Sprint steps of basic boxing footwork (Figure 13)
Function: Footwork for long-distance strikes with a left straight fist.
Movement: Start with the basic posture, the left heel is slightly raised, the right foot is pushed back with a short and fast spring, then the left foot sprints forward and takes a sharp step, and the right foot follows to maintain the original distance.
Essentials: This footwork is more powerful than the front sliding step when pedaling, and the sliding distance is relatively long, generally 50-70 cm.
When sliding in, the center of gravity of the body is slightly shifted forward to increase the speed of the impact rush.
The rapid regression of basic boxing footwork (Figure 14)
Function: It is a footwork that slides backwards away from the opponent quickly.
Movement: Starting from the basic posture, the front foot is thrown the ground, the back foot first slides back quickly, the front foot quickly looks up at the same time as the back foot lands on the ground, and the center of gravity of the body moves to the left foot with the backward slide.
Slide and step before boxing basic footwork (Figure 15)
Role: It is a footwork that attacks the opponent with a straight fist from a long distance.
Movement: Start with the basic posture, slide the left foot into half a step, follow the right foot, and land near the inside of the right foot. When the right foot hits the ground, it is quickly thrown to the ground, and the left foot sprints forward at the same time to take a large step.
Essentials: When the left foot slides in for the first time. The stride length should not be large, and the first time the right foot touches and pedals the ground quickly, there should be no pause in between.
Note: The body should not have obvious ups and downs during the movement.
Basic boxing footwork followed by sliding and walking (Figure 16)
Function: It is a footwork that quickly retreats and steps together and can be combined with the left straight fist in the case of the opponent’s swoop in actual combat or competition.
Movement: Starting from the basic position, the right foot slides back a step back, and the left foot then retreats to land on the inside of the right foot. When the left foot hits the ground, the right foot quickly slides back a large step, while the left foot heels, still maintaining the original position.
Essentials, when the right foot slides back the first step, the step cap should not be too large, the landing action of the first step of the left slide back is the ground pedaling action of the second step of sliding back, and the action should be coherent.
Note: When sliding back, the upper body should not be tilted back.