These days being buried underneath a pile of assignment, homework, and general perils of being an oversea student, it had been quite hard for me to find a consistent time slot to train. But these busy time also gave me thoughts about how to improve myself further when i can finally get my ass back to training in a more consistent manner. The last few weeks i've been able to at least find a place and some small time slots to do some work here and there to keep myself in shape. These bagworks below are basically an experiment out of those thought. They are what i think could i do with the basics skillsets i have to improve myself to be well-rounded, based on my experiences training so far and studying the greats. As the title said, these two bagworks are focused extensively on being "defensive". This is largely from watching boxers like Floyd Mayweather and Rigondeaux, while also drawing from clues from my older videos. In these two i tried to use a lot of feints, pawing jabs and movement to create opportunity to pot shot with my power shot, while also get in and out of the pocket safely. I like the second round much more than the first round, as the first round i felt like i was a bit more robotic than i think i should. These two are more "lively" when compare to the first two. Instead of being defensive and cautious, this is when pressure and brawling is needed as opposed to just box. I derived this from watching pressure fighters like Magarito and JCC Sr, as well as my own discovery a 3 or 4 months ago (when i could still afford somewhat a consistent training schedule) that trading in the pockets and brawling is a viable tactics. In the vids i pumped the jab much more frequently, and when i am close to the bag i used a lot of tile exercise to facilitate positioning and head movement inside the pocket as well as loading up my power shots. Like the first two, i like the second round more than the first one, where it looked more fluid and powerful (outside of one or two brainfarts i had in that round) These two are all about volume and repetition. I got this idea from watching Mayweather and his half-hearted bagworks often displayed in HBO 24/7, as well as the tile exercise itself. Technically speaking, this is basically tile exercise, but with the heavy bag. Just ton and ton of movement repeated with the bag as a target. What i think this does is to help me practicing the tile exercise and all the things the exercises facilitate, like footwork, defense, movement, posture and correct movement. I should have done the exercise farther from the bag, and i didn't do much heel-toe movement. But for what's worth i felt like my loaded up my shots pretty well, while my headmovement felt correct and smooth. So yeah, those 6 videos are basically my experiment on using different approaches while using the same sets of basics. I really really really really hope we can get a productive discussion going on about applying basics in boxing, or in fighting general without usual all the piss taking that often come with my threads. At least, maybe just critique my bagworks? That will do just fine.