Remain calm and gently tap the bag so you can last more rounds, holds its shape, and give direct hits. This will help you get more from your training in the bag of scrimmage. Do not spend your energy boasting in the bag, no one cares.
Tips for beating
Use your whole body in the shot. If your feet are slow most people have slow feet to start you will realize that actually hits slowly hitting with more power than doing it fast. In other words, hit as fast as your body can not turn to sacrifice power. Again, use your whole body to hit not only the arms.
Not always have to launch a knockout blow after another. Lance soft combos and hard hits and use head movement to fool your opponent. Remember that the harder you try to hit, they will strike back with more force and will cause further damage. Calm down and haul the heavy blows when you know you are going to connect.
Never forget to go after the body. Try a jab to the head and a right to the body. When close, bend your head inside to suffocate and launch 2-3 body shots. Breathe out and always watch when it hits its target on hit. Do not hold your breath and do not look down. Learn to keep your eyes open in full battle!
- Stay calm and never stop breathing. If you start to panic, ask the opponent to calm down so that your body and mind can be established.
- Keep your hands up, elbows down and move your head.
- Do not waste your energy running around the ring, only one step and pivot out if your opponent is very aggressive. Think you’re a pivoting while dodging the bull matador. Do not forget to hit.
- Do not lie back and not take your eyes off your opponent when you are getting hammered this is quite difficult for beginners.
- Do not always wait for your opponent to finish before hitting counterattack. Interrupt their combos and hit hard!