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Why Boxing Training is Great Cross-Conditioning for Other Sports

Posted on 01. Nov, 2013 by .

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Boxing training makes for a great means of cross-conditioning for athletes of other sports. Cross-conditioning is an athlete’s practice of taking part in other sports in order to improve their overall athletic ability and performance in their primary sports. Traditionally, sports like running and swimming are common for cross-conditioning. But recently, with the rise in… Continue Reading

13 Reasons Women Should Take Up Boxing

13 Reasons Why Women Should Try Boxing

Posted on 20. Jun, 2012 by .

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Women’s boxing is a sport that is really just catching on. Since at BoxingTrainingFitness we believe that boxing has something to offer everyone, we loved this presentation we found by Lisa Bledsoe of TheGlowingEdge. Watch or read our transcribed version of Lisa’s presentation 13 Reasons Why Women Should Take Up Boxing. I didn’t stop boxing… Continue Reading

16 Fast Boxing Combinations

16 Fast Boxing Combinations

Posted on 14. Jun, 2012 by .

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Throwing a fast and powerful combination is exhilarating and satisfying, and it is always good to have new combinations to work with when shadowboxing or doing bag work. This post is going to teach you 16 different easy and fast combinations that can be used in many different ways. Before reading further, we assume that… Continue Reading

4 Amateur Boxing Lessons From Pacquiao vs Bradley

Posted on 11. Jun, 2012 by .

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On June 9, 2012 Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley squared off in Las Vegas for the WBO Welterweight title. The result has created one of the most furious backlashes of sports criticism in recent history, whispers of rigged fights, and a twitter hashtag epidemic of #RIPboxing. What went into the result, and what can other… Continue Reading

5 Key Elements of Boxing Training

5 Key Elements of Boxing Training

Posted on 07. Jun, 2012 by .

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This is the world’s most perfect boxing training regimen ever devised, and it will prepare you to fight professionally in just 6 months. GUARANTEED. Sounds like a load of crap right? Because it is. There are many ways to create an effective boxing training regimen, and no single program necessarily be called the de-facto best…. Continue Reading

7 Favorite Boxing Training Blogs

Posted on 23. May, 2012 by .

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Are you tired of only finding small tidbits of useful boxing information every now and then? If you are continually looking to devour all the training information you can get your hands on… I have just the thing for you. We have compiled the ultimate list of awesome boxing knowledge, and it is right here… Continue Reading

Top 7 Motivational Boxing Videos

Posted on 14. May, 2012 by .

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Your heart rate accelerates, your focus sharpens, and you can take on the world. It’s gym time. But what about the times that you struggle to push yourself beyond a basic sweat? Sometimes you just need a kick of inspiration to jolt your mind and body… Consider it served: the best of YouTube’s motivational boxing… Continue Reading

The 3 Ways to Win a Boxing Match

Posted on 25. Apr, 2012 by .

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Everyone wants to win their fights, but do you know how to really do so? Do you have a strategy in mind for how to beat your opponent? When everything boils down, there are really only 3 primary ways that boxers win a fight. Which of these styles sounds most appealing to you? Win a… Continue Reading

12 Techniques That Win Fights

Posted on 09. Apr, 2012 by .

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We have just compiled our first exclusive guide, 12 Techniques that Win Fights, and released it this weekend to our subscribers. We are now making available to everyone who joins our mailing list for free, but first would like to tell you a little about it and why we think it is important…. Background When… Continue Reading

Developing a Knockout-Resistant Chin

Posted on 21. Mar, 2012 by .

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In boxing, the the physical ability to withstand hard punches is known as having a “Strong chin.” Some fighters have reputations for being knocked out by a single hard punch, while others are known to last through round after round of hard beatings. Athletes, trainers, commentators, and scientists alike have pondered what makes this difference…. Continue Reading