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Old 05-24-2012, 02:42 PM #29
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I'm a switch hitter.

You have to keep throwing it to get it better. It's the only way.

Throw it without clenching a fist. Leave your hand open, and just let is flop around at the end of the punch, so you can get that snap motion.

Then after many reps of that, you then begin to clench your fist right before your hand is fully extended. That way you get the snap feeling down, and then start getting the hang of throwing a legit punch.

As far as over committing. I can't say what is the sole reason for it but when i used to do it, it was because I wasn't snapping a punch. I was shoving my fist out there, like a push-punch.

Once I learned to snap the punch, my left straight out of the southpaw stance was no longer over reaching.
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