The 9 Most Important Punches in Boxing | Basic Boxing Punches. On this video, I’m going to take you through the 9 most essential punches in boxing. I’m going to tell you what they are, show you how to do them and the variations of the punches if there are any variations. If you want to learn how to punch or how to box this video is perfect start for you!!!
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1. So to start with the first punch and the most important punch in boxing, the JAB the straight left hand. If you are southpaw, you’re a straight right hand. This is used to find a range in a fight and set up the big right hand or whatever punch you’re going to throw after that. There are a few ways of throwing the jab, and we’ll take you through them. The first jab is the speed jab where we’re not stepping with it, or it’s going to be a speed jab. This jab here is excellent for finding the range but as well as frustrating your opponent. If you’ve been in with a fighter who has got a great jab and they keep pinging you; it might not be hard but frustrates your opponent. So the next variation of it is stepping with the jab, it is also how you get power on the punch. If you step with the jab, you can see the energy there. It’s vital that I do this and I land on my toe. So I’m not stepping, land on my heel, I fall on my toe. Again, that’s the power jab.
2. The next punch is the power shot, the #2, the straight right hand. If you are a Southpaw, you’re a left hand, and I’m going to show you how to throw this shot. When you’re performing this punch, you’ve got to turn your hips and transfer your weight your front foot. This is why and how you get power in the blow. It involves moving your weight and turning your hips. When I say transfer your weight, I’m not shifting my weight like this; I’m keeping my head back while turning my hips.
3. The third punch is called THE HOOK. It’s probably one of the most awkward punches to throw. How am I going to throw that? It’s good to throw it off the straight hand. Because that puts you in the perfect position to throw that hook with the weight transfer. If I throw a straight right hand, transferring the weight in my front foot, my back heel is off the ground there, and all I’m going to do is drop the back heel. Afterwards, I’ll be the front heel off the ground and transfer the weight back. The weight transfer gets the power in the punch.
The other most important punches in boxing include;
4. THE REAR HOOK
5. THE LEFT HOOK
6. THE RIGHT HOOK
7. THE JAB BODY
8. THE CROSSBODY
9. THE REAR UPPERCUT
0:00 Boxing Punches
0:16 The Jab
1:10 Straight right hand
2:04 The Hook
3:01 Rear Hook
3:56 Left hook to the Body
4:43 Right hook to the body
5:22 Jab to the body
6:09 Straight right hand to the body
6:53 Rear uppercut
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