Part of landing a knockout punch requires, of course, power, but the other part of it requires timing.
The drill in this article, Armagometry, focuses on developing harmony, and as a result, coordination between your arms and legs.
The pendulum step is a rhythmic, quick back-and-forth step and is useful for amateur boxing.
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.
Parrying is a defensive maneuver, where you swipe your opponent’s punch away.
An L-step is a distinctive step that boxers take to quickly move laterally. Moving laterally is necessary if you want to find more angles and openings for your shots.
Sometimes your straight gets blocked or parried too much. This can happen often if your opponent is used to a straight that comes down the pipe. If this does happen, then throwing an overhand straight can help you land your straight.