Today was my second day boxing. My routine was, jump rope, hit the focus mitts, hit the heavy bag, and attempt to hit the speed bag, -_-' (still trying to get that 1,2,3, rhythm down..) and running.
Well i dont want to come off as if im rushing into anything, Cus i know you gotta take it slow, and go with the flow. But i was just wondering if the trainer should be nitpicking on my technique. I have got some critique for my jab and cross, such as keeping my hands in the correct position, twist of the hips with the punch, rhythm etc. But i have not gotten any textbook instruction if you know what i mean. Like step by step instruction. For example today i was throwing combinations at the focus mitt, and i ended with a left hook (ima lefty). but i noticed i didnt get any feedback on my hook. Such as, correct foot pivoting, correct elbow angle, the hip twists, stuff like that. Im pretty sure im not using 100% correct technique. Now my question is, Do i have to ask for my trainer to critique my technique? And should i ask him to teach me how to throw jabs, crosses and hooks properly? Im only asking because i dont want to develop bad habits early on.
well if you guys have experiences/logs about your first couple days learning it'd be cool too. So i'd have something to compare and contrast my own training to. Such as what drills you did, exercises, techniques learned..etc.
btw, Is my daily routine sufficient at this point? thanks alot dudes. And i really apologize for coming off as a apprehensive noob. For im sure all the things i mentioned should come in time.