Solid hanging balls are mainly used to practice the sense of distance, accuracy, and speed of boxing. Hit a solid hanging ball and punch fast, and the faster the punch, the heavier the punch. Playing a solid hanging ball should pay special attention to maintaining the accurate posture of the strike, footwork with the boxing technique, to move and maintain the distance required by the boxing technique with the swing of the ball, and master the sense of distance of various boxing techniques.
The suspension height of the solid hanging ball is based on the height of the practitioner, and can be adjusted at any time according to the opponent’s situation.
(1) Forehand (left) straight punch (Fig. 116)
The forehand fist is aimed at the front and bottom 1/3 of the ball, when the ball swings into the fist. Punch the ball with a straight forehand punch or a top half.
(2) Backhand (right) straight punching (Fig. 117)
When the ball swings into the boxing range, hit the back hand straight punch.
The play of the left and right straight fist combo: first aim at 1/3 of the ball surface, hit the front hand straight fist at the same time in the first half of the step, when the ball just starts the front swing, follow the back hand straight fist, or when the ball swings back to the vertical line, then hit the back hand straight fist.
(3) Forehand (left) flat hook punch (Fig. 118)
When the ball swings into the boxing range, the forehand is aimed at the lower end of the ball side 1/3. Turn your body slightly to the left when you hit and press your shoulder force basin up to increase the striking power.
(4) Backhand (right) flat hook punch (Fig. 119)
When the ball swings into the fist, the back hand is aimed at the lower end of the ball side 1/3 of the way. When striking, do not raise your elbows first, but raise your fist to shoulder level, turn your body slightly to the right, and press the strength of your shoulders to increase the striking power.
Front and back hand flat hook punch combo: When striking, the body twists slightly sideways as the punch is made to increase the power of the strike.
(5) Forehand (left) hooked punch (Fig. 120)
The forehand is aimed at the bottom end of the ball, while the body is slightly turned to the right and the upper body is raised to increase the striking power.
(6) Back hand (right) hook punch (Fig. 121)
Same as the upper left hook fist, but in the opposite direction.
The combination punching method of the solid hanging ball can be flexibly combined according to your own intention, and the blow can be adapted to the swing of the solid hanging ball.