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Advanced Kickboxing Moves : Jab Cross Combination Followed by Back Fist in Advanced Kickboxing

Advanced Kickboxing Moves : Jab Cross Combination Followed by Back Fist in Advanced Kickboxing


Hi, I’m Danny Hawk from the Normandy Gym
in Miami Beach, Florida. Also President and owner of Hawk’s Fight Wear. Visit us at
HawksFightWear.com for all your MMA needs. I’m going to demonstrate a back fist now
following a jab, a cross combination back fist. Let’s speed it up a little bit. Left
foot forward, right foot back. Back fist comes around, jab, cross, turn, bam – straight
out. Left foot forward, right foot back. Jab, cross, turn, attack and out. Here we go now.
Left foot forward, right foot back. And that is a winning combination, turning your opponent
around and catches him by surprise to the neck. So, we would use that on a defensive
or an offensive move on your opponent, another advanced move.

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9 thoughts on “Advanced Kickboxing Moves : Jab Cross Combination Followed by Back Fist in Advanced Kickboxing

  1. a few things – the jab is open, meaning that your guard is opened as the first strike is with the leading hand.
    Second, it's called a cross because it CROSSES the body… The cross looks more like a jab than the jab…
    I really don't have anything to say about the back fist. But a 180 degree turn an having your opponent out of your eye line isn't something that I would be comfortable with doing.

  2. NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!!

    His jab isn't bad and his right cross isn't bad (when he does it slow as he pivots his right foot properly!) BUT the back fist is ALL messed up!!

    He needs help!

  3. Did he just drop his hands on the turn around when he did the backfist, that's good way to get dropped , and trained boxer or kick boxer even semi trained boxer or kick boxer would run him over,

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