kung fu moves · 06/05/2023

Teaching of combo moves with more than three punches

In combo boxing, a combination of more than three different punches is called a combination punch. Combo punches are the basis for mid-range and close-range combat. Because two punches in quick succession can disrupt the opponent’s defense and balance. Attacks should be hit with straight and swing punches at medium distance, and flat hooks, upper hooks and short straight punches if they turn to close range.

Use combo punches to master the timing. A combination punch is effective when a punch hits an opponent, or when an opponent is forced to a rope angle, or when the opponent loses his balance.

When preparing to use a combination punch, the first thing is to draw the opponent’s attention away, so the athlete should make a variety of movements that constantly change distances in different directions in order to choose a favorable moment to attack the opponent with a fast combination punch.

(1) The right upper hook hits the abdomen, the right flat hook hits the head, and then the left straight boxing hits the abdomen (Fig. 94)

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(2) Left straight boxing abdomen, left swinging boxing head, followed by left upper hook boxing abdomen (Fig. 95)

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(3) Right swing boxing head, left upper hook boxing belly, right flat hook boxing head (Figure 96)

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(4) Upper left hook boxing abdomen. Swing the boxing head on the left. Left straight boxing belly(97)

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(5) Left straight boxing abdomen, right flat hook boxing head, left swing boxing belly (Fig. 98)

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(6) Right swing boxing head, right swing boxing belly, left straight boxing head (Fig. 99)

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(7) Right upper hook boxing abdomen. Right flat hook boxing head, left upper hook boxing belly (Fig. 100)

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(8) Left straight boxing head, right flat hook boxing head, left upper hook boxing belly (Fig. 101)

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(9) Right swing boxing head, left upper hook boxing head, right upper hook boxing head (Fig. 102)

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(10) Left straight boxing head, left straight boxing belly, right straight boxing head (Fig. 103)

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(11) Left straight boxing head, right straight boxing head, left swinging boxing head (Figure 104)

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(12) Left swing boxing head, right straight boxing head, left upper hook boxing belly (Fig. 105)

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(13) Right straight boxing belly, left straight boxing head, right swing boxing head, left upper hook boxing belly (Fig. 106)

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(14) Left straight boxing head, right swing boxing head, left upper hook boxing abdomen, right upper hook boxing chin (Fig. 107)

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