Día de Boxeo: P2 - Nuestra primera combinación (Esp/Eng)

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    Hola y buen día a todas las personas que hacen vida en @hive, hoy quiero hacer la muestra con los Ángulos mejor tomados del primer vídeo de la serie de boxeo, es decir aquí quise mostrarlo un poco más, de ante mano, quisiera que si vieron la parte 1 de este vídeo, identifiquen los golpes porque son los mismos solos que ahora ya están en combo y lanzados un poco más rápido hay un dicho entre los peleadores de M.M.A. y más específicamente Ilia Topuria y dice:" La manera más rápida de aprender es despacio" por eso en el vídeo anterior quise mostrar más que toda la forma del golpe, porque como repito, vengo de practicar karate desde niño y la posición de los pies se me dificulta a un punto que ya es una mala costumbre, y no es porque colocar los pies como si fuera karate sea mala, non al contrario, es buena para esa disciplina, pero en el boxeo, puede llegar a ser un talón de Aquiles monumental

    de hecho ayer tuve mi primer guanteo y en el ámbito de golpes puedo decir por el video
    que domine un poquito más que el rival, pero llego un momento en que estábamos cerrados
    y su movilidad me causo problemas a un punto que por lanzar los golpes que lo mantenían a raya
    Perdí el equilibrio y si fuera ha sido un combate real, ese momento me fueran arrasados
    bueno si el rival lo aprovecha en el momento

    yo en lo particular no quiero iniciar desarrollando tanta velocidad en el golpe, yo lo que busco es
    que mis golpes el rival lo sienta en el espíritu, para que al conectarle
    algunos buenos golpes que le dejen la zona con sensación de hormigueo o una pequeña electricidad
    eso le enviará un mensaje al cerebro y se lo piense todo bien, y si no es precavido es la ruta más
    Rápida al knockout, básicamente quiero seguir esa línea porque según mis investigaciones los mejores boxeadores de la historia
    todos tienen algo en común y es que sus golpes pegan durísimo al rival, pero claro, después de dominar la técnica de los golpes
    iniciaré a practicar junto a la fuerza del golpe la velocidad, ya que de nada serviría practicar dos mil golpes al día con una técnica incorrecta
    y para finalizar también me gusta pensar bajo la siguen idea "entrenar mucho con la técnica incorrecta es perfeccionar un mal golpe"

    Golpes de primer combo (existen miles de combinaciones):

    • Jad (brazo izquierdo)

    • Recto (brazo derecho)

    • Cruzado (brazo izquierdo)

    • Recto (brazo derecho)

    /// Defensa (esto se entrena, pero lo hago más lento porque no es la lección que toca
    más adelante hablaré de esos temas)

    • Elevado (brazo izquierdo)

    • Cruzado (brazo izquierdo)

    • Recto (brazo derecho)

    ¡Ese es el orden en que lanzo los golpes en la demostración y en el vídeo anterior sobre boxeo,!
    sin más nada que agregar en este momento, me despido de usted y espero que tengan éxito y avances
    en cada una de sus misiones de vida :) buena suerte!!!

    Hello and good day to all the people who make life in @hive, today I want to make the sample with the best angles taken from the first video of the boxing series, that is to say here
    Angles better taken from the first video of the boxing series, that is to say here I
    I wanted to show it a little more, beforehand, I would like that if you saw part 1 of this video, identify the hits
    because they are the same solos that are now in combo and thrown a little faster.
    there is a saying among MMA fighters and more specifically Ilia Topuria
    and it says: "The fastest way to learn is slowly" that's why in the video above
    I wanted to show more than all the form of the punch, because as I repeat, I come from practicing karate since I was a child
    since I was a child and the position of the feet is difficult for me to a point that is already a bad habit, and it's not because
    bad habit, and it is not because placing the feet as if it were karate is bad, on the contrary, it is good for this discipline.
    on the contrary, it is good for that discipline, but in boxing, it can become a monumental Achilles' heel.

    in fact yesterday I had my first glove fight and in the field of punches I can say from the video
    that I dominated a little more than the opponent, but there came a time when we were closed and his mobility caused me
    and his mobility caused me problems to a point that by throwing the blows that kept him at bay, I lost my balance and if I had to go out of the ring, I would have lost my balance.
    I lost my balance and if it was a real fight, that moment I would have been swept away.
    well if the rival takes advantage of it in the moment

    I in particular do not want to start developing so much speed in the blow, I what I look for is
    that my punches the opponent feels it in the spirit, so that when I connect some good punches
    some good blows that leave the area with a tingling sensation or a small electricity that will send a message to the brain.
    that will send a message to his brain and he will think about everything well, and if he is not cautious it is the fastest route to the knockout, basically I want to follow him.
    I basically want to follow that line because according to my research the best boxers in history all have one thing in common and that is that they all have one thing in common.
    all have something in common and that is that their punches hit the opponent very hard, but of course, after mastering the technique of punches
    I will start practicing the speed along with the strength of the blow, since it would be useless to practice two thousand blows a day with an incorrect technique.
    and finally I also like to think under the following idea "to train a lot with the wrong technique is to perfect a bad stroke".

    First combo shots (there are thousands of combinations):

    • Jad (left arm)
    • Straight (right arm)
    • Cross (left arm)
    • Straight (right arm)

    /// Defense (this is trained, but I do it more slowly because it is not the lesson that touches
    I will talk about these topics later)

    • Elevated (left arm)
    • Crossed (left arm)
    • Straight (right arm)

    That's the order in which I throw the punches in the demonstration and in the previous video on boxing!
    With nothing more to add at this time, I bid you farewell and hope you have success and progress in each of your life's missions.
    in each of your life's missions :) good luck!!!!!



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