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    Good evening. Here is the first video of Rogene. About two weeks in.

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    You are on your way. Nice front fist rolling !

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    • #3
      thank you I am trying really hard but with swfl helping me hope to get better it's not easy..

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      • #4
        You're doing great! Hang in there, take your time & enjoy...
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        • #5
          Originally posted by swfl View Post
          Good evening. Here is the first video of Rogene. About two weeks in.
          Good effort, Rogene. that was almost 2 minutes of non-stop punching!


          Paranday said "nice fist rolling", and I would second that and suggest you use that same arm position (elbow up, small circling of fist) for your normal front fist punching. When you are single punching with each arm it appears your really swinging up and down from your shoulder, with a lot of up and down arm motion. This form of punching creates more of a "downward" punch rather than straight into the bag. And it's fine for basic Front Circle Punching (FCP) but makes it hard to do a Front Straight Punch (FSP) and will be very difficult to "pass through" the bag to the rear area for reverse punching. You may not want to do that right now but at some point if you start using the Reverse Punches you will need to get the fist back, and it will more difficult with a downward motion in the front. Again, you Front Fist Rolling arm position and punching movement will work fine in the triplet rhythm. I know it may seem a bit more difficult to hold that arm up and swing more from the elbow, but it will help you out later.

          Just a suggestion. Please keep going, you're doing great so far!
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          • #6
            Alright!!!

            You're doing fine and keep going. But don't forget to take heed to what "speed bag" mentioned about up & down motion from your shoulders. ^!^

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            • #7
              all suggestions welcome

              Thank you everyone for your encouragement and suggestions they are really helpful. I will try to do as you suggest as best as I can always open to constructive critizism

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              • #8
                Originally posted by rehamco1 View Post
                Thank you everyone for your encouragement and suggestions they are really helpful. I will try to do as you suggest as best as I can always open to constructive critizism
                Actually not meant to be criticism. I prefer to think of it as constructive training tip.

                Sounds a bit more positive and nobody likes to be criticized.

                You're doing fine. This is not a race, so take your time.
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                Put a little Rhythm in YOUR workout!
                *attendee: Every SB gathering so far!
                The Quest Continues...
                Onward to SpeedB.A.G. X! Summer 2019

                THE 10th Year Reunion!

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                • #9
                  basic moves

                  started hitting the bag without moving my shoulders up and down
                  really hard at first but getting easier want to get the basic moves down pat
                  thanks for all the tips

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by swfl View Post
                    Good evening. Here is the first video of Rogene. About two weeks in.

                    Kudos to you, Rogene! This is great for just a few weeks of practice! That was almost 2 minutes on non-stop striking. You seem to have the rhythm down, and your strikes seem to be delivered with confidence. And I noticed a move at 1:05 that tells me you're resourceful. You have a few basic punches down, now all you need to focus on is keeping your elbows up the whole time. Yes, it's hard to do at first, but you'll find it works much better this way. You can do it, girlfriend!

                    Here's a video by fellow SBF member, "Mrs. Mitts." In it, she goes through a repertoire of basic punches – nice and slow. I think several of us have learned from her videos. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eXrJNWUryW8

                    There are some good comments and observations from several well-known baggers… Some of the nicest people on YouTube are dedicated speed baggers. Always supportive and ready to offer help.

                    Keep up the good work! Can't wait for your next video!
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                    • #11
                      elbows up

                      aiming to keep my elbows up loved the video you posted for me I hit the bag every day want to get good enough for a 2nd video....it's too much fun to even think of stopping.... thank you everyone for all the encouragement and tips...

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                      • #12
                        Too much fun to think of stopping?? Hey hey, I think you're one of us! ...hopefully you'll find yourself on the forum a little more often than SOME of us (that would be me). You're off to a great start, so keep up the good work!

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                        • #13
                          Good going and thats great to hear you are enjoying yourself. Keep it baggin ...ralph

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