Hi, I'm Cary Williams, and we're going over some common boxing punch combinations. The benefits obviously of having more combinations is more arsenal. So, you've got lots to throw at whomever you're in the ring with. So I would say the most common punch combination would be a one-two, which is a left and a right. That's your jab right hand, so of course you're stepping with your jab, and as you retract your left hand back and throw your right hand out, you're dragging your back foot back up, so that you're always in your proper stance. Now we can add another punch, we can add the left hook. So again, orthodox boxing, right-handed boxer, we call it a left hook. You're gonna do the same thing on your one-two, you're step drag with your one-two, and then when you throw your left hook, you're gonna rotate the left side of your body over to the right, and you're going to turn that hip, a lot of hip action. So everything really comes from the hips in boxing. So when we want one more, we can add another right hand. So now we have the one-two, left hook, right hand, and again all we're doing is rotating. So we step drag on the one-two, we rotate over to the right on the left hook, and then rotate back to the left as we throw that straight right, bringing the whole right side of our body forward, and then retracting back right into our stance, bang, we're ready to go again.