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Cassius Liston
05-28-2011, 01:12 PM
old vid of me on the bag throwing power shots
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Barn
05-28-2011, 01:27 PM
Don't drop your hands after combinations, it'll get you into bad habits.

Cassius Liston
05-28-2011, 01:31 PM
Don't drop your hands after combinations, it'll get you into bad habits.

yeah true.. i don't really that much ... i was already training and my dad came in and recorded me so i showed off a bit

bernardotelo
05-28-2011, 03:52 PM
nice jabs theyre way better than mine

Josh_Shing
05-30-2011, 04:46 AM
Cool uppercut looking bag. How much does it weigh? Punches are looking pretty good, only thing i would have said if this was recent is keep your chin tucked a little more when throwing the punches.

Cassius Liston
05-30-2011, 10:15 AM
Cool uppercut looking bag. How much does it weigh? Punches are looking pretty good, only thing i would have said if this was recent is keep your chin tucked a little more when throwing the punches.

think its like 50-60 kilos .. not 100%
http://www.boxfituk.com/punch-bags/lonsdale-large-maize-bag/prod_630.html

*2TOUGH*
05-30-2011, 10:25 AM
think its like 50-60 kilos .. not 100%
http://www.boxfituk.com/punch-bags/lonsdale-large-maize-bag/prod_630.html

rent boy :spank::rofl:

Rockin'
05-30-2011, 10:30 AM
Nice work. You have good snap on your shots. Only thing that I can critique is that you should really get into the habit of doing something defensive after you finish throwing. If you're training to be a fighter then you know that when you finish that's when they throw back. Throw yours and look for something coming back.......Rockin':boxing:

Cassius Liston
05-30-2011, 02:03 PM
Nice work. You have good snap on your shots. Only thing that I can critique is that you should really get into the habit of doing something defensive after you finish throwing. If you're training to be a fighter then you know that when you finish that's when they throw back. Throw yours and look for something coming back.......Rockin':boxing:

yes .. you're right .. i am picking up bad habits..I'll try and be more defensive after i throw,thanks for the advice

Josh_Shing
05-30-2011, 02:08 PM
I bet you could also try weaving under the bag too since it looks high enough and it swings so much.

Be_kind_rewind
05-30-2011, 09:14 PM
That **** looks like an enormous speed bag.

supRa
12-26-2011, 04:00 PM
reminds me of how my nads move on high intensive running

King of Sting
12-26-2011, 05:28 PM
Nice work. You have good snap on your shots. Only thing that I can critique is that you should really get into the habit of doing something defensive after you finish throwing. If you're training to be a fighter then you know that when you finish that's when they throw back. Throw yours and look for something coming back.......Rockin':boxing:You've pretty much pointed out the obvious, about getting back on defense, however, I didn't necessarily see the "good snap" you're talkin' about, Rockin'.

What I saw was someone trying to be flashy with his punches, and too eager to show off, it seemed more like he was slappin' and arm punchin' for the most part. I'd like to see more torque on his hips and pivoting on the balls of his feet, basically sit down on his punches.

He also telegraphs his right straight. His elbow lifting up to the side is the first thing you see before he fires off with that straight. He sorta does the same with the jab.

But, he has some fluidity and simply needs to work on punching technique.

I didn't see where he was going with his movement around the bag, its like he was just moving around for the sake of moving around. There's gotta be a purpose for why you're moving around your opponent, in this case the bag.

Cassius Liston
12-26-2011, 05:42 PM
You've pretty much pointed out the obvious, about getting back on defense, however, I didn't necessarily see the "good snap" you're talkin' about, Rockin'.

What I saw was someone trying to be flashy with his punches, and too eager to show off, it seemed more like he was slappin' and arm punchin' for the most part. I'd like to see more torque on his hips and pivoting on the balls of his feet, basically sit down on his punches.

He also telegraphs his right straight. His elbow lifting up to the side is the first thing you see before he fires off with that straight. He sorta does the same with the jab.

But, he has some fluidity and simply needs to work on punching technique.

I didn't see where he was going with his movement around the bag, its like he was just moving around for the sake of moving around. There's gotta be a purpose for why you're moving around your opponent, in this case the bag.

Yeah this is basically rubbish technique i was just throwing random shots

I have actually been injured recently and haven't trained for a few months,going to get back to the club after new year but thanks for the tips and the right hand is an elbow raising punch you're right its sort of the way katsidis throws it,I'm going to work on a more straight right like Bernard Hopkins and the chin tucked way in