Basic boxing footwork to the left (Figure 17)
Role: This footwork is used when the two sides face off against each other to find gaps and opportunities to attack. In order to dodge the opponent from the blow, the opponent’s fast straight attack is ineffective, and the punch is thrown into the air.
Action: When sliding around the left, the right foot is on the ground, the left foot first slides to the left diagonally forward, after landing on the ground, the right foot quickly follows in the same direction, the center of gravity of the body moves obliquely forward from the original position with the movement of the two feet, and the basic posture should be maintained during the movement.
Note: Pay attention to the arc route when practicing, and do not go straight along the horizontal line.
Boxing Basic Footwork to the Right (Figure 18)
Function: Same as walking to the left. Direction opposite.
Basic Boxing Footwork Left Flash Step (Figure 19)
Role: It is a footwork that prepares to return fire after dodging to the left.
Movement: Start from the basic posture, take the sole of the right foot as the axis, move the right heel to the right 45 degrees, the body suddenly turns to the left, changes direction, and the left foot quickly moves to the right and back.
Essentials: When turning, you must use the power of your crotch.
Note: When the opponent hits my head with a right straight fist, you can use this flash, and while turning, use the left straight fist to meet the opponent’s head.
Boxing Basic Footwork Right Flashing Step (Figure 20)
Function: Same as left flash, opposite direction.
Movement: Start with the basic posture, take the left sole as the axis, shift the heel to the left by 45 degrees, and the body suddenly turns to the right to change direction. The right foot quickly follows to the left into a basic position.
Essentials: Same as left flash, opposite direction.