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This video covers how to slip against punches by moving your upper body side to side.
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There are three ways you can respond to someone trying to punch at you. You can walk with your hands. You can seize up so you can move your feet and move your whole body that way or you can move your head. The system that uses the best movement is boxing. And there are two basic movements in boxing for avoiding punches. So, basically if I've got my stunts right here, if I'm slipping conscious, all I'm going to do, I'm not doing a big motion. I don’t want to bring my head down real far where I can be kicked or out of a good posture. All I'm going to do is I'm going to bring my head like less than 12 inches away. Okay, slipping my head away keeping my hands. So, I'm either here or here. Just bring them like tat out of the way of the target. I'm still looking at my partner. I still got my shoulders up and my chin is down. So I'm slipping to one side, slipping to one side. So, if Erick throw a jab at me, I'm going to slip—I ant to go towards his outside ideally. I could slip to the inside, but I've got to watch out of the punch here. So it's better taking—towards his back so if he throws a left, I'm going to slip towards the back. Okay, when I slip towards the back, I've got the opportunity and throw uppercuts. I can throw hooks. I can throw a crosswise slip which is very effective. So, I can go up here and then I can add my counters. If he throws across, I'm going to slip towards his back. Same thing, I've got uppercuts, I've got hooks. I can come with a hook over the top.