Carnage Elbow Boxing is a style that I’ve developed over 20 years of learning elbows and then applying it to boxing combos for that extra flow and uncertainty for the opponent.
The biggest hidden secret about my elbows being so quick and almost, at times, unseen or unpredictable, is that it first has to be present in your mind before you see the opening. Or even better – create the opening.
This is how I can use them with flow in my boxing combos so easily. My main goal is to land an elbow in every encounter that is suited possible. To conflict as much damage as I can by doing so.
You have to have the thought of the end result while still using all other skills to create this. By having this mindset – the elbow is always loaded, ready to fire.
Making it hard to see by your opponent is fundamental. The best way to put this together is with punching. Hand to elbow back to hand. Or elbow to hand back to elbow.
Like any skill you need to first sharpen every technique. You need to make sure that each one is as perfect as you can make it. This takes many years of repetition and discipline. And certainly a constant mind awareness.
Nothing can beat hands on experience in this type of game. So having 64 fights has allowed me many times to practice in a real situation. Making mistakes and also lots of right things has given me the opportunity to develop a style like no other when it comes to Carnage Elbow Boxing.
First you have to learn the technique. Then you have to fight with 100% effort of letting it all go. Elbow, elbow, elbow! As time goes on you will get smarter, sharper and more accurate.
Learning the most important things like when, how and why.
- When to throw this elbow?
- How to throw that elbow?
- Why this elbow?
When I add boxing to this, it just gives us so many more options. It makes your elbows almost unseen by your opponent, not to mention the damage the hands are doing while they are worried about the elbow coming.
Carnage Elbow Boxing workshop is held on June 24 at The Dojo on the Gold Coast. The workshop will run from 9 am to 11.30 am. I will be teaching my elbow science on how, when and why the elbow is thrown and delivered in battle. For further information contact firstname.lastname@example.org as well as stay tuned on my page on Facebook.