Topic requested: Switching your grip with a knife – Sleeping Lion Martial Arts Master Wilson





Topic requested: Switching your grip with a knife Sleeping Lion Martial Arts Master Wilson Flagstaff AZ www.sleepinglionstudios.com Have a question? Just ask!

6 thoughts on “Topic requested: Switching your grip with a knife – Sleeping Lion Martial Arts Master Wilson

  1. Sleepinglion Wilson says:

    The whole lion thing came from a dream. I awoke a sleeping lion by projecting a roar with my mind and then the lion fought the shadow figure, tearing him in half. The lion when he was asleep, although 20 feet long, he was at a place of peace and non-violent though lethal.

  2. תמיר כהן says:

    this martial art have any connection to lion like there is kong fu style that base on tiger?
    and I saw that it`s came from bukodu and other martial arts so my question is: how did you build it and what did you took from any martial art? it`s like MMA that include some martial arts or it`s just an inspiration?

  3. walking1way says:

    thank you for responding.. relaxing is very hard when I know the other guy wants to punch or kick my face.. is there some way like a mantra.. but i will take your advice.. movements to be natural and efficient.. i notice.. even shadowboxing gets me winded.. but I will take your advice.. and control how much functional reserve capacity i use, and my inspiration, and expiration.. with your words.. I will grow.. thank you

  4. Sleepinglion Wilson says:

    In a sparring match I would recomend work relaxation and breathing. Hopefully you retain the habit of being relaxed when it is more difficult, like in a street fight. Train your cardio before the fight/sparring is helpfull… Be aware of your breathing and if your opponent is tired dont let him rest/breath. When you are tight/rigid you use more energy.Train your movements to be natural and efficient. To react and flow instead of thinking will help pull all of this together. Train well! MW

  5. Sleepinglion Wilson says:

    Thank you for your request and sorry my responce was not immediate.
    I was triing to think of how to make my response to your question into a video. I decided it best to write back.
    I see the answer to your question as "timing". Execute energy the right way at the right time other wise conserve energy. In a street fight if tired, I would reccomend end it quick or try to disengage. I only have so many characters left to post this on youtube for you, so I will continue in a second post.

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