Re: The overhand right...?
Originally Posted by Lord Harris
tHis punch is commonly used with an opponent witha high guard or as a counterpunch.
My understanding of the overhand is that where the straight right is thrown long an directly out, the overhand is a shorter punch, which may involve "loading up."
From my understanding the hand is drawn bac slightly, then released and the elbow is raised.
This means the arm will be thrown from a different loaction on the shoulder (higher,)
Does that help at all
I thought not...
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