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    Fighters codex - punching

    So my next day is 1000 punches. Do they have to be jabs or can I make up combos?


    #2
    Hi Who knows? who knows? i guess it can be also free style shadow boxing

    ...but Ok....I would suggest jab/cross it optimal .

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      #3
      Miss_Dada hey, thanks. I was debating things like jab jab backfist or jab jab hook. Love me a back fist and a hook!

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        #4
        Who knows? I think you can do various combos, but don't want to be wrong !

        Because it's not written exactly ( I mean ; ,, do 1000 punches free style,, ) , I think I'd do jab/cross , that's what I did when I was doing the program To be precise, we can ask Damer he will know the answer for 100%.

        I'd say it's ment to be something like Pack a punch workout

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          #5
          I did 100 L/R jabs, 100 L/R crosses, 100 L/R backfists, 100 L/R uppercuts, and 100 L/R hooks = 1000 punches

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            #6
            Thanks both


            Miss_Dada -that makes sense. I thought it might be fun to mix it up but wasn’t sure of the intention.

            Damer Do let us know please

            and Toka your suggestion is along the lines I was thinking although as I said I was debating jab jab (insert other punching style here)




            ps - love the smileys on this forum - they’re immense!

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              #7
              Who knows? in the program we limited the punches to a jab/cross combination. They provide the best guide towards foot rotation and hip displacement that helps develop real power in punching and the numbers are designed so that progressively they create the neuronal connections which then become second nature and help develop real punching power. Also, as you will encounter this again, with even higher numbers, it becomes a handy way to gauge progress by comparing like-for-like. Having said that it depends on your own level and expertise. If you are confident of the quality of your technique so that you can throw your bodyweight behind each punch then sure, feel free to experiment with a combo you can pull off that will help challenge you. I hope this helps.

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                #8
                Thanks Damer that makes a lot of sense. I’m not that confident to be fair so I’ll keep it simple

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