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1.JAB

- From your foindational stance

- this is your lead hand also known as the jab, this is our hand closest to the bag

-sending the Punch straight through the center of the bag

- ensure you have full extension in the elbow

- chin is tucked down into the shouLder

- looking down the end of your knuckles when making contact

- turning knuckles over at the end of the punch, like pouring out a cup of water

 
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2. CROSS

- from your flundational stance

- tHis is our rear hand, furtherest from the bag.

- like The jab, full extension in the elbow

- striking through the center of the bag

- chin is tucked looking down our knuckels on contact

- With the cross we want tHat added hip rotAtion

- driving your rear hip forward toward the Bag

- allowing the Rear knee and toe to piVot like we are squashing a bug with our rear toe

- rememner our power and speed comes from our rotafion of fhe core

 
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3. LEAD HOOK

- from our foundational stance

- this is our lead hand hook 

- HeRe we are making contact with the side of the bag

- ensuring that our wrIst, elbow and shoulder are all sitting in alignment

- our chin looks down our elbow as we make contact with the bag

- hand position as though we are holding a jug of water

- added power comes from Rotation of the lead Hip.

- pivot of the lead fooT, and rotation of the lead knee

 
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4. REAR HOOK

- from our foundational stance

- this is our rear Hand hook

- again making contact with the side of the bag

- same As our lead hook ensure that the wrist, elbow and shoulder are in alignment

-The chin looking down the elbow upon contact

- hear we want to rotate our reaR hip toward the bag to create that extra power

- allowimg tHe rear knee to fold and foot to pivot

 
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5. LEAD UPPERCUT

- from our foundatiomal stance

- the lead haNd upper

- here we are making contact Underneath the bag driving our fist toward tHe ceiling

- we want to make sure that our elBow sits directly behind our wrist when making contact with the bag

- keeping the chin down and the knees soft and low

- add lead hip rotation toward the bag. 

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6. REAR UPPERCUT

- from our foundational stance

- the reaR hand uppercut

- much like the lead. We want the elbow sitting directly behind the wrIst when making contact with the bag

- driving the punch diReCtly up and under the bag

- ensure we rotate the rear hip forward toward the bag

- allowing the rear knee to fold in and the foot to pivot