Left vs. Right Foot Slips

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I had a lot of people that had no clue what I was talking about when I said “Slips to the Left on your Left Foot” so I made this video to clarify exactly what I want.

4 Comments

  • alexander

    Reply Reply September 6, 2018

    if I’m southpaw and I want to set up my straight left on an orthodox fighter while flanking him what headmovenet drill should I train for that consistancey .u know the splitting his jab as well as his philly shell jab line with his hand down in that case I want to get my left on his chest thanks

    • Trav

      Reply Reply September 24, 2018

      I would probably execute a ‘straight slip’ step with my right foot, trying to get maybe 6-8 inches outside of his front (left) foot, and fire the cross simultaneously. So, you’d be moving slightly to the right in conjunction with your cross. Usually, when I do this, I just drop it as a ‘one and done’, but if you want to fire more stuff, like a right hook to the body, you would bring your entire base with you (both left and right steps). For just the cross counter, only the front foot moving in, and then directly back is necessary! Let me know if this makes sense!

  • Tony

    Reply Reply November 8, 2018

    Why right foot versus left? does right foot take you away from opponent and the left close the distance?

    • Trav

      Reply Reply November 11, 2018

      Sometimes you want to move to the right, and sometimes you want to move to the left.

      …or forwards vs. backwards as you have so astutely mentioned!

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