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.
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.
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.
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.
Nutrition for boxing can be very different than nutrition for other sports. This article will focus on what boxers in particular need for great boxing.
One of the key reasons for the rising popularity of boxing in recent times is the fitness it can provide. Many people do acknowledge that boxing is one of the best ways to get in shape and stay in shape. In this article, I want to aggregate the fitness benefits of boxing.
This article offers some guidelines for blocking in boxing. For rookies and seasoned boxers, blocking is probably the easiest active defense there is. Along with being relatively easy, it is probably the most effective active defense there is. What more could you ask for?
The last punches to learn are the uppercuts. An uppercut is a punch that is thrown upwards instead of straight ahead (jab and straight) or looping to a side (lead and rear hooks).