Some Boxing Techniques

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  Keep your hands up when you are very close to your opponent, or else your opponent could hook you and KO you. Watch the opponents hands, and not the opponent's face, because the boxer's hand's is the that ones could hurt you the quickest.

  Keep your knees bent when you are close to your opponent so that you would be able to respond quickly to launch an offense or defense. Most animals do the same by bending their knees when they are launching an offense or defense when their opponent or any unwanted ones get too close to them.

  Keep your boxing maneuvers dynamic, and never make the same move more than 1 or more times in a row, because your opponent would get your number a call you. Come up with a secret move that your opponent would least expect.

  When you throw your punches, do not use just only your arms, because you would have a hard time effectively KO your opponent, and then you would get tired quickly, and you won't last later in the rounds. Use more of your legs to rotate the body to deliver your punches, and make sure your knees are bent, because your punches would be more devastating on your opponent if your knees are bent. That's why you should run 2 miles or more depending on how many rounds are you fighting in order to make your legs to last throughout all the rounds in your boxing match, and then do series of short distant sprints that would help build up speed in your punches.

  When you come in on your opponent, come in with barrage of punches, and do not hesitate to throw a punch, nor hesitate between punches, because your opponent could deliver a counter punch to KO you on your hesitation more than 0.200 second.

  Punch on your opponent while your opponent is mobile on foot by timing and meeting your moving opponent on foot with your punch, because your opponent can not launch a punch until his or her feet are set. So if a boxer don't set his or her feet before delivering the punch, that boxer would fall down as soon as he or she land the punch, and then that punch would be less effective.

  Never stand get directly in front of your opponent while your are close to your opponent is close to you, because your opponent's hand's are equal distant, and you would have to watch both hands. Always stand near your opponent's hand that is closer to you, and watch your more of opponent's hand that is away from you, because that hand that is away from you would deliver a devastating punch. So the south paw boxer could deliver a devastating left handed, orthodox boxer could deliver a devastating right handed punch, and the boxer that could go either south paw or orthodox stance could deliver devastating punches by either left or right hand.

  If your opponent would go on the attack on you, keep your hands up, either try to hold on to your opponent, or shove your opponent with your body into your opponent that would be enough to make your opponent hesitate in throwing punches while that opponent is fighting to regain his or her balance, and then quickly deliver the punch while your opponent fighting to regain his or her balance. Keep your body low while shoving your opponent so that you would have more leverage on your shove on your opponent.

  Never overextend your punch, you would be off balance and vulnerable to get knocked down easily by your opponent.

  If you are attacking a retreating opponent, do not deliver straight punch like a cross or a jab, deliver a circular punch like a hook. If your opponent is approaching you, then use the straight punch or circular punch like the hook or uppercut.

  I recommend including doing bicycle training, because it would increase punching frequency in delivery barrage of punches, punching speed, and knockout power. Here is the bicycle training method at this link:

Some champion boxers have won many fights like using those technique.

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