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Key Takeaways:

When Counter-Punching, ask yourself:

To Punch While Slipping

The Slip - 5 -2 Is a nice quick 2 punch combination

And that's all I have to say... about that.  

The Slip - 5 - 2 - 3 is even better.

The more punches, the merrier... as long as you don't get hit back!  

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Day 1 Training:

(Click Here to download this workout.)

If the following doesn’t make sense to you, watch this video on Slipping to the Left on your Left vs Right Foot.

Straight Slips

On these slips, you will move only one of your feet.  You will bounce that foot immediately back to your stance.

Your will be transferred to the foot on the same side that your head is slipping.  So, if your is moving to the left, your weight will be transferred into the left foot.

50 Straight Slips, Head Moving To the Left, Stepping on your Left Foot and bouncing it back to your stance.

50 Straight Slips, Head Moving To the Left, Stepping on your Right Foot and bouncing it back to your stance.

50 Straight Slips, Head Moving To the Right, Stepping On your Left Foot and bouncing it back to your stance.

50 Straight Slips, Head Moving To the Right, Stepping On your Right Foot and bouncing it back to your stance.

More Straight Slips

On the following slips, you will move BOTH of your feet, thus bringing your entire stance underneath you... instead of just bouncing the foot back to your stance.

If you are slipping to the LEFT, you will take a LEFT then RIGHT replacement step.  (Don't "Overdrag" your step.  Keep a nice wide base)!


50 Straight Slips, Head Moving To the Left, Stepping on your Left Foot and bringing your Right foot in as a replacement step.


50 Straight Slips, Head Moving To the Left, Stepping on your Right Foot and bringing your Left foot in as a replacement step.


50 Straight Slips, Head Moving To the Right, Stepping On your Left Foot and bringing your Right foot in as a replacement (aka drag) step.


50 Straight Slips, Head Moving To the Right, Stepping On your Right Foot and bringing your Left foot in as a replacement (aka drag) step.

Slips and Counters

Start by slowly executing:

20 Straight Slips popping your Left shoulder forward and throwing a Right Uppercut


20 Straight Slips Popping your Right shoulder forward, and throwing a Left Uppercut


Now do this in the midst of moving:


2 Minute Round of shadow boxing, while randomly slipping and popping your left shoulder in front, firing either a Right Uppercut, Up-jab, or 'Uppergut'.


60 seconds Rest


2 Minute round of shadow boxing, while randomly slipping and popping your right shoulder forward, throwing a left Uppercut, Up-Jab, or Uppergut.


60 seconds Rest

Rear Slips

100 Rear Slips - pulling your head straight back, and tucking your chin.

100 Rear Slips, Left left


100 Rear Slips, Rightright

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Head Movement Training Day 10.

Further Examining Counter-punching

If your primary goal is to be able to dodge a hundred punches and giggle stupidly...

Well, you already have most of the information that you need.  But, If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times, your best option is to make people miss, and make them pay for it.

So let's do that.

There's something amazing about allowing a punch to whiz right by your head, while contently sitting with the knowledge that you're about to sock your opponent in the chin

... make him miss, and make him pay for it.  

... make him miss, and make him pay for it.

There's something amazing about allowing a punch to whiz right by your head, while contently sitting with the knowledge that you're about to sock your opponent in the chin... make him miss, and make him pay for it.

This video gives you the basic tutorial of how to strike your opponent, while moving your head, WHILE HE'S TRYING TO STRIKE YOU AT THE SAME TIME.

This is a great way to freak someone out (as well as knock him out), and make him not want to attempt any further strikes.

This is a great way to freak someone out (as well as knock him out), and make him not want to attempt any further strikes.

This video gives you the basic tutorial of how to strike your opponent, while moving your head, WHILE HE'S TRYING TO STRIKE YOU AT THE SAME TIME.  This is a great way to freak someone out (as well as knock him out), and make him not want to attempt any further strikes.

The following attacks are executed directly off of a straight slip, and they rip some great knockout punches.  (The slip 5-2 and slip 5-2-3 might have some repeated information)

The following two lessons should really just be one lesson...

I plan on re-making them shortly.

The slip 5 -2… this is a great way to make someone miss a punch, and then blast him in the face with two quick and easy to throw strikes.

The cool thing about this one is that the left uppercut positions the guys head perfectly for throwing a right straight… quick, easy, and effective.

The cool thing about this one is that the left uppercut positions the guys head perfectly for throwing a right straight… quick, easy, and effective.

The slip 5 -2… this is a great way to make someone miss a punch, and then blast him in the face with two quick and easy to throw strikes. The cool thing about this one is that the left uppercut positions the guys head perfectly for throwing a right straight… quick, easy, and effective.

The liver shot can easily be thrown as a straight punch counter... just wait for the guy to initiate his punch and the "Right shoulder dropping forward" should simply be a slip.

This is a great counter punch combination, and it builds on our previous weeks two strike combination (The Slip 5-2).

This one adds a vicious hook to the combo… make the guy miss and then hit him with three murder shots.  This video also introduces you to the concept of juggling heads... for the second time.

This one adds a vicious hook to the combo… make the guy miss and then hit him with three murder shots.  This video also introduces you to the concept of juggling heads... for the second time.  

This is a great counter punch combination, and it builds on our previous weeks two strike combination (The Slip 5-2).  This one adds a vicious hook to the combo… make the guy miss and then hit him with three murder shots.  This video also introduces you to the concept of juggling heads... for the second time.

The Workout

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Just about all of the movements in this week are covered in the Head Movement Mp3, and it's the most well rounded workout you're going to get, so use it.  For a little extra focus on today's techniques, here's what you can do:

Today's techniques:

Next... do the Mp3 again.

It's the most well rounded Head Movement workout you can do.

Click here to download the Head Movement MP3 onto your computer, or stream it directly from your mobile device, online. 

For additional troubleshooting with the download or options for mobile download, click the link directly beneath this download box.  

For additional troubleshooting with the download or options for mobile download, click the link directly beneath this download box.    

Click here to download the Head Movement MP3 onto your computer, or stream it directly from your mobile device, online. For additional troubleshooting with the download or options for mobile download, click the link directly beneath this download box.


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