Combinations on the focus pads

If you are starting out, spend a little time just practising a basic jab and cross combination to get the correct range, footwork and "feel" for the pads.

Progress to adding hooks and uppercuts, both of which need professional tuition to produce good, safe technique.

Here are some suggested combinations; apologies to left-handers, who will have to adapt all instructions to suit a right lead.

Where the terms "head" and "body" are used, this refers to height and position of pad with reference to these targets.

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4.5

Jab

Cross

Left hook

Right hook

4.6

Jab

Jab

Cross

Left hook

4.7

Left hookto body

Left hookto head

Right uppercut

4.8

Jab

Cross

Left hook

Right uppercut

4.9

Jab to body

Cross to head

Left hookto body

4.10

Jab

Cross

Left uppercut

Right uppercut

4.11

Jab to head

Cross to body

Left hookto head

Right cross to body

4.12

Left jab

Left hook

Right cross

4.13

Jab high and low, holder moving side to side, backward and forward

4.14

Left hook high

Right hook high

Left hook low

Right hook low

4.15

Holder keeps pads

moving; attemptto jab both pads

Jab Cross Hook Duck

4.16 Using bob and weave technique, duck incoming hooks and reply with hooks from both hands

Bob And Weave Boxing
4.17 Jabswith pads held "shortand long", followed by'longand short"
Jab Cross Hook Uppercut
4.18

Using "swayback/snapback" technique, avoid right cross, counterwith left hook, right uppercut, left jab

4.19 Block Incoming jab and counter with own jab; block Incoming right with shoulder roll and counterwlth own cross

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