Cleto Reyes Facesaver Head Guard Review

I recently purchased a new head guard, in the past I hadn’t really spent a lot of money on my headguards but since this is a full time job for me, it makes sense to purchase a high quality headguard and invest in my equipment. There were only two choices for me, Cleto Reyes or […]

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Drills For Sparring

Drills For Sparring The old saying goes ‘repetition is the mother of all learning’ and for any sport you play, this is very true. In boxing, whilst we may work on the mitts or on the bag, nothing is better than sparring for getting you ready for your fight, it is the closest thing to […]

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The Basics of Boxing Footwork

The Basics of Boxing Footwork   Boxing attracts fans and participants more for the hands than the feet, but once you start boxing, you quickly realise it is not your hands that set up your foundation for success, but your legs. You can hit as hard or fast as you like, if you do not […]

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RingsideReport Interviews Fayz Fitness

RingsideReport Interviews Fayz Fitness The Ringsidereport.com or RSR as it is better known, is one of the USA’s most popular boxing websites, it is co- owned by the former heavyweight boxer James ‘Quick’ Tillis – who was the first man to take a prime Mike Tyson the distance, as well as facing other well known […]

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When Dreams Come True….The Story of Sugar Ray Robinson vs Jimmy Doyle

When Dreams Come True….The Story of Sugar Ray Robinson vs Jimmy Doyle The mind is an amazing thing, it is more powerful than the body and it is the engine for what drives us and guides us through life, if the mind is strong and focused then life becomes better, if the mind is weak […]

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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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