Original title: How does the world's strongest Sanda player, Liu Hailong, the super Sanda king practice?
Champion champion, what kind of kind? But with the same starting line, the same teaching materials, and the same hard work, why are there bronzes and kings? Why would Liu Hailong, who was born in an ordinary farmer's family, stand out and become the king of Sanda at the age of 20?
Different radicals can be combined into different Chinese characters, and different punching techniques can be combined into different combos. Guanquan + whip kick is the most common and basic combination of Sanda. But there is no scenery in familiar places. This standardized and formatted combo routine can easily be fancy counterattack by high-end players.
Liu Hailong is an anti-frame player. Generally, the left fist and left leg responsible for the heavy blow should be the "old A" lying in the second line. But he did not take the usual path, breaking the old rule of light and heavy, breaking the conventional routine of fist and leg left and right rounds, attacking with the left high whip leg, and then connected with the left gang punch to hit the opponent.