It goes without saying that anyone who calls himself/herself a boxer must have sparred at least once. Arguably, the most important skills in boxing are acquired only through sparring. To put it simply: a boxer who doesn’t spar is like a track athlete who doesn’t run.
This article covers a defensive tactic called “The Pull-Slip,” an effective maneuver for discouraging your opponent from proceeding.
You can see many Olympians wearing Adidas Adipower boxing boots. Past Olympians like Erislandy Lara and Errol Spence Jr. seem to enjoy their pair.
The drill in this article, Armagometry, focuses on developing harmony, and as a result, coordination between your arms and legs.
Introduction We find this fight hard to gauge because they both possess exceptional skill. To the best of my ability, We will offer our prediction. Background Rigondeaux fights at super bantamweight (up to 122lbs) and […]
If you are entering collegiate boxing, you may ask yourself how much time do I need to prepare for competition, how do I train for the match, what kind of shape do I need to be in to compete. I will address all these questions in this article.
Sabas gloves are touted to be a good alternative to the Winning MS-600. I can’t say whether they deserve this reputation, but I can give you my insight about my pair and an overview of what others have to say about these gloves.
If a boxer wants to target the ribs of their opponent, there is no better punch than an explosive body hook. However, for many new boxers, throwing one may feel awkward because it is quite different from a high hook. This article introduces to the beginner boxer the body hook.