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.
Ring generalship is one of the central components of the scoring criteria of bouts, and it is often referred to in boxing.
This will be a short post about the punch numbering system in boxing. The numbering system can vary from coach to coach, gym to gym, but there is a standard way which most people learn when they first start boxing.
For the advanced boxer, here are short descriptions of selected and useful variations of the 2.
This article covers a defensive tactic called “The Pull-Slip,” an effective maneuver for discouraging your opponent from proceeding.
Part of landing a knockout punch requires, of course, power, but the other part of it requires timing.
Sabas’ SuperSoft gloves feature dual layer padding and are similar to Winning.
The drill in this article, Armagometry, focuses on developing harmony, and as a result, coordination between your arms and legs.