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Here are two quick tips to make the left hook better during the fight. There is one tight, so his stance is not going to be hanging up with, so he wants to keep it with somewhat straight stance so he could come and if he wanted to shoot, he shoots me in the end. A lot of fighters nowadays they try to take punches, because the other players try to take that under. More power -- there is more power -- or let me personally show you what they do with this arm, you will see a lot of arm function.
You see him do that, they are not really commitment to the punch, even though he is striking with the smaller gloves, he knocked striking ahead right off, hitting with that hood. You see that, see the difference of power. Following through with foot, that's going to be more -- keeping it up here in this. That’s how you can teach to put a lot more power.
Here our old school trainers know how to teach a fighter how to strike, by opening up the hook. Opening up the hook -- too close, closer. Open it up, watch the difference of power, open it up a little. Another thing you can do is not leaning so much like this, so I won’t get caught with the knee or an upper foot, but when you shoot that hook, you kind of get little more leverage in. Open up the punch, yeah turn it in there.
Good, you see that. He is doing the work. These little things make a big difference all the way through, but you don't want them to overcommit, because if you shoot a whole turn and you shoot a hook, I can sat back, you see, and hit right there. You want to stop pulling right here in a box, and you stop right here. This is the trick. So, come in half way and shoot that hook, stop just half way. Things right there to make your hook a lot better.