                      #25
                      Vicious'Saint I can't wrap my head around that speed. That is awesome!

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                        #26
                        Redline Oh, I love when copyright hits me in this way

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                        Nevertheless, I spotted you doing backfists and kicks at the same time several times. I had that same struggle when I was practicing. I believe that was the most difficult part of the challenge...

                        Originally posted by Redline View Post
                        And yes, Miss_Dada, shorter limbs are often lighter, which means it's easier to move them at great speed (they don't require as much energy). That is why heavyweight boxers usually punch more slowly than, say, bantamweights. But because they carry more weight, their punches are still more powerful, if that's any comfort.
                        That actually makes sense, although I'm not really a short person (1.76 Mts with long and thick legs), however I do have the weight of a woman of my height instead of a man (I was born male, and I'm weighting around 68 - 70 kgs).

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                          #27
                          Redline I had the same problem with coordinating my strikes. I repeatedly messed up by punching and kicking at the same time and had to take a moment to get back into rhythm.

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                            #28
                            36 sets today, which is my best so far and I'm keeping it!

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                              #29
                              I would have kept it as well!

                              ... and we have a new challenge, guys!

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                                #30
                                Slapping my very late and very slow, t-rex limbed attempt here with 18 rounds If anything this only confirms I need to stop skipping out on Muay Thai classes...

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