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Old 06-11-2012, 01:28 PM
Don Flamenco
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Originally Posted by greynotsoold View Post
A lot of the time, when you catch his jab, you reach out with your right hand. Let the punch come to you, and if you are out of range just let it go. There was one sequence where he had his hands up around his head and you just stood right in front of him with your chin in the air while you threw several punches, the last being a left hook to the body. You got away with it but it isn't a good habit to get into.
You do a good job of catching and blocking punches. The next step is to develope your counterpunching ability, to learn how yo avoid those punches without tying up your hands so you can punch while he is punching.

I definitely noticed what you are saying about keeping my chin up during the sequence where I finished with a left hook to the Body. I'll be looking to take away his jab by countering next time. I usually like to slip to the outside and throw my right, or just time his jab and throw a looping right hand over it (around the 1 minute mark.)

Thanks for the help, greynotsoold

Last edited by Don Flamenco; 06-11-2012 at 02:35 PM.
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