Jabs from Blydell – Protect the Fort

Keep your chin down and eyes up. This will protect you from gettingĀ  hit in the soft spot which is the nose, eyes, and mouth. You want your opponent to hit you in the forehead region which is the hardest part of the head. More importantly keeping your chin tucked and hands up will protect you from getting knocked out.

Blydell Martin is currently a boxing trainer with TITLE Boxing Club in Olathe, KS.