The One-two Punch Boxing Workout: 12 Weeks to Knock-out Fitness

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Contemporary Books, Sep 1, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 145 pages
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Over 10 million individuals in North America participate in some form of boxing or cardio-kickboxing workout at least once a month. Boxers have to be in prime condition to enter the ring. Andy Dumas and Jamie Somerville, Canada's leading fitness-boxing experts, teach readers how to have fun and boost stamina, strength and agility while throwing punches in their new book, THE ONE-TWO PUNCH BOXING WORKOUT. Readers wanting a new and different fitness training regimen will find this book and program informative and the results rewarding. THE ONE-TWO PUNCH BOXING WORKOUT takes the best part of boxing training and combines it with mainstream fitness. The easy to follow One-Two Punch Program combines fitness boxing, cardio-conditioning and muscle conditioning, covering all aspects of fitness in a cross-training format. * Dramatically increases stamina, power, speed, and agility * Teaches throwing effective punches and moving with the focus and dexterity of a boxer * Requires no contact or prior boxing experience "The One-Two Punch Program describes in detail the training of a boxer," says Dumas. "But this is not just a boxing book. The intent is not to promote physical contact and does not address fighting matches. The intent is to fully describe, illustrate and explain how a boxer trains to become more physically fit, fit enough to get in a ring and compete."

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About the author (2001)

Andy Dumas (Ontario, Canada) is a certified boxing coach, a certified fitness consultant, and the producer of the wildly popular series of fitness boxing videotapes "The One-Two Punch."

Jamie Somerville (Ontario, Canada) has worked in the fitness industry for more than 15 years and is featured with Andy Dumas in "The One-Two Punch" fitness boxing videotapes.

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