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Old 06-21-2012, 07:08 PM
Ray Corso
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Some tips to practice;
use your mouth piece every other day when doing road work to practice keeping your mouth shut and breathing through your nose. Your mouth is open 70% of the time.
Your second, third and fourth right hands are baseball throws. Keep your right elbow down and throw your right hand that way.
You need alot of time in the ring shadow boxing! Yoiu need to take the center of the ring and attack from there then you need to practice laterial movement on the outside. Your very stationary and look very tight. The xtra time IN the ring shadowing might help you relax more.
The next punch to add is a hook, through your jab then "straight" right and hook off it then roll under and leave your man with a jab!!!
Straight jab/straight right hand/left hook/ the roll back under off of your hook then jab as you slide off to the left.
Get to work on those shots, should take you a year to get them down smoothly!
You were first! good
Punched behind your jab, good
Punched to the mid section, good
Kept the pressure on him, good

bottom line you did GOOD! you need the mirror to keep those right hands straighter and shorter, no more baseball throws. More time moving in the ring so the ring is a very comfortable place to be. good luck, Ray Corso
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