It also means to snap your hand back to your defensive position. Don't leave it hanging out there cuz you'll get smacked in the head. After a punch, always bring your hands and arms up to your guard to protect your head and body.
So I think your instructor's implying that you should snap your punch out and then snap it back. It sounds simple, but after a while it gets exhausting. With practice, it becomes second nature and you won't think about it.
that's what i would think it would mean in context.
I don't know why someone would ask us tho. That's the reason you're paying for your instructor! No one knows what he means better than him.
Last edited by 69nites; 11-11-2008 at 03:36 PM.