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, ATN Associates LLC and The Boxing Fitness Institute. All rights reserved. .. The photos you see in this manual are of real people during a workout. Fourth class cadets. 2. Cadets who have not completed 4th Class Boxing (i.e. received at least a C grade). 3. Brigade Open Boxing Champions and. FREE Boxing Course | ExpertBoxing 2 A wide boxing stance is not typically recommended for beginners because of many drawbacks. It uses a lot of Read more articles on boxing stance: .. workbook, and 1hr 45mins of video instruction .

PDF Opublikowany By John Brown 2 The purpose of this manual is to give a brief, but inclusive introductory course to the great sport of amateur boxing. Amateur boxing parallels life in many respects. Even we do not claim to have all of the answers. In order for amateur boxing to become more popular, it is the job of all coaches to stress fundamentals, particularly those pertaining to defense. A boxing match is meant to be a contest of skill rather than power, brute force or toughness. It is extremely important to remember that amateur boxing should be fun.

The purpose of sparring is to work on fundamentals. This cannot be accomplished unless the sparring session is properly controlled. First of all, each new boxer should spar with a more experienced boxer who can control both himself and the action. The experienced boxer should lightly strike the new boxer when he makes mistakes. He should encourage the new boxer to work on his left jab and mobility.

No one will learn anything, and someone could get hurt. As your new boxer progresses, advanced offensive and defensive techniques can be taught and sparring can be adjusted to meet his needs. Otherwise, he will never improve. Most amateur bouts are won and lost due to conditioning. The following is a recommended workout schedule. Work on your fundamentals. Each boxer, depending on physical makeup, temperament and agility, will develop a style which he feels comfortable with.

In this case, it would be to your advantage to do what may not normally be your style. In order to be prepared for this situation, you must work on all three of the following styles when you are shadowboxing, working the heavybag or the double end bag. Joe Frazier: Going after your opponent, keeping constant pressure on him, moving in with hands held high, bobbing, weaving and slipping punches. This style is necessary to develop the skills of a good stick-and-move boxer.

DO NOT punch while you are moving in. This is what the boxer wants you to do so that he can step back out of your punching range and stick you in the nose with his educated left jab. Move in, get close and then unleash a barrage of punches. Constant pressure and not hitting until you are very close to your opponent is key.

Muhammad Ali: Boxing, sticking and moving. When your opponent gets set to punch, step back or sidestep and throw your left jab. His punches should land short and your jab should connect. When your opponent leaves himself open, fire a quick combination and then get out of his punching range.

In and Out: This is probably the most effective of all styles because of the way amateur bouts are judged. The idea is simple—move in, hit and move out before you get hit. When your opponent moves in, step out of his punching range and then slide in and hit. Success in competition is directly proportionate to the amount of effort that is put into training.

Training should be conducted at a rapid pace to train the body, particularly the cardiovascular system, for quick, explosive action. A boxer should train for the same duration in which he is going to compete. Most gyms are open only three nights a week, which is adequate and keeps the coach and boxers from getting burned out. To complement the gym work, an aspiring champion must workout two or three additional days of the week.

Your better, more dedicated boxers should have their own heavybag at home so that shadowboxing, heavybag work and running can be conducted when the gym is closed. A flexible muscle is less likely to cramp or pull. Remember that flexibility is just as important as power. The idea is to spar against an imaginary opponent. You can work on different styles and opponents. The heavybag and double end bag should be hit with large bag gloves for two reasons: 1.

DO NOT punch while you are moving in. This is what the boxer wants you to do so that he can step back out of your punching range and stick you in the nose with his educated left jab. Move in, get close and then unleash a barrage of punches. Constant pressure and not hitting until you are very close to your opponent is key.

Muhammad Ali: Boxing, sticking and moving. When your opponent gets set to punch, step back or sidestep and throw your left jab. His punches should land short and your jab should connect. When your opponent leaves himself open, fire a quick combination and then get out of his punching range. In and Out: This is probably the most effective of all styles because of the way amateur bouts are judged. The idea is simple—move in, hit and move out before you get hit.

When your opponent moves in, step out of his punching range and then slide in and hit. A flexible muscle is less likely to cramp or pull. The idea is to spar against an imaginary opponent.

You can work on — 3 Rounds of the Heavybag different styles and opponents.

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The heavybag and double end bag should — Abdominal Exercises and be hit with large bag gloves for two reasons: Stretching 20 minutes 1. To protect the 26 small, delicate bones of the hand.

Each round should last two minutes with One hand injury can end a career. In competition, 10 or 12 ounce gloves will be used. It does not make sense to train with lighter gloves than that. Your arms need to be conditioned for what will be used in competition. The heavybag develops punching power and speed. Act like the bag can hit back.

Slip these imaginary punches and counter. At most clubs, they have a variety of heavybags: 70 lb. Each one responds differently when punched just like each of your opponents will box differently.

Rotate on your bags. It can and double end bags. Make your jab work like a well-oiled piston and throw combinations in bunches of five to seven punches. Always jump on a padded surface. Jumping on concrete is too easy and bad for your legs. You should complete three rounds of rope jumping. Work it. Learn the double hit movement.

Hit it once with each hand. Hit it 25 times with each hand. Alternate these routines, work hard and the speed bag can be a valuable tool. The flashy footwork will come naturally once you develop better conditioning and technique. That right there is the basic boxing footwork. Step with the lead foot and drag the rear foot.

This stepping and dragging boxing footwork technique ensures that your weight is grounded and always ready to attack or defend. It also prevents you from walking or crossing your feet which can make you fall off balance. You can use it defensively to avoid attacks, or offensively to find new punching angles.

Throwing punches is simply the act of being relaxed, then quickly accelerating your hand towards the target as you exhale sharply. You tighten your fist at the moment of impact and then relax the hand to throw more punches. The trick is to utilize your entire body weight behind the punch without falling off balance. Skills and experience will teach you over time. For a beginner, the most important thing is to learn the proper punching form.

Later on, you will be able to throw many different variations of punches from different positions and develop your own punching technique to fit your style. The jab is the most important punch in boxing. It can attack, defend, counter, score points, make space, and many other things.

A boxing trainer will usually tell you that every combo must start with the jab. Great fighters have great jabs. Bend your knees and waist if you want to throw a cross to the body. The right cross will naturally be your strongest punch because it comes from your dominant hand and gets leverage easily from the back. When combined, the jab and right cross become known as the basic but incredibly useful combination. The left hook is easily one of the deadliest punches in boxing. It comes from a side angle making it tricky to defend when an opponent is expecting straight punches.

You can throw left hooks to the head with your fist horizontal or vertical; for a beginner, I recommend you to use the ones that feels most natural. Left hooks to the body are the most common way to attack the body. Body shots typically take the wind out of you and kill your legs, hampering your ability to move. The left uppercut is a great punch to use on the inside or even mid-range.

The right uppercut is a devastating punch to use at close range or mid-range. Basic punch combinations for beginners! Learn the punch numbering system below and then try out all the basic combinations. You can throw these combinations in shadowboxing, on the bags, the mitts, or even in sparring. Every seasoned boxer will have mastered these combinations as second nature. You can throw whatever punches you want in whatever order you want.

There are definitely SOME guidelines, such as throwing fast feeler punches like the jab before you commit to the hard shots that leave you open longer. There many kinds of defensive techniques you may have heard of out there, some fancier than others.

The first thing a beginner boxer needs to learn is how to block. Blocking is the easiest way to stay in punching range without getting hurt.

And for beginners, blocking is the safest way because it closes off the punching angles. The main benefits of more advanced defense techniques is that they allow you to defend yourself without using your hands, this way your hands are free to punch back! Of course, there is more to blocking than simply bringing your gloves to you but this is a good start for beginners.

No need to do anything fancy, or get confused about where to place your hand. Pull your hands to your face, or pull your elbows to your body. You will always be attacking and defending simultaneously so you will need to combine your offensive and defensive boxing skills.

For a beginner, this easiest way to counter is to block first and then counter immediately after. Jabs can be countered by simultaneously throwing another punch, or blocking first and then countering.

The tricky part is figuring out how. The best way to get trained for boxing is to enter a real boxing gym full of licensed boxing trainers and competing amateur and professional boxers. There you would only have to follow instructions from the more experienced guys and eventually customize routines to fit your needs. A crucial tool for protecting your hands. Do not go around punching a heavy bag without hand protection, as this will likely screw up your wrist and injure you quickly.

You should be wearing handwraps everytime that you plan to put on boxing gloves. Having your own handwraps is like having your own socks. It will be filled with your sweat and your nasty odor. If you could only have one pair, get 16oz training gloves. If you can afford to have a second pair, get 12oz or 14oz for when you want to do some speed work on the heavy bag or double-end bag.

For sparring, always use 16oz. Smaller guys, women, or kids below lbs can train with 14oz gloves or less but otherwise I highly recommend the 16oz standard. Possible consequences: A you lose a tooth because the impact lands perfectly on one tooth instead of dispersing itself over your jaw. Higher likelihood of concussion for you. C You bite your tongue. Imagine how painful it is to give yourself a tongue piercing with your own teeth. However for a beginner just learning how to box and testing the waters, the following equipment may or may not be required.

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Do what you can with what you have. Boxing shoes increase your mobility and power in the ring. This is due to their superior grip and slim material which increases your agility. There is no other equipment that can improve your boxing ability faster than simply putting on a pair of boxing shoes. My favorite brands are Nike and Adidas. Everlast and Rival are also ok. In order of most important to least important. The people and environment you surround yourself with have a great effect on your self growth.

Training with trainers and better fighters will improve your skill level quickly. Training by yourself or with lower level fighters will slow your progress. With that said, being in a gym and working with a trainer is the best way to go. It will be tough and scary and out of your comfort zone but it will make you a better fighter! A partner can hold mitts for you, spar with you, run with you, train with you, motivate you and push you beyond your limits.

Boxing, like many other endeavors, is a thousand times more fun when done with others. Trying to box without a partner is like learning how to play chess all by yourself. Awesome way to develop accuracy, timing, and hand speed. I highly recommend this as a complement or even a substitute for the heavy bag, especially for higher-skilled boxers. The jump rope is a common way to warm-up, workout, or warm down for boxers. Great for developing rhythm, timing, accuracy, hand speed, and arm endurance.

The speed bag is absolutely crucial for serious boxers but not truly necessary for recreational ones. If you have access to one, great. You can spar anywhere but a boxing ring is best if you want to learn how to box according to the common rules and scenarios of boxing.

Having a ring helps limit the area so neither you or your opponent can run out of range. It also forces you to develop long range as well as close range fighting skills. On a more psychological level, being in a ring forces you to confront your opponent without any option to quit. Below is a general idea of a basic boxing workout. It might be too easy for the natural athletes but also too hard for others. Do what you can and work your way up.

If something feels hard to do, then you know you need to do it more. If something hurts, STOP. You start to wonder if boxing is even for you.

Here are some guides to help you overcome these mental challenges. Which is to do things the most natural and easy way for you. What matters is that you win, not the way you look. Your number one goal is to always make the best choice. And the best choice is what feels the easiest and most natural to you. A tall guy might find it easiest to fight tall. A short guy might find it easiest to find short.

Muhammad Ali can dance around the ring because he has great footwork. Your skills, physicality, and mentality will change over time and so will your style. Your style will continue to evolve as new movements and new approaches in fighting become more natural to you. But this only happens if you focus on yourself instead of trying to copy somebody else.

Sparring can very quickly become a dangerous thing for untrained wannabes. These things actually do happen. Go slow and work your way up to full speed, this is the only safe way to learn something. Go easy, go slow. I recommend to shadowbox fight against each other first mimic a fight without contacting , then going jabs only, before throwing all punches possible. Every beginner should at least start with this basic fight strategy.

You can use this in hard sparring or even in a fight. The goal is to score some points without leaving yourself completely open. You can get very far if you do this right. These are some general ideas to fighting different kinds of opponents. Ultimately, you will have to improve your conditioning and technique to improve your fighting ability. As your boxing skills develop, so will your ability to handle different kinds of opponents.

And even then, there will always be someone who easily negates your style. Power puncher — either use a good defense or move alot. The goal is to avoid his punches without using more energy them him. That means to use fast punches, not power punches.

Once you do, you can try more powerful shots. Be smart and aim with good punches. Come closer to him to take away his punching space or use a solid guard to block many of his punches. Try to trade punches and see if you can get them to tire out. The goal is to get into range without getting hit or using too much energy.

A good idea is to aim for the chest to force him to block there, then go for the head or the stomach. Is there a difference if i exhale through my mouth?

Exhaling through the mouth will slow down your breathing which can help you reserve more air for more punches. By the way, thanks for your advice — I think I might have found a gym nearby with a heavy bag that will let me train.

Keep up the awesome work! John N…. Thank you so much for all this material! Is there anyway we can make donations to your website? Hi, donations would be humbly accepted. Please send me an email is on the contact link bottom of the website and I can give you my paypal address from there. Thank you. Could you explain this?

Everyone uses it. The thing is: When pros do the step-drag, it looks effortless and natural. Outstanding compilation sir! That aside, I am curious how often you run across trainees that, after a few months, develop lower inner shin splints from the combination of jumping rope and jogging days a week my current issue.

I chose to take two months off for the holiday season to rest up as well as using the money saved for Christmas. Back to my main point, I thought I could work through the shin splints more irritable on left than right but this proved to be a mistake. Is this just a case of too much too soon? I used to get shin splints all the time in track and field.

But that will stretch you. I really wish you lived in Australia so I could come and train at your gym hahaha. My diet is pretty damn good and I get decent amounts of sleep every night. In your opinion, should be taking a little time off to rest and recover? Have you felt the same way before, and if so how did you push past it? One week I noticed that I was tiring out and not able to perform as well as usual. I consulted my coach who discretely obseverd me that day.

Before I left, he asked how my water intake was because he noticed I was hardly sweating despite my usual efforts. He informed me that I should be taking in about a gallon just under 4 litres a day.

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I followed his advice and was doing much better the next week. Learn to cycle your training and give yourself breaks. The breaks give you time to realize things and your muscles to come back stronger. Hey Johnny, I need some advice… I am a 18 year old short and muscular guy. I think your obvious problem is a lack in skill. Otherwise, you have no choice but to continue getting beat up or go to a new gym. Too old for boxing at 18? Bernard Hopkins started at 26, and look at him.

Or better yet, find another gym. As for fighting…I would say that you need to work on keeping your distance with footwork. Trying to stay inside or anywhere without being able to see your opponent is asking for a knockout. Look for openings. Remember, every time he punches he leaves an opening, so take advantage of it! I too started out in rural town in Southwest New Mexico.

My heavybag was hung between two trees and my speedbag platform was attached to the Clothes line when people used to hang clothes to dry.


I also sparred with my dad alot. It has not been easy but growing up in a small town is no excuse not to follow your dreams. If you want it bad enough, you will find a way to make it happen. Thank you for the fast reply. A bag can be used for developing technique or developing conditioning, or even both. My point is to focus more on the skill aspect. I think the biggest problem with the scoring system is corruption, not necessarily the scoring system itself.

Whatever rules the organization uses, it has to abide by them. I have just started sparring at a gym and i have only been training for 2 months. My coach says im way farther than most beginners but i still have a lot to work on. One of the things is being able to punch through my target and my whole misunderstanding of power in my combination punches.

The next thing is, should i be utilizing power in every punch for a combination or should i use it for the one punch i feel i can tag him with?.

This question is far more complicated than you think.

You can throw power punches in combinations only if they land. Otherwise, committing to a big shot could leave you vulnerable. Well, if all you need is a body then any person will do friend, local martial arts club. MMA gyms are another option. Thank you for sharing your motivational story with me, Joaquin. I know there is no excuse for someone to not pursue their dream. Johnny, what is your prediction on the outcome of the 4th fight by Manny Pacquiao VS.

Manuel Marquez. Random question: I am attending a MMA gym that teaches boxing and thats all i want to learn. The gym always has the same people, all of them are pro mma fighters and no true boxers. There are virtually no beginners, just the same pro mma guys.

Sparring isnt an issue but im not learning anything new. Basically im seen as another guy in the gym, more so a new kid.

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All i do is go in and hit the bag, there are no classes, and the supposed head boxing coach always looks at what i do and laughs. Should i continue this little game or part ways and find a better gym?

I have been on the prowl for a good gym that actually teaches for 2 years and no dice. Im in Georgia. Look up the local amateur boxing shows and see where the teams are located. I recommend heavyweights to do all the same drills as any boxer. To Johnny N, Thank you so much sir! I have been a big fan for boxing for over 3 years now and have been trying to get involved in the sports for this time and have been struggling.

Keep looking around at local clubs, maybe the MMA ones. It would be a good fit for someone like you. I think they are really great and has inspired me to get into boxing.

I use to be really into weight lifting working out 5 days a week 1 hour a day. I was wondering if you do any workouts at home and if you could write an article or video of the equipment you would need to do so? Also if you could do videos of a full one round of your workout? Videos that shows one round on heavy bag, speed bag, double end bag, shadow boxing and etc. Kind of like a workout dvd and your our own trainer for us who want to do this at home for a workout.

Thank you again keep up the good work. Basically just a begginner and having trouble relaxing whilst training, always very tense and whilst being tense all the time i run out of energy real quick. How do you practice punching quicker without loading up? When im told to snap the jab out i just naturally load up to speed my punches up and having trouble loosing this bad habit?

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Keep training. Beginners will have to spend some time before you get any good at it. Boxing is hard!

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