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Old 02-23-2013, 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by greynotsoold View Post
Every punch you throw starts at the floor (with the exception of the jab, because no weight transfers when you jab.)With the straight right, for example, the weight goes onto the left foot/leg (thus, the left side of the body becomes the 'hinge' side of the door); A sharp pivot on the right toe turns the right hip and that turns the right shoulder- slamming the door- which drives the right arm, which propels the fist.
When throwing a left hook, the weight goes onto the right foot/leg, and the right side becomes the 'hinges.'
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