Punching and moving at the same time? Mechanics?

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    I am curious about the mechanics about both Tyson and this girl, as they appear to be walking and punching at the same time. One thing that wierds me out is that when they throw their lead hook, their back leg comes out and their uppercut/bodyshot, in. Can anyone explain how to do this step by step? I'd like to do this on my heavy bag instead of a tree like the girl in the second video
     
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    They aren't moving and punching at the same time. Their feet are planted every time they throw a punch, and they are moving in between their punches. It just looks like they are doing both simultaneously because they are quick.
     
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    Can't see the video, but usually if you want to strike and move at the same time, you move your feet while the punch is mid trajectory, and your feet are planted as or right before the strike actually contacts.

    The sequence of events for throwing a 1-2 going forward would be
    1) front foot lifts and begins to move forward
    2) jab starts
    3) front foot touches ground
    4) jab reaches full extension
    5) jab starts returning
    6) rear foot lifts and begins to move forward
    7) cross starts
    8) rear foot touches ground
    9) cross reaches full extension

    All of that happens in less than a second
     
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    When you watch Tyson fight, you'll notice most of the time, he will plant down and punch when fully stable.
     
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    That's not true.

    You can punch and move at the same time and you should be at leats able to do it rudimentary. it's a basic boxing skill. Tyson especially. golovkin does it as well.


    You can do it by shifting like Golovkin or Tyson or just with a normal step like Canelo does often with his left hook.

    You just throw the punch with roper weight distribution and you move your foot whiloe your weight is shifting. You can throw a right hand while taking a step forward, while taking a step backwards or even while shifting and changin stance and you should be able to do it with every punch.

    Tyson's big thing was that he was very good at punching on the move. Foreman was really good at it as wlel. So is Golovkin. Basically all elite pressure fighters and ring cutters do it at least every now and then.
     
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    I think this is how I do it with the 1-2. Moving forward: push off rear leg, step with front leg, land the punch as the front foot lands. Rear leg slides forward quickly, weight is put back on it, and the rear hand is thrown.

    I don't understand what you mean about the lead hook. You can move forward with a lead hook by pushing off the rear foot, stepping with your front foot and sliding the rear.
     
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