Re: Improvement of the right hook
The right hook is a fairly recent term. Years ago it would've been referred to as a right cross, or as a right uppercut to the body. The mechanics of throwing a right hook isn't much different than throwing a straight right. The right hook to the body however is a little different, as it's actually in between a hook and an uppercut. You see, you don't want to throw it wide because you would leave your self open to a counter left-hook/uppercut.
It's a good punch on the inside as well as a good counter thrown off of a slip. Try slipping to the inside and planting a right hook to the solar-plexus. Work it in combinations too, especially to the body as it'll set your opponent up for an uppercut or hooks to the head.
Here's a couple of threads that go over the right hook:
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