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Old Mar 11, 2017   #1
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New to sparring
Me and my friend, both new to this, made a spar replay

does anyone mind watching it and giving me some pointers?

(its spar2)
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Old Mar 11, 2017   #2
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Welp, looks like you uploaded the wrong replay :P
Anyway, take a look in this tutorial and this video.

Good luck and have fun!
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Old Mar 11, 2017   #3
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you're right thanks, i've fixed it so if you still would like to watch it go ahead
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Old Mar 11, 2017   #4
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Looks good for beginners, but try moving smoother and more continuously. Flow is very important!
Getting good in sparring takes time and a lot of practice, but you guys can handle it!
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Old Mar 31, 2017   #5
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If theres one thing I have noticed while doing my first steps of parkour and sparring its that relaxing more joints looks nice and keeps a good flow. My friend keeps all joints moving or held and looks like a robot whereas I have a tiny bit of flow. Just a little basic tip but some people miss out on it.
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Old Mar 31, 2017   #6
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A good thing i learned over the years is learning forward a bit is a good touch when running for the spar if needed, you need to find that "soft spot" that allows you to run forward with good momentum, but not so much you fall over on your face. Balance is also important as you want to be able to get back up onto your feet when needed and other things, relaxing can help in some frames as well as it can help your movements flow a slight bit.
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