Of course, this profound technique cannot be mastered overnight.
In order to learn boxing, boxing training is, of course, the best way to improve.
It is possible to aim for further height by studying how to punch and various techniques while conducting actual training.
Naming strokes are even more important for training purposes. A coach will only shout the name of a punch so that you throw it in an instant without confusion.
There are slight variations in the blows depending on the trainers. However, there is a basic formula that is commonly followed to facilitate training.
Boxing techniques are the set of means of attack and defense that, as a result of systematic practice, become the boxer’s habits. These techniques include the following aspects:
• Ability to move quickly and lightly inside the ring.
• Mastering attacks that are carried out surprisingly and quickly.
• Master the means of defense.
• Master the counterattack.
The tactics in boxing are studied simultaneously with the technique. In the learning process they interdependent as they learn and set the hit. At the same time, defense and counterattacks must be learned.
We will talk about the classic boxing punches, being that we can summarize them in the following movements:
Each boxing punches has its name and basically they are:
- Crusader or cross,
- Uppercut or hook,
- Crochet and
JAB: it is used to: keep the distance, to start a combination, as a deception blow for another subsequent action, to “worry” the opponent … It is definitely a little bit “accentuated”. Less impact force and usually left in right-handed or orthodox guard fighters.
Cross: from the left (always the reverse in left-handed) is a stronger blow than the Jab, the fighter who runs it has to be well supported on the ground and with greater momentum of the hip, shoulder and body rotation.
It is used to stop the opponent who “enters”, to destabilize him, to hit hard. Many Technicians, boxers and fans confundenambos. However, in English, they differentiate perfectly (those who really know) a “jab” from a “straight-left”.
UPPERCUT: it is a blow that goes from the bottom up looking for the chin of the adversary.
Crochet : A semicircular punch, executed with the hand in the forward position and directed to the head of the adversary. From the guard position, the elbow retracts with the fist horizontally (the forearmed knuckles) and takes a curvilinear posture. The adverse hand is placed firmly before the jaw to protect the chin. The torso and hip rotate clockwise, propelling the fist in the form of an arc adjusted towards the front of the body and connecting with the target. At the same time, the foot in the forward position, turns on the front part of the foot, turning the left heel outwards. After the impact, the circular path of the crochet ends abruptly and the front hand quickly retracts to the guard position. Crochet can also impact the lower part of the body, the liver and kidney objective being even more interesting here, so this strategy is often referred to as “tear” or “rip”, to differentiate itself from conventional crochet. To the head. The crochet can also be executed by hand in the back position.
SWING: it is long crochet in which the fist is turned to impact the knuckle area.