Category: Boxing

How to hit a sack: learn boxing easily! Tricks

Whether for contact sports professionals looking to improve their technique, or amateur sports, hitting a bag is the ideal activity to download our stress and relieve tension. This activity is very simple, but carries a serious risk of injury to our hands and wrists, so it is vital to have adequate protection and follow some simple guidelines for attaining the proper technique. Those who want to start in the beating of the bag and not have the supervision of a trainer understand the issue, should consider a number of issues that we consider below.

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Instructions

  1. First, we must choose the model sack large bags are designed and intended to develop punching power, while the lightest (Speed bag) fit better with those who want to work the speed and reflexes. Due to its characteristics, heavy sacks move less and absorb more shock, because the blows propose here must be deeper and stronger. On the other hand, the lighter sacks help us to better exercise evasive head, improving the speed of our reflexes and strengthen the waist. The weight of the bag shall be a minimum of 50% of the fighter in question, if he wants to be gaining power. Read more »

How to hit a punching bag

If you have given a punching bag and do not know how to use it, follow these tips and make the most out of your workouts. Workouts with the punching bag help increase the speed and accuracy of your moves while burning the body fat and tone your muscles.

Boxing sacks are commonly used by boxers to exercise your muscles. Today, both men and women stay fit and discharged tensions with the help of a punching bag and exercises that can be performed very complete.

fighting fit

Generally men who practice martial arts and boxing are used to tone the muscles. However, women often use it to strengthen their physical form. Read more »

GSP retains his title!

The third round had barely started and Georges St-Pierre was in disorder. Shaken by a kick that came from him touching the right temple, the champion was in waters he had not visited since he had lost his belt five years earlier at the hands of Matt Serra.

Georges St-Pierre

Suddenly, questions to which he had to reply since the announcement of his return and the answers he had repeated wanted more say anything. Carlos Condit could feel the glory and GSP was too busy to survive. Read more »

Lucian has regained confidence

Lucian and I had always won as a team and we have learned to lose as a team. There are many athletes, who share ownership of the successes and disappointments, but Lucian is not like that and he deserves my admiration. We decided to make a comeback after the defeat against Carl Froch, but with an improved team.

Lucian Bute

We took a certain routine, but with a little more confidence. Historically, Lucian was sometimes on autopilot and the idea was to bring the manual mode. Years led he to develop certain reflexes was correct because he won, but it was important to reassess everything. Should not, however believe that everything we did before was not good. That Lucian has done over the years is simply remarkable. He defended his belt against opponents who were available and despite what people may say, we do not see a time when a Quebec boxer can repeat his exploits. Read more »

GARCIA PASSES KOS MORALES 4TH

Danny Garcia defeated Erik Morales by TKO in the fourth round to retain his WBC and WBA titles super-light the first boxing event presented the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Garcia (25-0) defeated Morales for the second time this year, but this fight was easier that Garcia won by unanimous decision in Houston on March 24.

Danny Garcia and Erik Morales

After a quiet first two rounds, Garcia stepped up attacks in the third body. Garcia continued at the same pace in the fourth to win the fight by KO 16th of his career. Morales hit it on the right side of his head with a good left before climbing cables, triumphant, pending the official announcement. The American Devon Alexander, 25, grabbed the belt IBF welterweight dominant points by a unanimous decision of the judges his fellow veteran Randall Bailey, aged 38, on Saturday in New York. Alexander, dominating from the start of hostilities throughout the game, finished the fight twelve times with scores of 115-111, 116-110 and 117-109 in his favor to show a record of 24 wins and 1 loss. Read more »

A. STEVENSON WANTS TO WIN STEWARD

LONGUEUIL – Although Adonis Stevenson prepares to play a welterweight eliminator middleweight IBF, this is not the idea of being a win a championship bout that inspired the world raise more when the ring the Bell Centre Friday night. Stevenson will instead offer a victory to his trainer and manager Emanuel Steward, who had to pause all activities after surgery to the stomach last month.

A. STEVENSON

Stevenson (18-1, 15 KOs) will count on the presence of his mentor in his corner for his duel against American Donovan George (23-2-1, 20 KOs) in end of the first gala of the third season of the series “Fast and Furious” Group Yvon Michel. “I was surprised to learn that he was sick,” admitted Stevenson on Tuesday in connection with a presented in a public workout gym Longueuil on the south shore of Montreal. “We’ve spoken since, but it is obvious that I dedicate this fight to Emanuel.” The absence of Stewart, however, did not messed preparing Stevenson, since it is always under the supervision of trained Derrick Colemon and Javan Sugar Hill since he established his headquarters at the famous Kronk Gym in Detroit. Read more »

 

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