Keep your right hand on your jaw! It spends more time away than it does on. Also, your bag may not permit it but I'd suggest practising low kicks for a while and gradually working your way higher with increased flexability and technique. No offense, but your kick looks kind of useless; you need to get into the habbit or turning your hip over and screwing your standing legs toes into the ground. I'd also suggest spending more time on throwing single, straight shots. You should only be adding in combos when you are a proficiant enough striker and you'd probably only benefit early on from straight shots like jab/cross.
Throwing loads and loads of fast punches may be all well and good for conditioning, but can you imagine doing it in a street fight? You wanna be picking the guy appart as he throws haymakers at you. And in a sanctioned fight like boxing/kickboxin/mma, your oponent would be the guy picking you appart.
Just practise throwing a jab (keeping your right hand up and elbow tight into your body, turning your left fist over as you do, keeping your chin tucked behind your left shouler. Imagine someone throwing a right hook to your jaw while you're jabbing. If you're game isn't tight, it's nighty night. Bring your jab hand back to cover as quickly as you threw it, cos you'll have to beat someone's counter to your face. Also, throw your punches straight from where they are in your guard. You don't wanna drop your hands at all before- it'll give the game away. Remember to push in for your jab with your legs and then back out to disengage.
Then practise throwing a cross in the same manner, except getting a quarter-turn of your hip instead of the push in/out.
That's enough for now, I don't want to bore anyone.
Edit: oh yeah, get some better music.
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Last edited by pauly_j : 02-19-2009 at 05:06 PM.