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Boxing Techniques: How to use angles in your footwork while boxing.
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Now we will be acquaintance on angles and foot work and how to use the angles.
Well you know the first, in the first Q and A and video blog on the boxing tip, so we are going for angles. So, the first thing to know about angles—not only when boxing trainers, in boxing, we put angles—we are talking about a foot work. Now, the whole point of angle is that, you are going to set up, after (demo), you do with attack.
Your best stand is to step off, merely by 35 or 45-degree angle, alright. And what happens then, is you step on the curve, you set your self up for another combination on your opponent. But what happens then, if we are just discussing them, you are just still in a regular position. We are in a new position so we hit often with our combination but he is not in the angle where he can retaliate, alright.
So we will show a little better here. So, we start with a throw, a throw combination right and we step off here, now we are having a few angle. Now for him to retaliate, he will have a turn throwing. In that, time that he will do that, you break out a combination and then you step off again, alright.
So we will go over it one more time. Again, we are talking about angles alright, here you stand alright. Let us say when you get down off a combination. Now, you do not want to stand there because he is going to repel you. So what we do is, we step-off—we angle-off, alright. Then we throw another combination.
Now, he is trying to retaliate. Again, you got to turn and he will follow you fade-in and in that time that your turn, you got to beat him out and get out of there, alright.
Angling your footwork is nothing more than what we called “step it off.” We move around your foot like our 45 or 35-degree angle like that alright, so maybe we want an angle off this way or maybe we want to angle off that way, alright.
Now, the whole point of angling or ‘step it off’ is that they make it harder for your opponent to retaliate. You are at a new angle, he is still at the old angle alright and you are getting all the combination. Now for him to hit you, he would have to turn his body again. But now if you incorporate (demo) step it off. And then, you want to make another level, add this.