How to Catch from the Head & Counter | Boxing Lessons

By Stevie Adams / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /

First, we caught to the body. Now we’re going
to catch from the head. This is how we do that. He’s going to catch this side, and this side.
You notice when he catches these shots, if it’s a real heavy shot, he may have to raise
his arm a little bit more, but that elbow never comes above your chin level. So, if
it’s a real heavy shot, he’ll bring that up just like so. If I go over hand right, he
just brings that a little higher, all right? So, he’s going to catch here, and then he’s
going to add a two on that. Again, catch, two. Work the other side. Catch;
beautiful. Again, catch, now the two. Catch, two. Now, he’s going to add a one two on that.
One, two; catch, two. You notice, I go to this side because when he extends that right
hand, I see that this side is vulnerable but not on Delen Parsley. One, two; catch, two. One, two; catch, two.
Let’s work the other side. We have to add one more punch. Three, two; three; that’s
it. Three; one more time, reach with that arm. Three; beautiful. Stay tuned, because now we’re going to put
those catches, body and head, together.

9 thoughts on “How to Catch from the Head & Counter | Boxing Lessons

  1. need private room in small flat(not too many people around me)…just like in leeds….I need my time to fit myself physically and emotionally….atleast one month…..

  2. I don't like how the boxer is giving that hook. When he hooks, his hands are pronated. I like hooks when the hands are in neutral, like you're giving a thumbs up.

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