At-Home Practice for Boxing II

I think I used all my caffeine keeping up with you today at boxing because I totally realized too late my spelling errors in the post I posted on Instagram Story. Sorry about that. I had a good giggle over it though.

TODAY'S WORKOUT FOCUS...

outboxing style -- get in, get out, and keep your jab out

body straight

body jab

upper body

jump hook

fainting (with the double jab)


TODAY'S AT-HOME PRACTICE...


ROUND 1: AMRAP

10x body straight

10x body jab

10x upper jab

10x jump hook


ROUND 2: EMOM

(1 minute per combo)

10x 1-1, body straight, long lead hook

10x 1, upper jab, long rear hook

10x 1, body jab, 2, long lead hook


ROUND 3: Fast Feet -- 20:10

20 secs. up, down

10 secs. squats

20 secs. in-in, out-out

10 secs. lunges

20 secs. Ali shuffle

10 secs. rest

x2


ROUND 4: Shadow Boxing


Repeat the above four rounds x2 for a total of 8 rounds of boxing.


PRO TIPS...

  • Remember to use your reach and not lean forward to hit your target.

  • Keep your body weight/balance in the middle -- 50% of your body weight on each leg.

  • Use your shoulders. If you're throwing a straight, throw your lead shoulder back. This will instantly extend your reach.

  • An outfighter stays away, stays out of reach of their opponent, hence the name "outfighter", so be mindful of this when you practice this style. Get in, throw your punches, and then get out. Retreat. An outfighter doesn't depend on weaving or slipping, because they get in and get out, so their main line of defence is creating that space between them and their opponent.

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