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HOW STRUCTURE AFFECTS MOVEMENT

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The 5 phases of movement
  1. Reach - The front leg reaches forward as far as his angulation permits
  2. Pull - The shoulder musculation pulls / transfers his weight forward
  3. Transition - The middle of the stride
  4. Push - The rear musculation takes over and pushes his weight forward
  5. Drive - The rear leg drives through as far as his angulation permits

The Correct Boxer


On the following pages I will attempt to show how just how much small differences in ...
  • Amount of, or lack of forechest
  • Balance of shoulder and rear angulation
  • Length or angle of upper arm
  • Length or angle of shoulderblade
  • Length of leg and pasterns
  • Length of second thigh
  • Incorrect pelvis angulation
.... Can make a difference to a Boxer’s style and movement, and how to recognise it at a glance.






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