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Old 12-19-2004, 09:48 PM #1
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Default Training like champions (52 illusttrations). Ali, Marciano, Sugar Ray R., Chavez.

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Muhammad Ali, Rocky Marciano, Sugar Ray Robinson and J. C. Chavez are mentioned in these 11 boxing lessons, read all them to know wich moves were used by wich fighters.


Lesson # 1:

"The dissuasive jab; feinted to the solar plexus".



In this lesson we are going to see 3 things:

1.-How to throw a jab to the solar plexus.

2.-How to jab to the top feinting a jab to the solar plexus.

3.-How to use this feint as a dissuasive weapon against an opponent who tries to counter your jab to the bottom with a straight right.

The great Sugar Ray Robinson was a master throwing a jab to the solar plexus. And like him you can even throw it against shorter opponents.

A good indication that you are throwing it properly is when your arm is parallel to the floor at the punch's contact.

A long step and bending your knees to the maximum guarantees the proper arm position. Also bending from your waistline and leaning your upper body to the side are important points (see figure 1).

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Figure 1. - There are a few minor points that you can adjust in this picture so as to suit varying situations.

Lets suppose that you have thrown a few good jabs to your opponent's body; the next time, you are going to feint throwing it low and go to his head instead.

For you to succeed you have to look at his body until your punch makes contact, also you must bend and lean your body as if you were throwing a real low jab . (see figure 2).

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Figure 2. - Of course you can throw this jab even before you start throwing your low jabs.

It is more fun when facing an opponent who is highly confident in countering your jab to the bottom with a straight right hand (see figure 3).

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Figure 3. - Your opponent has tried to counter with his right hand but you have made him pay for it!


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Old 12-19-2004, 09:54 PM #2
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Lesson # 2:

"Feinting a devastating hook to the liver area; to then elude the block and then make full contact".



Let us suppose that your opponent is constantly blocking your left hook to the body (see figure 1).

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Figure 1.- With your opponent preferable against the ropes.

In order to hit him with your best left hook you could next time do the following.

Throw a fast but soft hook inside his guard to the liver area in order to force him to move his arm or elbow and block it as he has been doing before. But at the same time you must start a full step (both feet move) as seen on figure 2.

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Figure 2.- Your front foot is in the air when your fast but soft hook is blocked.

Remember that you must throw this fast but soft hook feinting that you are throwing a devastating one. For more bluff; if your used to letting out noise and air with your big hits then do so this time as well, except don't put any shoulder or twist into the hit.

Once you have finished your stepping you are set to hit a second hook (this time a real devastating one) on the opening that your opponent made when he moved his arm to block the first one, the "feinted hook" (see figures 3 and 4).

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Figure 3.- Notice how your back foot crossed the line yy.

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Picture 4.- Compare your foot position to all pictures.

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Old 12-19-2004, 09:55 PM #3
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Nice stuff...
I got into jabbing to the stomach against taller opponents after watching Corrales Mayweather, I also liked using the faking to the head to go to body (and the other way around) but I never saw anything like Figure II. I'm definately going to practice it and hopefully get a chance to apply it against some unlucky opponent..
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heres feint to the head, jab to the body
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Old 12-20-2004, 03:24 AM #5
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Alot of actual and potential boxers could learn alot from those diagrams and explanations. My coach has trained to world champions, and he also teaches the same punch. Its basic, but so effective.
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heres feint to the head, jab to the body
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he knocked him down with a jab to the body hahahaha
anyway nice stuff man im going to givce you some karma for this psot

i love the illusrations as well

hopefully i spar today im going to practice this stuff on the bag
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Old 12-21-2004, 11:45 PM #8
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Lesson # 3:

"The 1-1-2 with fast circular movement".



Muhammad Ali used to dance "revolving" around his opponent while simultaneously hitting them.

His famous expression "Fly like a butterfly sting like a bee", came from these movements.

This is one of Ali's classic combinations (see figure 1).

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Figure 1.- Sequence.




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...Let suppose that you dancing on your toes around your opponent (see figure 2).

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Figure 2. - See the line, you will be moving away from it during the sequence.

Throw a fast jab crossing your back foot as seen on figure 3.

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Figure 3. - Try to block your opponents vision with an open hand.

Retract your arm or glove, but not much (see figure 4).

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Figure 4. - Your back foot lands and full crosses the front one.



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...Throw a second jab uncrossing your feet (see figure 5).

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Figure 5. - You connect with this second jab while your front foot is still in the air.

Once your front foot lands, follow with a right. And let the inertia work for your body. Just move with your inertia, flow and don't worry that you may get hit as you have disrupted their pattern and their timing while attacking (see figure 6).

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Figure 6. - This punch is aimed a little to the right where your opponents face should be because of the angles you made while circling.

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