Karate is for Everyone
i agree with everything and live the presentation but….drop your hands?…NEVER drop your hands
"calmly , calmly"
dude ur crazy quick
This guy fights like Muhammad Ali
i m really confuse in boxing foot work cuz i m dng jkd in and out lot of different foot wrk in jkd this will surely help me out
I'd beat your ass. Lmao jk thanks for the tips
What about the wide stance for mma boxing? To not get taken down?
Anyone know the name of the boots he's wearing?
I seriously do like your movement wow! please do tell me what footwork exercises can I do? when should I do them and how many hours should I do them for?
this was really helpful thanks i learned heaps!
This is not very good. U should not be teaching style in a foot work video
what boxing shoes do you use
thanks for your tips, they are really helpful….my son will love them..
great tips man.
As a newbie to MMA (At 32!!) I am trying to learn as much as I can and the footwork and striking seems to be alien to me so this really helps! Thanks a lot!
love it!Awesome tips too
Thanks a lot! I do Muay Thai, but this will really help my footwork.
how do i know if your advice is theory or actual technique
yo john..this is my weakness..so far..I just started conditioning boxing for working out. 1 of the things that my trainer started me out with walking around the room in front of me and throwing shots that I have to duck. I almost lost my balance because I'm ducking moving backwards using my back foot. so my agility and balance is not good..yet.
Buuzzzzy, I respect Thia and I use alot of it in the system I teach my fighters. With stance, i find its a compromise. Yes a squared stance makes it easier to check a kick and defend a takedown but with that advantage you lose the mobility of boxers stance. MMA has seen many champions with a Thia stance, traditional kickboxer stance, boxing, hell even some traditional karate stances. One thing i learned early in my career as a coach is that not one stance is right for everyone, same for the type of striker they are and as a coach I have to allow that, as long as they are following the basic rules of striking, they are going to put their own personal style to the system. Thats what makes MMA exciting
what about with muay thai? No shoes at all.
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Being slick will get you hit
u r great man. thanks. keep going on.
This guy could knock mayweather
Expert boxing, looks like someone is pointing the finger at you:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qosM2ZsCIvYThe bloke teaches classic boxing and shits on anyone who doesnt do it the textbook way, Im all for classic boxing but even bruce lee said, ''destoyed by classic mess'' rings a bell.
Oh yeah? And who do you think you are, some kind of expert?!
im 33 and i just started boxing and i love it. im a bit bummed out i started so late though. Could have been fun to see how far i could have made it ( not talking world champion , just on a national level etc )
1:52 thats a no no move, you never pull straight back with your chin up.
Great video, my coach has been telling me I'm too flat footed whilst sparring. These tips will help a lot, especially in regard to energy expenditure.
Dude moves a bit like El Cucuy !!
do people just rope for 15mins straight no rest how haha
How did you become an expert?
This man is really reading from his hands lol
"Lower your hands??" smh hands down, man down is what I say . Not tryna diss you either..
Dude your videos are the best and I have been watching them for a few years… I recommend them to all my beginners and show them your stuff including your web page! THANK you for your knowledge
Will Nike air Max work
Is it mandatory to have skinny feet in boxing because I can't find 4E width anywhere
This is really interesting.
This video is so gold
What shoes are those? link?
I love the videos from this guy. I want him as my personal trainer.
2:27 I see might Tyson doing something like that but moves side to side when going in,I think they called peak-a- boo
expertboxing I am overweight and im 12 years old can yoy make a video to turn your fat into muscles while losing weight and working out videos
oh and also do you mind shipping me some boxing equipment for free it would really help me out just 4 things punching bag,Boxing gloves but the ones you have to wrap around your wrists and hands,And 2 weights
This video rules the world. Thanks
I disagree with the last 2 tips, depends on the type of fighter you are, you can fight with your hands down, some peoples reflex are not as good as others, fuck round and get knocked out
When u walled you kinda crossed your legs if i saw that id rush in and jab u hard in the chest and your done
5:35 what if your cornered or in small area then you can't walk back or move around them in small space,for street fighting
This is the video Fran Sands was talking about in his video "10 boxing tips to avoid"After watching this I know understand why he said to avoid the bogus tips made by this guy…
Hi thanks for the video I am now 2 time wbo lightweight champion
I'm 12 and just started thanks you helped me alot
Great tips man. Helped a lot. Subscribed
Thank you so much for your amazing tips. It helped me improve significantly overall as a fighter. Using your tips every day, I trained hard and was able to defeat tough, powerful fighters in Balrog, Vega, Sagat, and Bison. I did have a lot of trouble fighting Bison because he used moves I've never seen before. The jump rope training helped my footwork greatly so I was able to dance around Bison and landed some crucial uppercuts that proved too much for Bison to handle. Now I am searching to find the Dark Hado
Thank you expert
Why don't he be Pro. He know so much.
Wait does he have the points written on a piece of paper he’s holding or is it written on his hand 😂
Nvm it’s a paper
Thanks this is really helpful!!
my 5 cents
shoulder roll is good when turning. no excessive moves is good to save energy. timing right steps/slides = good. not only it makes you faster saving time for unnecessary steps, it helps to save energy. moving and not being stuck is good, but landing hard shots requires to have those shots fired when you stand properly and move sharply, otherwise you "scratch the opponent". Being evasive is good. Moving too much is not, as it eats your energy, experienced opponent reads most of it and by timing in unnecessary moves you have less time for the ones that would have mattered.
i wear socks.. is that okay
That guy has great legs!
Keep your spine straight…? Meh…
6:21 – Nigga was doing the James Brown at that point
Wide vs shorter stance is interesting. Simple geometry tells us that circumference of a circle increases massively with small increases in radius. what that means is the distance your back foot must travel increases by a lot with only a small increase in stance width. that costs you time and energy. shorter stance allows for fast pivots, like Loma. However you can really move your upper body, lean and crouch when your stance is wider. Watch mayweather or rigondeaux; wide stance allows them to weave around all shots. If your opponent doesn't pivot that much, widen your stance and you'll dodge all his punches. if your opponent has a wide stance then you really gotta get around him using a shorter stance with angles.
This is such a great video thank you I have subscribed. I'm a beginner and you've told me everything I needed to know. Much respect.
Cool video but don t ever lower your hands unless your name is Muhammad Ali
Your remark about heels and how it not have a muscles. I'd say its more about using extra joint. Like if you going on your knees and remove one more joint you'd be even less mobile. Then you can sit on your arse and your mobility would come close to zero level.
Thanks for the video
Awesome. Thanks 🙏
Sadly I suck at skipping
Love your stuff Johnny. Your way of explaining things is so clear and down to earth. I appreciate the tips. I particularly like tip 4 about letting your body flow together or moving together. Great stuff as always
I'm totally lowering my hands and walking around in my next bout! Thank you so much for the tips!
Putting your feet close together like that is just asking to get timed and knocked down, your feet should always be in stance. Never lower your hands
Why can lomachenko move so fast with his skinny calves? Dont you need big calves to do that?
I really liked the advice of taking 'smaller steps' to get in and out of range. I just jump in and out, but I find that my legs tire really quickly. I can't wait to try this during sparing. Thanks a lot – those are awesome tips!
Needs more subs
Brilliant!appreciating all your videos coach!
Nice tips bro👍🏼
10 to 15 minutes of jumping rope? In one REP?! 😨
6:24 Very handy!
Quick question, does the footwork for boxing work the same or just a little like basketball defense footwork?
Great thanks buddy
great…until 9 + 10 😉
kool I'm a beginner boxer and i find ur videos very helpful and informative thanks buddy and keep it up😊👍
what shoes are those please?
Handball shoes are a good a replacement in training.
I like everything and it seems Im far from the first to point this out, but in Muay thai never ever drop your hands..same in boxing in fact..in muay thai I only drop my hands when Im well out of striking range, if Im getting an ache in my arms for example, to reset. but normally I ALWAYS keep my hands at eye level, just under eye level, so basically my entire head is protected from the front, requiring only minor adjustments to block hook punches or head kicks or body kicks. Standing tall and narrow I agree completely thats best for both footwork and for throwing kicks with real power and speed…also agreed the quick small steps are better than a wide stance hopping everywhere getting tired.
ANyway, dont drop your hands, but do everything else!
Love the video brother keep it up!
Not too subtle with that card in your right hand read it openly man no one’s judging
Thanks man very informative
What if I don't have a jump rope.
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