Posted on 01. Nov, 2013 by BoxingTrainingFitness.
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
Posted on 07. Jun, 2012 by BoxingTrainingFitness.
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
Posted on 10. Feb, 2012 by BoxingTrainingFitness.
Johnny Nguyen is the awesome boxer and blogger behind the ExpertBoxing.com. After a long wait Johnny has just completed and released an incredible program called How to Box in 10 Days. If you are familiar with Johnny’s work, you will know that it is always top of the line. Johnny has the technical knowledge to… Continue Reading
Posted on 18. Jan, 2012 by BoxingTrainingFitness.
The first few times you spar can be pretty ugly. Not only does a lot of your technique crumble to pieces in your first few experiences, but when you first start sparring you underestimate your body’s natural response to a punch: flinching. What is Flinching? Flinching is a natural body response to expected pain, shock,… Continue Reading
Posted on 16. Jan, 2012 by BoxingTrainingFitness.
Punching harder is something that everyone seems to want to do. Punching hard can be a very valuable asset as a boxer, but it should not be the end-all-be-all of your boxing training. Technique almost always beats out power. Fortunately, learning how to punch harder can be developed alongside your other boxing skills as a… Continue Reading