Slipping punches is the most basic form of dodging, at least in boxing. It is not easy to get wrong, but some would-be boxers manage to mess it up. However, when it is done successfully, for a brief moment it makes you look untouchable.
Being the second straight punch in a boxer’s arsenal, the straight is both fast and powerful. While the technique for a jab and hooks may vary depending on style, the technique for a straight requires more emphasis.
Hooks are power punches thrown with an emphasis on rotation. They are meant for close-range boxing and have more power than other punches at the cost of being slow.
If you ask anyone what boxing looks like, most people would imagine a boxer bobbing and weaving.
Every boxer should know how to get in their stance. This article details the basic stance and introduces some of the variations on the basic stance.
It takes practice for you to get great footwork, but you only need the basics to get good footwork.
This article will be about the jab, a simple punch in boxing that has many uses but is often overlooked.
To get the complete experience of boxing, you have to box against another person. There…