You did not throw good jab. And you left foot has rotated. Look, Rinat. You were not able to rotate your right hip fully because otherwise you would have fall. You did the same movement. You… Without the good jab… Ok, we are talking about one-two. You are trying to throw the straight right. You haven’t rotated the left heel and the left hip and that makes it difficult for you to rotate the right hip. You have thrown the one-two with your hands only. You haven’t charged your right. Ok, it is possible to do it your way. Something like this. Here is the jab without the heel and hip rotation. And then you try to perform the most complicated movement you are trying to throw the straight right with the right hip rotation. It is diffucult because you do not have the inertia from the left hip rotation, you do not have coordination between you left and right halves of the body. That is why your left foot rotates counterclockwise. Of course, you can throw one-two like this. But you have to catch this very difficult movement. you have to throw a short jab without anyrotation and then a long right with the rotation. Can you divide this two movements? Throw the left. Now throw the right. Again. Your left foot has rotated outward. Ok, let’s stop experimenting and return to classic one-two. Look again. you jump with the jab and rotate the left heel. Look my left heel has rotated 90 degrees. Jump. Ok. Relax your right shoulder. Relax, the right fist should not go back after the jab. And the right leg should not be absolutely straight. You will need it for the second punch. Ok, just a little. The jab in this case is thrown mainly not to deliver damage but to reduce the distance and charge the stronger right hand. Now jump and rotate the right hip. See, the left foot was displaced again. My friend, you repeat one small mistake, which… Ok, look I will make this mistake too. Ok, everything has rotated, everything is Ok. Now look. I have lost the balance. Of course. Because you have rotated the upper torso with the right punch. You push up with the foot. The heel, the hip, the shoulder and the fist start simultaneously. But the elbow should not extend right away. Do you see the corkscrew rotation of my shoulder? And my left foot stayed in it’s place. Throw the jab. One. You right fist went back. Now right from there, do not jump, just throw the right. Again. You pull back your left fist after the jab. Here, you have jabbed. Now throw the right punch with your shoulder. Yes. This exchange of shoulders – give me your hands – this exchange you have to establish and train. Does not matter what are you doing with your feet. Jab. If the left shoulder rotates the right shoulder and the right elbow drop down. Now right rotation. The right shoulder should rotate and the fist corkscrew forward. Just corkscrew the fist. Again. One, two. One. Do not hurry, do not pull the left fist back. Jab again. The elbow should drop down into the hip. Ok, you have jabbed, the right elbow went down. Yes! Ok. You are making progress. This exchange of shoulders. You do not bend, the shoulders are rotating. But never do this torso rotation. [Thank you.] Go the the mirrow, sit (not stand) in front of it, take small weights. And throw: one – left, one – right. Then left-right. Back to boxing stance. Right-left. Boxing stance, Left-right-left. Right-left-right. You have to make perfect this exchange of fists. Clear? Boom-boom. And then you throw the power punch. [Thanks a lot.] Ok, use it. That’s it, guys!