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    Yeah think i got it. Your foot stays and your knee goes round the outer of his leg and your instep stays on his instep,locks him in and you got only his lead arm to deal with which you are then hooking under anyway.

    If thats it ,when you feel his weight come off it you can shorten your stance and drag his leg out towards you then he really has some balance problems to add to it.
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    that's about it. You hook his instep and pivot, then come back over the top with a right hand. He'll either pull back or duck under. That tells you where to throw the left hand. You can slide back to draw him in, then block his left foot with your own (from the outside) and it works the same way.

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    OK, I got one idea

    So when throwing the straight punches, especially the straight right hand, you MUST direct yourbody weight forward in the direction of the target. The right hand punch is thrown by quickly dropping weight from the rear to the front foot. This is why my rough model, where I monitor the line that passes from the rear foot to the front foot toe is a good estimate for the line of fire of straight punches!
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    Ok, ..itches!

    Line - of Fire preview!

    How d ya like it?

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    Default Re: Line of Fire

    Plane of power maybe a better term, instead of line of fire
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Plane of power maybe a better term, instead of line of fire
    I am working on that too
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    Quote Originally Posted by NVSemin View Post
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    Plane of power maybe a better term, instead of line of fire
    I am working on that too
    Good move, the actual line changes a bit depending on where you view it from as your pictures show.
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    @Andre
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    So I released my article on the topic
    the science of mike tyson and elements of peek-a-boo part VIII | www.SugarBoxing.com

    I want to give you credit there if you want, PM or write here your credentials, basically how you want to be mentioned
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