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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

    Quote Originally Posted by jms View Post
    Scrap if my basic anatomy is right I believe the hip normally has 40 degrees of external rotation. I'm not sure what 6 degrees of lateral movement exactly means, can you please clarify? I assume we're talking about different measures of hip movement.
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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

    Quote Originally Posted by BCBUD View Post
    But if you look at the video clip of sugary Leonard he barely moves,his right heel is planted and he doesn't kick out the left heel much.
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    I'm not trying to be argumentative this is just a discussion
    Question what should be asked is what the backfoot is doing what moves the left side is the right side letting it move and assisting it.
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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

    Quote Originally Posted by jms View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BCBUD View Post
    But if you look at the video clip of sugary Leonard he barely moves,his right heel is planted and he doesn't kick out the left heel much.
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    I'm not trying to be argumentative this is just a discussion


    You can very clearly see the heel lift and turn a little, plus the knee moves in. It's subtle, but it's definitely there. Remember you're watching a pro, one of the greats in this case. His movements are gonna be smaller than the ones you learn, his body knows how to move and doesn't need bigger movements to be taught.
    Notice how he punches downward its looks more like a shoulder roll in comparison to our coach who turns the thumb in for a level punch.

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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

    Quote Originally Posted by jms View Post
    Scrap if my basic anatomy is right I believe the hip normally has 40 degrees of external rotation. I'm not sure what 6 degrees of lateral movement exactly means, can you please clarify? I assume we're talking about different measures of hip movement.
    That applys with foot of the floor, sorry its late for me here.
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    BCBUD, He didnt throw it like that when He was fighting lol
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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

    There are a lot of different hooks as well different ranges ,different footwork can lead up to some others like a shuffle to double up low high hooks. Following a target adjustments;flying and switching hooks something again completely rare but interesting for the right time.
    @Scrap the knee and then elbow would be the automatic adjusters for balance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    There are a lot of different hooks as well different ranges ,different footwork can lead up to some others like a shuffle to double up low high hooks. Following a target adjustments;flying and switching hooks something again completely rare but interesting for the right time.
    @Scrap the knee and then elbow would be the automatic adjusters for balance?
    More so knee and thumb.
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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

    Whats all this talk about the thumb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OMGWTF View Post
    Whats all this talk about the thumb?
    Kinetic link to the hips .
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    Scrap is Mike Tyson pushing off the jab or is he pivoting? We all trust you since this your style you're the expert.

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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

    Quote Originally Posted by BCBUD View Post
    Scrap is Mike Tyson pushing off the jab or is he pivoting? We all trust you since this your style you're the expert.
    Its not my style, though I appreciate it. But its a good technique for a short Heavy,who can punch. Not many other weights are successful with it.
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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCBUD View Post
    Scrap is Mike Tyson pushing off the jab or is he pivoting? We all trust you since this your style you're the expert.
    Its not my style, though I appreciate it. But its a good technique for a short Heavy,who can punch. Not many other weights are successful with it.
    Push or twist?

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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

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    Scrap is Mike Tyson pushing off the jab or is he pivoting? We all trust you since this your style you're the expert.
    Its not my style, though I appreciate it. But its a good technique for a short Heavy,who can punch. Not many other weights are successful with it.
    Push or twist?
    Push down and twist.
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    Default Re: True or false most pro boxers dont pivot the foot they push off it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BCBUD View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BCBUD View Post
    Scrap is Mike Tyson pushing off the jab or is he pivoting? We all trust you since this your style you're the expert.
    Its not my style, though I appreciate it. But its a good technique for a short Heavy,who can punch. Not many other weights are successful with it.
    Push or twist?
    Push down and twist.
    Here is a proof of that watch Tyson's feet both pointed towards 12 o'clock his pushes down than twists.
    Scrap why is it that most gym don't teach to point both feet at 12 o'clock?

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