All posts by Fayz

Boxing Footwork – Why You Must Learn To Pivot

Why You Must Learn to Pivot The pivot is often an overlooked skill in boxing. There have been times I have trained guys who have been training at clubs for a year or more and have never been taught how to use the pivot. This is shocking because pivoting is a basic skill you must […]

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Four Ways You Can Make The Treadmill More Interesting

Four Ways You Can Make The Treadmill More Interesting…. I used to hate cardio but when it comes to boxing it is a neccessary evil. More specifically I was never a fan of running, but I have grown to like jogging outdoors, not least because of the positive effects it has on my boxing, but […]

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The Different Types of Jab

The Different Types of Jab The most important punch is a boxers arsenal, and the most commonly thrown punch, is none other than the jab. It is often called the can opener and for good reason. The jab can set up any punch and can be used in a variety of ways. It can be […]

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Five Boxers Who Would Have Been Just As Great in MMA

Five Boxers Who Would Have Been Just As Great in MMA The age old debate of boxing vs MMA has been done time and time again, the answer is obvious, both are great at what they do and both reign supreme in their own circles, whether that is the squared circle or the cage. Fights […]

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How to Set up Your Punches

How to Set up your Punches An often overlooked aspect in boxing for beginners is the ability to set up your punch. People often think you just walk in and throw your shots, but doing this is likely to end up with you getting punched in the face before you even throw your shot and […]

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Five Counters to the Right Cross

How to Counter the Right Cross The majority of boxers you come across will be fighting out of an orthodox stance, which means the right hand will be their stronger hand. Having the ability to both defend and counter their power shot will greatly increase your chances of victory, if you can hurt them when […]

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Why You Need To Have A Short Memory in the Ring…..

Why You Need To Have A Short Memory in the Ring…..   The man in the picture is one of the heavyweight greats, Joe Louis. Louis was as composed as they come, rarely ever getting into brawls, always cool inside the ring and always balanced, in position to throw his punches. One of the most […]

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The Difference Between Amateur and Pro Boxing

The Difference between Amateur and Professional Boxing What are the main differences between the two? On the face of it things don’t look much different, after all boxing is boxing, but the two are actually pretty different and there are some key aspects that couldn’t be further apart. In this article I take a look […]

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Fayz Fitness Makes A Cameo Appearance on Sky Sports Boxing….

So I was training down the gym last week and Sky Sports News had turned up to film a piece ahead of this weekends clash between Frank Buglioni, the British Light Heavyweight Champion and Callum Johnson. So out of the ring I went and in came Buglioni and Sky News Correspondent Andy Clarke. Watch the Light […]

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My Interview with Frank Buglioni – The British Light Heavyweight Champion

My Interview with Frank Buglioni – The British Light Heavyweight Champion Meet Frank Buglioni, the current British Light Heavyweight champion who is set to defend his title on Saturday March 24th against Callum Johnson, another undefeated opponent as Frank looks set to add his to ever growing reputation of stealing the ‘0’ from opponents and […]

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