Punching Bag Kickboxing Company introduced the standing […]
Punching Bag Kickboxing Company introduced the standing posture for training boxing.
(1) Face the opponent first, half a step apart, and stand firmly with your arms drooping naturally.
(2) Facing each other, move your left foot forward 35-45 cm. You can also determine the distance based on your height and habits. Generally, it is better to make you feel comfortable.
(3) The right foot and the left foot are at a 45-degree angle. In order to reduce the amplitude a little, open the right heel a little to the right, and the distance between left and right is 20-30 cm. The main purpose of this stance is to keep your body balanced when you are hit by an outsider. If you stand on a horizontal line, you can't stand a straight punch from the front, and you will fall back easily; if you stand on a firm line, you will easily fall sideways, which is not good for both offense and defense.
(4) Lift the back heel about 5 cm, and drop your weight evenly on the base of the front and back toes. The knee joints of the front legs bend slightly, while the back feet are slightly bent along the front feet. The center of gravity is placed between the legs. Whether the body is stationary or moving, the center of gravity cannot be projected beyond the feet and the supporting surface between the two feet.
(5) Head shape. Lower your head and retract your chin, face your opponent with your forehead, look at your opponent's eyes with both eyes, close your upper and lower teeth, close your tongue on your palate, and have a natural facial expression. Generally, looking at the opponent's eyes can tell the opponent's offensive intention.
(6) The upper body naturally falls on the waist. Do not tilt your upper body to the left, right, front, or back. The upper body should be slanted toward each other, with the chest slightly in front, the left shoulder slightly forward, and the shoulders should be shrugged excessively and not drooping. When the body twists to the left or right, the waist and marrow joints are used as the axis of rotation.
(7) Arm shape. The left arm is in front and the right arm is behind. The left fist is slightly higher than the shoulder, flush with the opponent's chin, and protects the left cheek. The left elbow flexion is greater than 90 degrees, and the left rib is drooping to protect the left rib; the right fist is placed in front of the shoulder to protect the right cheek, and the right elbow flexion is less than 90 degrees, and the sagging protection Right rib, with a fist gently clenched and aimed at the opponent's chin. In order to protect your chin and left ear, lift your left shoulder slightly while extending forward. note. If the lift is too large, it will increase fatigue and affect the jab speed of the left hand.