Boxing Southpaw

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When boxing southpaw, a boxer is leading with their right hand and their right foot forward. Find out why a southpaw should move to their right when jabbing with help from a former heavyweight boxer in this free video on boxing and boxing training.

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Okay, in this segment, I'm going to show you how to box southpaw. Alright, in boxing there's two stances. Orthodox stance, if you're right handed, you're fighting orthodox stance. So you lead with your left. Okay. If you're southpaw, you're fighting with a lead right hand, and your right foot is forward. So your right hand is now your lead shot. So you jab, one, two, one, two. Thing about southpaw is, when you're jabbing, you move to your right, because you're staying away from your oppositions right hand. Which is the danger punch. So when you're a southpaw, jab, one, two, move to your right. The whole idea of southpaw, is to stay away from your oppositions kill punch, which is a right hand, or right hook.

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