The fourth step in this progression adds a reverse punch follow up. The hook-round is used to approach the opponent, with the reverse punch aiming to score.
Sparring | Point Sparring | Point Fighting | Kicking | Punching
The fifth step of this progression incorporates an element of spacing. If the opponent retreats during the hook-round, you must add a lunging back fist to cover the distance.
Sparring | Point Sparring | Point Fighting | Kicking | Punching | Spacing
The second step of this progression is to add the limb speed and a faster chamber to the basic hook-round technique. This upgrade makes the technique even more viable for sparring competition.
Sparring | Point Sparring | Point Fighting | Kicking | Speed
This backfist drill will help your students build speed by trying to touch their partner's shoulder as quickly as possible. The partner can try to dodge as well.
Speed | Sparring | Point Sparring | Point Fighting