Once you get the technique and the form on
your jab on your right hand you can throw, you can put them together which is a combination.
It’s the one two or the jab cross. You can throw your combination and that is a really
effective combination because your jab blinds your opponent and your right is your knock
out punch. So I’m going to demonstrate how to throw your left right with the movement,
the footwork of moving forward and backward. So this is how you set it up: and if he steps
back you’re going to step forward and you’re going to release, one two – and if I step
back, he comes close and I’m right here, one two. And notice how I’m turning, I’m
bringing him back, I’m keeping my hands high and I’m keeping an angle. Let’s do
it with speed. He’s going to step back, step this way, step back, step this way, step
back, step this way.