Fighting Fit: Boxing Workouts, Techniques, and Sparring

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Tracks Publishing, Oct 1, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 224 pages
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A boxer’s workout is a fantastic way to burn calories—it is engaging, exhilarating, and effective. Going beyond jumping rope and punching the heavy bag, this guide describes intermediate and advanced boxing skills that will help anyone improve their performance in the ring. This boxing workout will help develop body and character so that athletes can get into the best shape of their lives, build self-confidence, and be winners in and out of the ring.

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This book is great for beginners who want to learn the basics of boxing footwork ect. . This book would be great compilment to a boxing class at your gym. Read full review


Countering head shots
Countering body shots
Flow drills
Situational sparring
Resistance training
Cardiovascular training

Defensive moves
Mirror training
Bag drills
Punches on the bag
Footwork with the bag
Defense on the bag
Partner drills
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Doug Werner is the author of the 12-book Start-Up Sports series that includes guides on surfing, snowboarding, sailing, in-line skating, bowling, longboarding,golfing, fencing, backbacking, and skateboarding. He lives in San Diego, California. Alan Lachica is a certified USA Amateur Boxing coach and the owner of Cross Boxing. He lives in La Jolla, California.

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