1. Back Alley Brawl 6

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    Back Alley Brawl Produced by Left Hook Productions and Presented by MartialArtsTimesTV.com Visit LeftHook @ www.lefthookpro.com Get all your Amateur Martial Arts & Professional MMA / Martial Arts News from: www.martialartstimestv.com Streaming live video from amateur and professional events!

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    • Left Hook Science - More Power, More Speed, Better Impact, Great Results VOD

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      The Left Hook is a great go to punch to have in your arsenal. A lot of people use the left hook in training but not in fights. With Left Hook Science you will develop a better understanding of that punch which will give your more knowledge and confidence to use it. The left hook can be used so many different ways and can be thrown so many different ways. That's exactly why this is Left Hook Science. Also using the left hook there is a huge defensive responsibility. In typical AMSB fashion I give a lot of information and detail in this video. You will learn or dramatically improve the left hook after watching this video and that's a fact. Stay tuned for more great detailed training videos.

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      • Bicycle Driving on N. 4th St. Overpass: Columbus OH

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        North 4th Street (and the companion Summit/3rd St. going the other direction) are useful north/south surface streets in Columbus. North of downtown are overpasses over RR tracks and freeway ramps. 2 lanes on the right side of N. 4th diverge toward I670. N. 4th itself makes a gradual left bend arriving at the top, and a gradual right bend down the other side. < http://mapq.st/Ti7uxC > A bike lane on the left was included in restriping this summer after reconstruction work. This is beneficial for bicyclists who are traveling on the left side, guiding motorists to stay further out when passing around this bend. Without intersections at this particular location, this is one place where a bike lane stripe can reduce the chances of a side swipe or hit from behind collision. Further on the down slope side are 2 left turn intersections. The bike lane should have ended before these. But as the video shows, at Goodale, the bike lane continues on the left side of frequent left turning motor traffic. Then the bike lane, and the left lane of motor traffic which intends to turn left onto an I670 entrance ramp, criss-cross each other. This video shows bicyclists how they can choose their line through this region, and avoid getting left hooked, or side swiped.

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        • Medalla Light Presenta: La Manada en San Se 2012

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          Musica: Sergio Mendes ft. Black Eyed Peas - Mas que nada

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          • Left Hook Left High Kick Trick with Pat Barry | MMA Training

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            Train with Barry: http://bit.ly/lpnjcE Heavyweight fighters Pat Barry and Matt Mitrione – who defeated Kimbo Slice in UFC 113 – show how to execute the left hook, left high kick trick. Train with Barry, Mitrione and other pros at TapouTVTC to learnMMA training, MMA techniques and how to fight like the pros.

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            • How to Throw the Proper Right Cross

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              This video gives a quick summary as to how to throw the proper right cross when striking on your Focusmaster G-1000. It is a power punch used in MMA, boxing, kickboxing and other martial arts. The better form you have when striking, the more power you will generate and ultimately, the more efficient your workout will become.

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              • TKO #21: Weaving Under the Left Hook and Countering

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                Ringside's Albert Guardado discusses and demonstrates the importance of being able to successfully weave under a left hook and counter with a right hand.

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                • Ringside's TKO #17: Blocking the Body from a Left Hook

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                  Ringside's Albert Guardado explains the importance of the left hook and demonstrates an effective way to defind against yourself this particular fighting technique with the help of Nate Abner.

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                  • Double Left Hook - How to Box (Quick Videos)

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                    My theory is, if you can hit them with one shot, then you can hit them with two. In the quick "how to box" video above, I demonstrate a few variations of the double hook. The first one is the double head hook. You can throw this technique after slipping the right cross, add it to the end of a combination or, if you are feeling confident, use it as an opening move straight from your ready stance. It is definitely worth you experimenting with the "high to low hook" and "low to high hook". If the high hook is blocked you can go straight down stairs and vice versa. This is a great way to create openings on your opponent. With the double low hook, I like to tap to see the space, then power the second body hook through. When using this in sparring and when in the ring, again, as I always stress, make sure you mix it up. Don't keep throwing the same combinations, keep your opponent guessing, this will make landing your punches easier and give you a higher landing success rate. http://www.sneakpunch.com

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                    • Left Hook - How to Box (Quick Videos)

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                      When I was boxing professionally, the left hook was one of my favourite techniques. Early on in my pro career, I achieved many knockouts by using the left hook, When I was training in USA, the Americans liked to call it "shutting the door" which I think is a very apt. description. I have explained 2 different ways that I like to hook on the video. The long hook, which is very nice to mix up with the jab as it enables you to attack at an angle that your opponent is not expecting. It is also great to fire out after slipping one of their right crosses. The second is the short hook, which is used when fight on the inside and is also the knock out power shot I was referring to earlier. For the short hook transfer your weight to the front leg and slightly bend your knees. From this position, simultaneously drive up from the floor (using your legs). Pull back the right hand to protect the right side of your face and whip the left hook through, whilst slightly leaning back to add more power. Try both of these hooks out on the bag and see how much power you can generate. Play around with the horizontal fist on impact and the vertical fist to find out which one you find more comfortable to use. Next week I will be demonstrating the right hook for you. http://www.sneakpunch.com

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