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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-27-2010, 05:08 AM
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yeah i dont mind it on the forehead bruises a little but does no damage other than that.

I dont mind getting hit but i see some fighters that manage to completely avoid getting hit whilst managing to ko their opponent.
are you trying to wait till the punch is on it's way to you to avoid it cus you can make your head a harder target with preemptive headmovement
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yeah that must be what im doing wrong. Iv always boxed the same way stand and exchange but that obviously isnt the best method.

Its almost as if I like to be tapped out! lol
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yeah that must be what im doing wrong. Iv always boxed the same way stand and exchange but that obviously isnt the best method.
it's not ideal but sometimes it does have it's uses, rarely
at what point doyou find yourself taking more shots, if you can tell when you are taking the majority of shots?
Is it on the way in to meet the opponent or is it while you are both basicaly in punching range neither ofyou moving much etc
the more I know the better tips I can give
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