comfortable with fighting. Many boxing trainers stress the importance of a straight right for beginners because it telegraphs less and doesnt leave the fighter as open. . Its a sweet science but at the same time also a raw and brutal sport. You need to tire out so you can attack him when his punches dont hurt as much. Youre definitely right, its very hard to counter-attack from that position. Not only that but there are also many snapshots from start to finish. Attack with jabs and left uppercuts to his head while throwing straight rights at his body or head. For serious boxing, just get a trainer and do everything he says. All body movements should use your upper and lower body! But this is what you must know to be comfortable!
How can a taller boxer fight a shorter boxer without getting tired? They feel their jab isnt fast enough, isnt strong enoughso instead, they rely on their right hand and left hook or other big punches.
Head behind your gloves, chin slightly down, eyes see over the gloves. And the best choice is what feels the easiest and most natural to you. Darn, Im going to have to ask around for more old school drills. If you aim it at the body, you can throw it like a left hook or left uppercut. The only style that has ever mattered is your natural style. Its amazing what youll learn when you get advice from many different angles there is more than one way to do things, you must learn them all (there is no best way). At the very least, you will have to improve your physical ability as well. Really work on all the little nuances and before you know ityoull be moving around like a pro in there.