Boxing: The Ultimate Guide To Beginning Boxing

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Are you new to boxing and don’t know where to start? People come to boxing for a variety of different reasons and goals. Some come to the sport as a tool for self-defense, others come for fitness, and some have aspirations to compete.

Boxing is a great workout, perhaps the most challenging of all sports. It requires speed, agility, finesse, power, endurance, and ultimate mental toughness.

Boxing pushes you like no other, pitting the finest and highest level athletes against each other. It’s the sweet science but at the same time also a raw and brutal sport.

More importantly boxing takes you further than you ever thought possible. Boxing makes you more alive than ever, more humble in defeat, and most glorious in victory. Boxing reveals the true fighter deep inside every single one of us.

Here is what you will learn in Boxing: The Ultimate Guide To Beginning Boxing
Introduction / What is boxing?The history of boxingHow to find a gym to train at and check the instructor is legitimateTraining and Gym EtiquetteWhat training gear will you needIs boxing useful for Self Defence?Is boxing right for women?How long before I am competent in boxing?I have never done a martial art before can I still do boxing?Can you still do boxing if you are overweight and unfit?What is the risk of brain trauma?Common Boxing combinationsThe difference between orthodox and southpaw boxersBeginner sparring tipsSparring etiquetteHow to get your amateur boxing licenseHow to get your first amateur boxing boutConclusion

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Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1441 KB
  • Print Length: 31 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B010C2ZSAC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Not Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

Great tips and insights

 on 10 October 2015
By P. Raf-D
I like boxing, and I purchased this book to be able to understand the ring language better, particularly the punch combinations. However, I’ve ended up learning a lot more, and my interest in the game has gone up. I liked the real life examples throughout the book with some of the boxing legends the world has ever seen; this will help to keep many readers hooked. Overall, I think anyone who is interested in taking up the sport or just interested in enjoying watching it better will find this book useful.

Great guide for beginners

 on 19 November 2016
By Cormac Murnion
Let me get this strait I’m Cormac’s son and I’ve just started boxing but this is a great guide showing combinations videos on how to performs punches and just shows me the A to Z of boxing, a bit short though still give it a five stars for informativity, is that even a word? It’s the only description I can think of

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