What we did before is one-two-three with contalateral steps. We did it with feints, with lateral displacements. One-two-three. It was a combination work. Tuck in your T-shirt. We did throw combos, did some other things. Now I suggest to work on the specific situation. You will try this. Come here, Alim. Ok. One of the options… What do we have? A lighter opponent. Start pendulum, Alim. He is bouncing. Only I have a priviledge do spread fingers. (Laughs). Look he is lighter, faster. I am slower and of course I am three years older, yes. Move. I am trying.. Look, how fast he is. Even faster. I cannot follow him. Right? And a moment comes when I get crazy. I am getting berserk. I need to punch him somehow, right? What is a correct way of getting berserk? Here is one variant, one-two-three with contralateral steps. What is important… If you start to hesitate at the beginning – should I punch, or should not I punch – you will get slow. How it should be done? Here is my opponent bouncing, he is jabbing. I am trying to get here or there with this side movements I a m preparing my combination. Look what comes next. Keep the palm at you chin. One more time. I will pounce on you, try to escape. Getting late, eh? Correct? You were late, right? In spite of the fact that you knew about my one-two-three. And I did not use the full speed. What is improtant here, guys? The third punch. The third punch is the key. The first movement, the first punch is thrown at the long distance, he has time to go back. With the second punch I almost get him, but can punch his hands only. And my third punch is twice longer than the distance that he can move back. Why? Look. Hold your palm again, do not run away now. We will just show it, ok? What am I doing? I swing to the right, to the left, I count one-two-three, one-two-three. I am looking for the moment. I put my weight on the right foot, my left foot is free. I push myself forward, I throw 2 light punches. And here is the moment of truth, I keep my hand stretched. When my fist is there he cannot punch me. And here is my third punch. I push forward. This hand exchange is very important. Here you add the heel-and-hip movement. Try to go back. Look how long my movement is. I can punch him in the head, in the chest, does not matter. It is OK if I won’t hit his head. Drop your hands. I can make even a longer movement because I did not cross the line of my foot. The rotation allows me to do this. Even if I punched his chest only I can jump from here. Shoulders are very improtant. Guys, I repeat, the heel-and-hip rotation does not give you the support but it transfers your weight on your support. And your support is your left foot. It will become a support only after your shoulder rotation. The shoulder makes your foot to become a support. Same with the left punch. Same with the left punch. Ok. I am looking, I am waiting. I am waiting, boom-boom! I really threw myself at him. I really run, throwing my fists in front of me. My fist cover me. We trained to run in one place with punches, right? Boom! Same movement. You are not in the frontal stance, you are in the fighting stance. Waiting, searching… Ok? Of course you charge with your hands and feet. What comes first, the foot or the hand? – The foot. Yes, the foot comes first in a split of a second. There should be no pause. If the pause is present before the first punch… If there is a pause you can be met by a counter-punch. Like this… Use the inertia of your body. Boom-boom. Now you will go around. You will do it in pairs. Find yourself a partner of the same height. Boxer number one will throw punches in a half-frontal space. One, one-two-three. Look what you gonna do. One-two-one, one-two-three. And return to the fighting stance. The boxer number two is just a target. He goes back holding the palm in front of his chin. If you punch hard you will break your comrade’s wrist. Find your partner, real quick. Quick. Ok, finish it.