The aim is to be able to whip your opponents head back whilst creating a wind up for your right power shot!
Another great little combination that is fantastic to use in sparring. It is easy to practise this on the bag and on the pads. As I always say, with the sneak punch (or screw shot), try not to use it too often in a fight. I call it the sneak punch as I like to ‘sneak’ it in occasionally and also because it is fired in at a different angle to the jab, so can sneak past your opponents guard.
As with all combos and training, mix up the power and the speed. Concentrate on your stance and body weight distribution and make techniques work for you. Everyone is different and you’ll will have to tweak combinations to get the best out of them.
It is not easy to generate knock out power with the sneak punch especially when you first start practising it. Focus on using it as a set up punch, the aim is to be able to whip your opponents head back whilst creating a wind up for your right power shot.
Have fun with it and remember ….. Watch out for the sneak punch!
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