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Old 11-06-2012, 09:12 AM #4
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For practice throw your jab at your own height so it comes out straight and returns high. Step with your jab into the bag and then drop some weight on your right leg (sitting down) so you have some power! Your not pronating (turning your wrists down) so theres not much snap to your shots. If you pronate correctly and concentrate on your hand sppeed then sit down properly you'll be moving that bag away from the wall hahaha!!! Turn your hip and pivot the foot out when the right hand is thrown.

Straighten the jab (pronate)
Fast right hand (pronate) turn your foot out (pivot) with the hip (sit down)

.......then don't just stand there fin ish with a hook and slid under or step off to the side just don't stand there.
If you can get that bag in a area where you have 360degrees to move around it!! good luck and power comes from the weight shift, pivoting, pronating and overall hand speed! Ray.
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