Jab-Punch With Lots-A-Stuff!

This is a BoxAerobics pattern from www.turnstep.com. (pattern 15467)

This one just flows smoothly and can really be used with any kick:

The weight on a back elbow strike is on the foot of the arm you are striking with (right elbow strike-weight is on the right foot). That's why you go from the right crescent kick to the right back elbow strike--because you're just putting the right foot back down and going right into the elbow strike.

After repeating this 8-count combination for 12-16 reps, you can add a simple 8-count combination to make it a 16-count combo:

The reason why the second two kicks in this combination are listed as one count is because as you're bringing the kicking leg down, you start the jab with the same arm (left snap kick, left jab . . .).

Many of you call the punch a cross--same thing.

It's really quite easy and, as I said, pretty smooth, but I'd still have them do the first 8 counts for several reps and then add the second 8.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Added by Nancy Lamb at 10:52 PM on Tuesday, October 11, 2005 EDT. Add to favorites (view favorites)
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