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DRILL #1

LEAD HOOK KICK TO FRONT STRAIGHT LEAD PUNCH

You'll start with the bag stationary.

Begin with a Lead Hook Kick to the cord using a Shuffle footwork.

Set straight down after the kick, punching the bag before your foot hits the floor. (This will ensure that your bodyweight & power is transferred into the bag and not the floor!)

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