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Old 09-28-2010, 10:07 AM   #46
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Looks okay for your experience level. Just keep working. Go in there and get experience. I would listen to your trainer. I remember when I started doing mitt work, I made many mistakes, still do. However, my coach would only point one thing out at a time. It took me two weeks to throw a punch and step to my coach when starting. What he realized is that I was not capable of correcting ten things at once. After I mastered this, he addressed another issue. This is sometimes the problem with posting this stuff. You get very good feedback, but flooded with the mistakes and try to address them all at once. It's like the old saying paraphrasing to teach a man nothing, teach him everything at once. Keep listening to your coach, and as long as he is fixing the fundamentals and you are learning, you're fine. If you are trying to emulate a style, don't. Just learn the basics and your own style will come with time.
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Old 09-28-2010, 11:58 PM   #47
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Move my ****in head!
doubt you see it coming which is why i ask
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Old 09-29-2010, 08:06 AM   #48
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1st thing you should be working on are foot drills, I dont know how often you are doing them right now, but a quick glance at you and I can tell this is a major need.

Your trainer should have you doing foot drills for 30 minutes 3x a week if you are a relatively new boxer. I see zero evidence of any professional level footwork and your angles are off. I dont see you pushing off the proper feet all the time.
right cross you sound knowledgeable so what do you suggest as i am looking for footwork drills to do too.

i am open to all ideas. cheers

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Old 09-30-2010, 10:01 AM   #49
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So by chance this thread got back to my trainer via the Drunken Master. Really though? Really. I got an earful.
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Old 09-30-2010, 10:20 PM   #50
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I would stand a touch more upright, you're a little too low IMHO man, and you're open for a nasty ass uppercut. Just look at Cotto, he uses that kinda style better than anyone else but always gets tagged up through the middle.

But good stuff, good video, keep working hard and enjoy it
Are you Emanuel Steward? Thats the same thing he said about Cotto at his boxing Clinic, was one of the first things he worked on for the Foreman fight.
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