|01-02-2011, 09:53 AM||#31|
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|01-02-2011, 10:15 AM||#32|
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Itís a very simple fact that all top boxers possess great footwork and balance. The ability to remain highly mobile whilst under full control and in total balance offers the boxer the ability to maximise the opportunities to land effective shots. Moving from side to side, also referred to as side-stepping, is a key skill to master as it plays such a massive role during offensive and defensive actions. Side-stepping allows the boxer to cut off the ring, maximising pressure on the opponent. The side step also allows new angles for attack to be opened. When mixed with ducking and slipping punches, the side step provides excellent defensive options.
Footwork, side-stepping and moving in and out , is a primary element of controlling the opponent inside a boxing ring. The side step is a key tactical skill that must become second nature. The move should combine speed and control and be carried out with efficiency.
i googled footwork and this is what i found. i think pac has above-average footwork based on this information.
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