Hi, my name is Jolie Glassman, and I'm going to go over how to have a better stance in boxing. You definitely want to make sure that your body distribution is even, and you're 50/50 on both feet. So, you want to have your feet together. Take a step back -- a little bit more than the shoulder width apart -- and turn your upper body where your left shoulder is facing forward, and your right shoulder's facing back. Have your hands up where your elbows are protecting your body, and your hands are protecting your face. Keep your chin down, your eyes looking at someone's chest. And, have your upper body come hunched over a little bit where you can stay in tight and protect your body. Now, you want to sit a little bit. Imagine there's a ball and chain pulling you down in the middle. Don't let it sway in any direction. You never want to shift your weight. So, when you get hit, you don't fall over. Don't lean, just sit and have 50 percent here, 50 percent here, balanced.