ATTACKING A BOXER WITH A PLANNED SEQUENCE

Shaolin Kungfu

When you are well trained in the kicking tactics, as soon as a Boxer moves, you kick him to initiate you planned attack



An excellent way to fight a Boxer is to kick him. He has no techniques in his whole Boxing repertoire to counter kicks! As you have learnt to kick a Boxer when he uses his left hand, as well as when he uses his right hand, now you can kick him as soon as he moves.

Of course you can kick him more than once. Indeed, if you repeatedly kick him, most Boxers would be at a loss as what to do.

You can also devise other planned attacks against a Boxer after initiating with kicks. One effective way is to close him and strike him continuously. Your chance of beating him will be much enhanced if you attack him with a planned sequence.


Shaolin Kung Fu Double Kicks against Boxer

As you have learnt to kick a Boxer when he uses his left hand, and then when he uses his right hand, now you can kick a Boxer as soon as he moves. You may also use double kicks against him. A Boxer is quite helpless when you kick him as there are no techniques in his Boxing repertoire to counter your kicks. Make sure you cover yourself well when you kick.
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Shaolin Kung Fu Combination of Kicks and Leopard Punches

Using a combination of kicks and leopard punches is a very effective way to handle a Boxer. When he attempts to block your kicks, you strike him with leopard punches. When he attempts to cover himself, you strike his arms.
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Shaolin Kung Fu Combat Sequence against a Boxer

Here is a sequence you can use effectively against a Boxer. Practice it well so that you can apply it flowingly. When you meet a Boxer, as soon as he uses his left hand or right hand, which is virtually as soon as he moves, you apply this sequence on him. You will be pleasantly surprised how effective it is.
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Shaolin Kung Fu Applying the Sequence Forcefully and Flowingly

The sequence is performed with some force and speed. It may be incredible to some people, but if you apply this sequence forcefully and flowingly, most Boxers will be quite helpless. The reason is straight-forward. Boxers have no techniques to counter such attacks. But a very skillful Boxer may avoid your attacks and still strike you.
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Shaolin Kung Fu Trying out the Sequence on Boxers

Participants applying the combat sequence against Boxers. The Boxers find it hard to defend against the planned kungfu attacks.. In the foreground are Alex and Donovan, and in the background Sifu Daniel and Christina.
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Shaolin Kung Fu Not Hurting One Another in Sparring

The participants continue their practice of the sequence. Other people may complain, interestingly, that our sparring is not realistic because no one is hurt. Some people feel that sparring partners should hurt one another to be realistic! Our philosophy is different. We believe that in sparring one trains not to be hurt — in practice as well as in real fights.
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Basic Shaolin Kungfu against Boxing, Kick-Boxing, Muay Tahi and Wrestling

  1. From Shaolin to Instinctive Fighting to Boxing
  2. Basic Counters against a Boxer's Jabs
  3. Chasing after a Boxer's Retreat
  4. One-Step, Two-Step or Multiple-Step Chase
  5. Practicing on your Own, then Testing it on your Partner
  6. Counters against a Boxer's Left Jabs
  7. Handling Unexpected Attacks Correctly and Spontaneously
  8. Progressing to Realistic Sparring with a Boxer
  9. Employing Appropriate Tactics to Defeat a Boxer
  10. Sticking to a Boxer as he Tries to Bounce Away
  1. Advantages of the Bow-Arrow Stance over a Boxer's Footwork
  2. Practicing Numerous Tactics against Boxers
  3. The Tactics of Closing and of Opening a Boxer
  4. Handling a Boxer Competently despite his Speed and Size
  5. Understanding and Implementing Techniques, Tactics and Skills against Boxers
  6. Countering the Left-Left-Right of Boxers
  7. Kick a Boxer Whenever he Uses his Right Hand
  8. Various Tactics to Handle a Boxer
  9. Attacking a Boxer with a Planned Sequence
  10. Felling an Opponent as he Attacks with an Undercut
  1. Various Ways to Fell an Opponent
  2. Knee Strikes and their Counters
  3. From Simple Techniques to Sophisticated Patterns
  4. Why are many Kungfu Practitioners Unable to Counter Muay Thai or Kick-Boxing Attacks?
  5. Superiority of Kungfu Stances, Footwork and Techniques
  6. Counters against Muay Thai and Kick-Boxing Attacks
  7. Effective Tactics and Techniques against Continuous Attacks Mixed with Feint Moves
  8. How do you Counter Continous Kicks?
  9. Exploiting the Innate Weaknesses of Kicks to Counter Them
  10. Throwing an Opponent as he Kicks
  11. Striking the Attacker as he Attempts a Shoot
  12. Countering the Shoot when an Attacker has Grabbed you or Pushed you onto the Ground


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