|05-10-2012, 06:02 PM||#11|
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Not just for the sake of messing up your hands, but so many bad habbits are developed on the bag.
Also don't get in the habbit of leaning on the bag when you get tired. I see this alot, if you're not going to work and stay in good form, just cut your round early. Better to walk away and try again later than to reinforce bad habbits.
"I'm fighting on the inside" - no you're not, your using the bag to hold yourself up, Try that against a live opponent and see what happens.
|05-15-2012, 02:09 PM||#12|
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im no expert, but also pick a spot on the bag, like a certain height a bit above your eye level for you to stare at all the time.
chin down, and dont ever look away from that spot while you bend and turn...this actually helped me a lot when i was in the beginning stages.
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