100 thoughts on “How to Punch While Moving (Boxing Footwork)

  1. You guys teaching this don't know shit. Bruce Lee said it best that there is no way. There is no standard formula for all

  2. I got a question Shane about 1st drill…you went forward & to the side, but what about 45 degree angle where you split the angles? that foot work seems like it would be more complicated.

  3. If I ever find the will to live again. …I'm gonna try to find a good boxing gym and try to put in a shit load of effort into footwork and head movement and being elusive af…not like running away or anything, but like staying in the pocket and making ppl look ridiculous. …that would be so awesome.

  4. Can you guys give me tips. I don't understand i'm so good at evading and blocking punches but I can't knock them out. I think i need more punching power but how?

  5. I don't how much is enough to thank you Shane as I feel that u made this video specially for me. I'm a beginner, and I suffer the way how to move in sparring, shadow, or around the bag.

    Regards,
    Ahmad,

  6. I didnt know if I was going to learn anything new watching this but I'm glad I did because I didnt fully understand the diamond step as much but this video explained it much better to me in the end. Thanks again shane

  7. I'm no fighter but just watching this made me get up and do it. One thing; "puppet string" – elbow is slightly forward of knee and ankle alignment. Great lesson. Thank you. Hit through the target not on the target.

  8. I was asked if I was a boxer, and I said no. It's all because I've watched these videos and it has definitely helped my MMA training tremendously!

  9. When I was in college some guy tried to run me over outside a McDonalds by speeding up. Then when he went by he shouted for me to come see him, parked his car and got out.

    I was just thinking "wow you didn't just try to run me over and THEN get out of your car for me…"

    I set off towards him, without knowing what I was going to do really. There was a barrier, about a 4 foot fence between us at this point. I remember jumping the fence and before I really touched the ground realised he was in punching range and just threw my right hand. I remember him just saying "why did you do dat" while holding his two front teeth.

    I'd have felt bad for him but he tried to jump me a month later with two cars full of his friends. They were following the bus I was on, I rang my brother and when I got off the bus they started to stop. My brothers and their friends were hiding and just as they were getting out of the car they jumped out.

    (Their friends were mostly 10-13 year olds they found playing football on the park and these guys sped off like they'd just seen the UFC roster appear)

  10. Very good Shane
    Your teaching are really very simple and effective 100% for beginners
    We love you 👍💪

  11. I saw in a video they said when moving its the same hand jabbing at the same time when your leg moves to the direction you move. Let's se you jab with left hand and you want to step back with your right leg. So you step back with your right leg and at the same time you throw your left jab. So I practiced it and it feels good, but the way in this video feels good too, so I wonder wich one should I use?

  12. hey coach what do you think about a tutorial on sugar ray robinson's leaping right hand? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrWF-1QYkkU

  13. Thanks Shane, A man without good footwork is a horseman without a horse. Thank you. Love that you showed me the chamber kick after that is like a trick sneaky kick. It is how you use the tools as you have shown.. I wish I was your age again with the wisdom I have now. I have been in so many life or death street fight s that now I am 54 years old I get pain from kicking. Sometimes. I am in great shape. Six pack and st.ll able to run 2 miles a day with pull ups and 60 push ups straight up. That comes from working my core & every part of my body. I wish I had a friend like you that lived around me.. I am not a Grappler, however I do trap with arm locks and sweep to the ground. I just don't believe in a real life situation you should remain on the ground Grappling. If you take someone down and you have to fall back with them know your surrounding. Make it up fast to you feet. Take what works for the time and type of combat. Please keep it up and teach me some more Techniques?

  14. Man I've learned a lot about fighting from you and some other videos in the last few months. So thanks for that. I posted a video of me sparring with my neighbor and he literally couldn't hit me one time and I was just tagging him. I sparred this dude I work with a few days ago also but I'm not even gonna post that because I kinda whooped that fool and I'm not trying to be disrespectful and put that out there because we were just sparring. I'm really starting to box well though so thanks for real.

  15. Could you do a video or recommend one for strengthening wrist for punching? Sometimes I feel my wrist turn in as I punch, and I am working on fixing that.

  16. Awesome, I'm just not a big fan of spreading my stance out that much. I tend to keep my feet shoulder-width at all times, if possible.

  17. I spent years teaching myself, watching old professional boxing fights and training videos, everyones different forms and techniques, countless hours hitting bags n sparring getting them down pat, then theres this guy out here telling everyone in a 7 min video lol least he didn't give away 1 of roy jones secrets or joe fraziers, the ali jab is always good if u can do it left or right, good way to get some energy back if u losing thats for sure

  18. Hot tip don't fight like george foreman unless you are George foreman,
    Literally he was a tall lean mean fighting machine, ali only won coz it was in a foreign country and foreman got sick week n half before the fight.

  19. Bro your fight tips are phenomenal! Great job simplifying and not over Explaining! Love the vids keep them comin!

    A Fellow fighter

  20. Awesome! Thanks dude, I started with kickboxing a couple of years back and now doing just boxing. This is something that Ive always struggled with and was never able to adress it specifically. Hopefully I can improve with these drills. Thank you so much

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