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Old 11-10-2012, 08:07 AM   #1
OMGWTF
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Default How much weight should be on your back foot when you lead with a rear cross?

Im not sure if I understand weight transfer properly. But if I have too much weight on my back foot it slows my punch down because there is too much friction/weight on my rear foot and I cant make as a rapid rotation due to this friction.

So basically if you try to "put out the cigarette" when all your body weight is on your rear foot, the weight/friction will not alow the hip/foot to spin as fast as it should and so the punch is slow and weak.

How much weight should you transfer from leg to leg? What am I not getting here?

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