Originally Posted by greynotsoold
Don't get squared up to begin with; get sideways to your opponent with your hip and shoulder up front.
And you don't have to get hit hard for a solar plexus punch to take your wind. It is really a placement and timing shot.
I like to teach my guys this but there is a downside. It restricts what you can get hit with, but also your attacking options. How do you get past that with your boys? Turning the ankle?