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post #51 of 55 (permalink) Old 08-19-2011, 03:29 AM
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Not tape my friend, handwraps. They are cotton made and are reusable, check out www.MMAWarehouse.com and look for handwraps. I'm pretty sure BadBoy has a good 3 pack.
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Telling a weightlifter that deep squats are bad for the knees is like telling a kickboxer that footwork is a bad strategy...
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I like doubles myself, if you have small hands you can get away with the shorter ones.
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My left shin is sooooo sore right now...

It's hard to imagine seeing those Thai boxers doing it with a bamboo tree.
Hey we all have to start somewhere.

What I really need you to do for me is to go to a store and buy some cloth hand wraps, then go to YouTube and watch a video of a boxer wrapping his hands until you can replicate, it's pretty easy and will save your hands.

If you want to work the heavy bag have a set ready to do before you start. I recommend this for all beginners.

Before you start you are going to need to know these strikes. Jab, hook, straight, leg kick, body kick.

These are bread and butter strikes. Once again go to YouTube, watch a boxer/kickboxer perform the punches and kicks.

Jab x 50/25
Jab - straight left x 50/25
Jab - straight left - leg kick x 50/25
Jab - straight left - right hook x 50/25

These are just some basic combos, go slow and focus more on technique than just throwing with all your might. It is easy to fall into bad habits without someone watching. But baby steps



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Hey we all have to start somewhere.

What I really need you to do for me is to go to a store and buy some cloth hand wraps, then go to YouTube and watch a video of a boxer wrapping his hands until you can replicate, it's pretty easy and will save your hands.

If you want to work the heavy bag have a set ready to do before you start. I recommend this for all beginners.

Before you start you are going to need to know these strikes. Jab, hook, straight, leg kick, body kick.

These are bread and butter strikes. Once again go to YouTube, watch a boxer/kickboxer perform the punches and kicks.

Jab x 50/25
Jab - straight left x 50/25
Jab - straight left - leg kick x 50/25
Jab - straight left - right hook x 50/25

These are just some basic combos, go slow and focus more on technique than just throwing with all your might. It is easy to fall into bad habits without someone watching. But baby steps
Thanks! Is it ideal for a newbie to throw 4-punch combos? I've practiced the jab+cross+hook+uppercut a while ago. Second time in heavy bag and I feel disappointed that I didn't get to video-tape it...

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Hmmm... I think I do. I think the video cam was simply set at a bad angle. If you were to see how my lead foot is whenever I throw my kicks, it always goes into the "power position" before I raise my rear leg. My lead leg at that moment is in a 45-degree angle from my view.

But about those punches... Yeah. lol. My chin is like way wide open.
Trust me buddy, you aren't turning your hips... at least, not enough to generate a good amount of power.


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Hey we all have to start somewhere.

What I really need you to do for me is to go to a store and buy some cloth hand wraps, then go to YouTube and watch a video of a boxer wrapping his hands until you can replicate, it's pretty easy and will save your hands.

If you want to work the heavy bag have a set ready to do before you start. I recommend this for all beginners.

Before you start you are going to need to know these strikes. Jab, hook, straight, leg kick, body kick.

These are bread and butter strikes. Once again go to YouTube, watch a boxer/kickboxer perform the punches and kicks.

Jab x 50/25
Jab - straight left x 50/25
Jab - straight left - leg kick x 50/25
Jab - straight left - right hook x 50/25

These are just some basic combos, go slow and focus more on technique than just throwing with all your might. It is easy to fall into bad habits without someone watching. But baby steps
This is one of the best hand wrapping tutorials ive seen:

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