Boxing Tips

Discussion in 'Boxing' started by YODA, Nov 3, 2003.

  1. punchfast

    punchfast New Member

    Speed Bag Techniques


    A direct link related to this: Techniques and combinations


    And here is a useful link to "Speed Bag Central", A website dedicated to teaching speed bag training. :love:

    ...Put a little Rhythm in YOUR workout.
  2. Yukimushu

    Yukimushu MMA addict

    Nice one PunchFast :D Thanks for these!
  3. inosanto1

    inosanto1 Valued Member

    any idea where Brendan Ingles boxing gym is, i would like to go down there, i inly live about 30 mins from meadowhall
  4. YODA

    YODA The Woofing Admin Supporter

    [font=verdana, arial, helvetica][font=verdana, arial, helvetica]St Thomas Boys and Girls Gym in Wincobank.

    Not sure of the exact address - sorry.

  5. oldshadow

    oldshadow Valued Member

    Good post Yoda. These are the same things I have always taught my new boxers. Good basics are always the most important. Too many young boxers try to fight like a pro when they haven’t master the basics.
  6. inosanto1

    inosanto1 Valued Member

    when is the gym open, i have been down there and it has been closed
  7. jokerlaughsatu

    jokerlaughsatu New Member

    Let this be a warning to migraine sufferers. never let your doc prescribe vicodin. I was reading the post and thinking hmmmmm. this is good stuff i should post it on MAP.
  8. BoxBabaX

    BoxBabaX H+F Baba ^^

    nice stuff, just a quick comment

    Excellent post, with nice replies, just one comment.

    It is true that punching is useless without hips, which gives the momentum, but 1 thing i didnt notice reading (i may have missed it) is that the ground is you're key ally in boxing, since all ure power comes from it, without youre legs, there wont be power behind those punches, even with a well developed upper body.

    correct me if iam mistaken in my reading, good stuff though. :D
  9. Yukimushu

    Yukimushu MMA addict

    Awsome article about the benifits boxing will bring to your fight game.

  10. Allan I

    Allan I New Member

    very informative
  11. Yukimushu

    Yukimushu MMA addict

  12. rebounds3

    rebounds3 New Member

    speed bag seminar

    Great link, Yukimushu! I hadn't seen that sight, and the video's are great. Last year I was lucky enough to attend a speed bag training seminar taught by this guy in Sarasota Florida. Seeing and hearing it live was AWESOME! And the best part is he was a really cool guy, very personable and a great teacher. He said he had some people working on a website, so I guess its up now.
  13. Yukimushu

    Yukimushu MMA addict

    Here's an excellent Heavy bag workout article.

  14. speedbag

    speedbag Valued Member

    Heavy bag workout


    Once again, you find and post very useful information. YOU lead the league in excellent posts. thanks.
  15. Yukimushu

    Yukimushu MMA addict

    Why thank you kind sir *bows* :)
  16. Yukimushu

    Yukimushu MMA addict

    A nice article found on talking of the martial side of boxing.

  17. funkymonk

    funkymonk Valued Member

    Great post by Yoda. Some really helpful advice in there.
    I'm starting boxing again once a week after a 16 year break so the info has been invaluable. Thanks again :)
  18. speedbag

    speedbag Valued Member

  19. braniff_888

    braniff_888 New Member

    Excellent post, defiently useful info their and it's defiently going to make my punches more effective, when im KickBoxing :cool:

    Keep the Tips coming
  20. inosanto1

    inosanto1 Valued Member

    i would say that the whole body mechanics has to be right for yhr perfecr punch, legs arms hips upper body and the hand position :D

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