Punch head must be lower than opponents punch must

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punch (head must be lower than opponent’s punch, must keep the eye contact with opponent) Turn the waist to either left or right, in order to set up the counter Perform the counter punch Return to the boxing stance
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Page 82 PIVOT OUTSIDE From the boxing stance Anchor he lead foot in position, take rear foot to the 90 degrees behind while rotating the whole body Maintain the balance and return to the boxing stance PIVOT INSIDE From the boxing stance Anchor the lead foot in position, take rear foot to the 90 degrees front while rotating the whole body Maintain the balance and boxing stance
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Page 83 FEINTS Hiding boxer’s intention by deceptive action Different types of feints should be applied for certain tactics and situations Feints must be quick and provoking Feints should be made in appropriate distance Feints can be also used for close-in of the distance, boxer uses feints to get closer to opponent by moving forward or drawing opponent to move closer or make opponents to move backward toward the rope or corner To make opponent to take any attack action that will create an opening for the counterattack
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Page 84 TYPES OF FEINTS Head Feint Move the head forward and retract Move the head side to side Eyes Feint Look to opponent’s abdomen area Look to opponent’s feet Arm Feint Extend lead arm slightly to opponent’s head or body and retract, imitates the attack movement Body Feint Move the upper body (shoulders) toward the opponent or sideways to imitate the intention of striking a blow, and return to original position Leg Feints Flex one or both knees slightly to lower the body then stand back up, pretend that the boxer is making an preparation for the attack movement Anchor one leg on the floor, while the other leg move to the different directions COMBINATIONS OF FEINTS Each type of feints can be applied individually or combined with two or more elements. Ex.) Hand with Eyes or Leg with Hand and etc. When performing feint movements, boxer must think about own defense, anticipate for any of opponent’s counter-attacks. Meanwhile, a boxer must also think about his/her action after the feint. Feints should be used as preparation actions for a main attack.
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Page 85 Training Plan Development A one year training plan is developed to forecast and prepare the training schedule based on the boxer’s target competition. Purpose of training plan is to enable coaches to plan ahead for the upcoming training and competitions. However, the most importantly, training plan is developed to organize and manage better training process for the boxer and prepare boxer for the major and/or target competition according to his/her goal.
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