When I teach hooks I exaggerate the hip and knee rotation so beginners understand to use it. As you get better, you refine it and less rotation is necessary. Hence why I rotate less during combinations, however it is more difficult to see when performed at max intensity.
Otherwise these two boxing combinations may only consist of 4 punches each but they are fundamental to any boxing combination and fights are often won on them.
The 1232 combo is the first boxing combo you would learn after the basic 12 punch. It teaches you how to transfer your body weight and flow with your punches, linking them together.
The second combination is the 1233 which doubles up on the hook, here you will polish your left hook technique and learn to bring it back to your guard correctly.
The two combinations are great for both fighting and doing boxing for fitness training.
Boxing combos from beginner to advanced. I present 20+ practical, and fundamental boxing combos in this tutorial series. Different punch variations, and techniques both for boxing fitness and competition.
The people I have taught in these videos are over 20 (most in their 30s) who work sedentary office jobs / full time university study, have little to no fitness training background. Put simply, they started from the bottom. I specialize in working with normal everyday people 'average joes' so to say.