- Joined Aug 15, 2004
I think I can get him, bruhs.
Naw, I was saying I can get him with his head moving only. haha
THISDon't watch the vid and think you can just emulate his movement and evade real punches. His distance and timing is what makes the guys miss, and that comes through many many rounds of sparring. However, it is obvious that those dudes don't have any legitimate boxing training.
*Honest question: Would it be a waste of time watching his vids?THIS
As a boxer for over 10 years I feel I could put my 2 cents in. It's obvious yet the average person will not see it. It's all in his footwork.
I always found boxing/martial arts interesting, for self defense and for a way to regain my quickness which I have lost during the college years. I would love to start at a gym at some point in my life.ConcordflightXI
It's always insightful to watch. So I wouldn't NOT recommend it. At the same time he's not teaching some crazy ancient technique, catch my drift?
In ANY fight footwork will go a long way. Most bar/street fights end up with one guy catching a crazy lucky punch or they're both on the floor hugging. That is assuming the fight is being fought fair without bottles and chairs.
My best advice is learn and practice shadow boxing on the daily and just a few quick 1,2 combo's. You'd be surprised how many people can't throw a STRAIGHT punch. These wild haymakers will almost NEVER land, unless you are stretch Armstrong. Hope that helps fam
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