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Old 02-23-2007, 07:17 PM #3
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personally to land a jab i`ll jab when my opponent has jabbed and i`ve moved. Try double jabbing also to set up a back hand or hook.

the most difficutl thing to master in boxing imo is timing and range...learning to throw a hook or jab is quite easy, learning to make them hit their target against an oppo is hard at first.

Try wroking on drawing and feignting(sp?) Draw your opponent into throwing a punch by purposefully leaving a gap for him to go for, then you can move and counter when he's open.

ANother technique is to set yourself up as if your going to throw a certain punch and throw something totally different.

Of course these two things will eventuall happen split seconds, but you might want to practice in sparring more slowly.

If your oppo is coming at you you can either tie him up if he's an inside fighter, thus nullifying his main form of attack, or you can simply cover up if he's an outside slick type fighter...and counter his shots if you can... he will leave openings

Personally i think you should just tie him up and break.

Last edited by me2007; 02-23-2007 at 07:20 PM.
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