STEPPING ON FOOT AND LOCKING BOTH ARMS

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You can step on an opponent's foot to prevent him from bouncing back


If you close a Boxer's arms to strike him, he is likely to bounce away. When you chase, it is very important to continue closing him so that he may not strike you. You can step on his front foot to stop him bouncing away. If you are skilful, you may tempt him to strike so that you can lock both his arms.

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Step on Foot Lock both Arms from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.

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