Keep your hands up and your chances of not getting hit improve significantly.
As I mention in this video, this is the single most frequent correction I make in self-defense, KM Bag, and fight classes. In a fighting stance your hands should be in front of your face, between the threat and your face. Not below your face. Not framing your face.
When throwing punches and combinations that involve different angles you should focus on all of your punches coming out from your face and recoiling right back.
There’s a tendency to throw hooks and uppercuts from waaaay outside the shoulders and low from the hip respectively and although a punch like this can cause a lot of damage if it lands, doing this can leave your face dangerously wide open and it’s fundamentally bad.
Check out today’s tips and apply them to your training.
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