Learning to box requires the development of several skills on a variety of pieces of equipment. While the heavy bag and speed bag are often synonymous with boxing training, using a reflex bag allows you to practice the sweet science in the comfort of your home, as this bag isn't typically a fixture of boxing gyms. This free-standing training tool consists of a weighted base, a flexible support rod and a small bag
Cover your hands in hand wraps and bag gloves to minimize the impact of punches to your joints. Hand wraps are available in several styles, are typically made of cotton and wrap around your wrist, thumb and knuckles. Bag gloves are specifically designed for training drills and are lighter than competition gloves
Stand in front of the reflex bag and adopt your natural fighting stance. For right-handed boxers, your body should be turned slightly to the right and your left hand should be a few inches ahead of your right hand. Your front foot should point slightly to the right of the target, and your front toes should be in line with your right heel. Left-handed fighters, who are known as southpaws, should mirror this stance
Throw a left jab to the reflex bag by stepping forward with your left foot and extending your left arm and fist outward. Snap the fist back into your guard position and step forward with your right foot so your stance does not become too wide. Note how the reflex bag moves. If you hit the bag squarely, it will bend away from you and snap back straight. If you hit it to either side, it will move accordingly. The key to developing a rhythm with this workout is to hit the reflex bag with clean, accurate punches. As you become comfortable with throwing left jabs, incorporate combinations that include straight right hands and left hooks
Step 4Move around the bag continuously as you hit it. Keeping your feet planted while boxing is ineffective; approach the reflex bag as though it's your opponent. Move into an attacking position, hit the bag with crisp combinations and quickly step away from the bag
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