Legendary Jeet Kune Do instructor Paul Vunak will show you tips, these tips are designed to help you end a fight as quickly as possible in a dangerous situation once all hope of peaceful resolution has gone. These move will take away an attackers advantage regardless of size and strength.
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The jab is the first punch most people learn. It’s not the most powerful punch but it’s really helpful for controlling the distance. You can use it also to set up heavier punches.
So it’s really cool if you have a quick and precise jab. You can just jab your opponent from a distance, without putting your self at risk. But what to do when your opponent is the one with the better jab?
How to block those jabs effectively? The easiest way to learn is to practice. This Video is made to help you practice in the safely in your front room.
But there are several things you need to know so you can execute the technique properly. Here is another tip.
If you are a beginner, the first question that you will hear from your coach when you go to the gym will be: “Which is your dominant hand?” If you say that you are right-handed, he will tell you that you need to stay in the orthodox stance. Which means to place your left foot in front of your right foot.
If you are left-handed, you need to use the southpaw stance, which is the opposite of the orthodox one.
Here is what you need to do to have a proper boxing stance:
Step with your left foot in front of your right foot -A little bit more than the width of the shoulders. If you are a southpaw your right foot needs to be in front
Make a little step on the right with your back foot – Your feet shouldn’t be positioned on a straight line under your body. Otherwise, you will be unbalanced while throwing rear hand hooks or when you get hit by lead hooks. So you need to make a step to the right with your back foot if you are orthodox. And a little step on the left if you are a southpaw.
Pivot your foot– The toes of your front foot need to point at almost the same directions as your chest
Bend your knees a little bit – Thus you will be more balanced
Try to stay on the balls of your feet – That way you will increase your quickness and mobility
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Paul Vunak – End Any Fight Instantly
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