Sunday, October 16, 2005

Why you lead with a jab, not a hook

This is a great illustration of why you want to lead with a straight technique, not a hooking, or curved one.
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A straight line is the shortest distance between two points, which is why this worked. Normally, the lead-off fighter has a big advantage, because it's quicker to act than to react. However, a straight technique can intercept a hooking, or curved one, and gives the counter-fighter the advantage.
Nice job, Mike.

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