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http://www.myboxingcoach.com - This is a video that is guaranteed to improve your jabbing capabilities. We all know that the jab is the most effective and useful punch in our locker. If you can tame an opponent with your jab, control them, pepper them at will, then taking them apart in a systematic way is a very simple next progression. There are 7 tactics that I have selected to get you started on the path to truly dynamic jabbing. You should not assume that this is a complete list and you should absolutely search out other tactics that you can adopt. Check out the video then review the notes below for some further links that will help. 1. Vary the Speed of the Jab Changing the speed of your jab is a fantastic way to confuse the defences of an opponent. Throwing the shot in the correct way but at a slower speed can trigger a reaction in your opponent – maybe an attempt to block, or a lay back. When you follow that 'slowed' jab immediately with a full speed jab, you can increase your chances of landing and of providing a great platform for a follow-up combination. 2. Vary the Angle of the Jab By changing the path and therefore the angle that your jab takes to the target is another great way of foiling the defences of your opponent. Very often when facing an opponent it is very common to become embroiled in a long range jabbing chess match. You and your opponent can be feinting, testing capabilities, looking for vulnerabilities. Varying the angle of the jab is a really effective tactic to use in this type of situation. 3. Widen Your Stance As you launch your jab, push off your back foot whilst keeping it in the same position and allow your front foot to glide forward. This very simply widens your stance and allows you to increase the range of your jab. This is a smart technique to use. Top performers, including the likes of Floyd Mayweather, use this tactic. There is a slight drawback in that because you widen the stance you are restricted to using a single jab. You could try to use your straight backhand (cross) but you would end up with a reduced range and reduced power. 4. The Hip Jab Leaving your lead hand dangling down by your hip teases the opponent into leading off with their punches. You can draw that lead and perform a lay back followed by a jab. The lay back will take you slightly out of range and you can fire back with your own jab in response. Be relaxed and be fast when your own shot is going out. After all, you are taking a risk with this tactic so you need to be getting your pay back. 5. The Jab Block Whereas the previous tactic is quite high risk, this tactic is a much safer technique to use - it's also incredibly effective. Combining a ramrod jab with a block will help in those situations where you and the opponent both throw jabs at the same time – a surprisingly common event. There are 3 things happening at exactly the same time: You throw your jab You use a back hand block You shift your head off the ‘centre line’ This is a nice safe use of the jab. In fact it’s ultra-safe for 2 reasons: The block defends you from a straight shot coming your way (a jab for example). The act of throwing your jab and shifting your head from the centre-line provides protection from right hands and left hooks. 6. The Tap It’s really simple this one. Your jab simply ‘taps’ away, multiple times and with caution, peppering the face of the opponent. This has the effect of both triggering the opponent into a response and giving you an excellent gauge of range (if your jab is landing then you know that you can unload your back hand). The key really is using speed and ferocity in your follow-up power shots, this switch from teasing-taps to crunching speed and power is a real fight winner. To see a fine exponent of this (and indeed a fine exponent of varying he speed of a jab) check out the Roberto Duran Boxing Style Analysis. 7. The Delayed Arrival The ‘Delayed Arrival’ is a type of feint that can be really effective. You feint your jab and then immediately throw the actual shot. This introduces a slight delay and takes advantage of your opponent’s block response to the initial feint. By the time your jab actually arrives (rather than when the feint ‘would’ have arrived) your opponent’s blocking hand has returned to the start position and bingo, your jab lands. Clean, simple and effective.
The Ultimate Boxing Experience: https://www.precisionstriking.com/ Boxing Training Apps: https://www.precisionstriking.com/boxingapps/ In this video I go over a couple tactics you can use to set-up shots particularly against the pressure fighter. 1. Do not always throw the jab to land, hit the gloves, aim for the eyes to blind, adjust the power and then go in to land your main punches 2. Throw while stepping to create an angle for your main punch 3. Step forward while diverting with the lead hook to land the right hand 4. Step back and to the right and throw the uppercut, the better you get with this the more you will be able to throw this simultaneously PLAYLISTS Boxing Tactics: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgLdxT2BRBOPmp8w_W4Zq3da Boxing Sparring: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgIvQ58PE7kKw-Cyvd9HHBya Punching Power: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgJdSFRJo5cVSHv5jaRokG58 Heavy Bag Workouts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgLp94fg9NJOIO2v_sTn8ELW Boxing Footwork: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgIX6zBaTioztsP0mTlZ-gxx Boxing Defense: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgLO7Wr9hahc3oWZmWblzjL1 Fight Preparation: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgKWyy6k4HL8o5zqpm3oGhNQ Strength and Conditioning: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgL20u8F-UxrKJc18GrAlKTq Shadow Boxing: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgK47AVCCkoJINqPYbsbvBsF Home Workouts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgLJFBdCeuKtv2pDGv-y1sAT Counter Punching: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgIITiSYhIEZl5OriKj4VfEx Southpaw Tactics: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgJ-eNh1YILyqqhyUzoXGzlC Boxing Training: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgKlBKAaYClkUCK3ckNaYDw0 Virtual Padwork: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgL896m_84tRwRkhuWuXKAos Slipping Punches: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4Mb5fp5ywgLLWtiBEeCvR_AiA6Farnyz
A brief overview of some of our jab counter ideas - please note this is not a tutorial, just a collaboration of ideas. Each movement has its own set of benefits and negatives so an experienced trainer should be able to advise you which to use and which not to so as best to use them productively.