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slip&counter 12-19-2012 09:21 AM

My first steps into training and coaching..
 
So after years of deliberating and procrastinating. I've decided to take the plunge and start training young boxers. I'm ganna train my son anyway, who's not yet in his teens, but i'm also ganna start to hopefully train others. I've spent time learning and helping out young amateurs in the past. Now the plan is to get into it more and dedicate more time.

I have a bit of an old school approach to things.

So, any advise for me fellas as i take this journey?

Oh and if anyone is ever in Islington ABC, say hello.

tonyb 12-19-2012 09:47 AM

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keep it simple in the beggining. fighters can only learn as mutch at the same time. WARM up and cool down properly so they dont get injury. learn how to have balance with the feets before anything else!! a car with less air in one of the tires will be unbalanced to drive. PM me if u have any questions:)

dealt_with 12-19-2012 10:00 AM

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Old school approach... what do you mean by that?

Boxing&Blues 12-19-2012 10:02 AM

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Teach him to be a defensive master in the mould of locche.

scrap 12-19-2012 10:44 AM

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Good Luck at Islington, great Club, I was there at the start :yep. Give my regards to everyone :good

RichC 12-19-2012 03:07 PM

Re: My first steps into training and coaching..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by slip&counter (Post 14431789)
So after years of deliberating and procrastinating. I've decided to take the plunge and start training young boxers. I'm ganna train my son anyway, who's not yet in his teens, but i'm also ganna start to hopefully train others. I've spent time learning and helping out young amateurs in the past. Now the plan is to get into it more and dedicate more time.

I have a bit of an old school approach to things.

So, any advise for me fellas as i take this journey?

Oh and if anyone is ever in Islington ABC, say hello.

That's a great club to start your journey with - They must have well over 50 competing boxers at all levels - massive club.

Good luck mate.

Jdsm 12-19-2012 03:22 PM

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I'd love to get in to actually coaching boxing eventually, best of luck mate.

brown bomber 12-19-2012 06:07 PM

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Good luck mate your on the money with a lot of things.

dempsey1234 12-19-2012 06:07 PM

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Originally Posted by dealt_with (Post 14431980)
Old school approach... what do you mean by that?

Exactly what he said, old school approach, thats not to hard to understand. :huh

dempsey1234 12-19-2012 06:47 PM

Re: My first steps into training and coaching..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by slip&counter (Post 14431789)
So after years of deliberating and procrastinating. I've decided to take the plunge and start training young boxers. I'm ganna train my son anyway, who's not yet in his teens, but i'm also ganna start to hopefully train others. I've spent time learning and helping out young amateurs in the past. Now the plan is to get into it more and dedicate more time.

I have a bit of an old school approach to things.

So, any advise for me fellas as i take this journey?

Oh and if anyone is ever in Islington ABC, say hello.

Nothing wrong with the old school approach, these yappers will have you believing that, you are ignorant, if you dont know what they know.
There are ton's of training vid's on youtube, featuring many styles, see which one's work for you. One of the things Emmanuel Steward, would emphasize is proper balance and the basic's. Good luck to you, seems you were wise in your choice of gyms, plenty of quality sparring.

dealt_with 12-19-2012 08:09 PM

Re: My first steps into training and coaching..
 
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Originally Posted by dempsey1234 (Post 14434656)
Exactly what he said, old school approach, thats not to hard to understand. :huh

Maybe some people when they say 'old school' mean working hard and focusing on skills, others like yourself when you say 'old school' mean being a backwards ass re**** who is scared of any advancements and growth. Old school is an ambiguous term so I'm asking him what he meant. Is that alright? Mind your own business, I don't want any input from you.

dempsey1234 12-20-2012 12:14 AM

Re: My first steps into training and coaching..
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by dealt_with (Post 14435277)
Maybe some people when they say 'old school' mean working hard and focusing on skills, others like yourself when you say 'old school' mean being a backwards ass re**** who is scared of any advancements and growth. Old school is an ambiguous term so I'm asking him what he meant. Is that alright? Mind your own business, I don't want any input from you.

:D:lol:wot a load of tripe:lol:you know what you meant, MAN UP. "some people when they say 'old school' mean working hard and focusing on skills, :huh, I THINK EVERYBODY THAT COMES ON HERE CAN FIGURE WHAT OLD SCHOOL IS AND WHAT YOU MEANT. WHAT YOU MEANT TO SAY WAS "others like yourself when you say 'old school' mean being a backwards ass re**** who is scared of any advancements and growth.", MAN UP THATS WHAT YOU MEANT, JEEZ THATS BEEN YOUR ONLY SONG AND DANCE

"Mind your own business", THIS IS MY BUSINESS, YOU KEEP ATTACKING HARD WORKING MEN WHO PUT IN THE HOURS RAIN OR SHINE "I don't want any input from you" WHY NOT, JUST COS I AM A RE****?:D "Old school is an ambiguous term", OMG! YOU JUST CANT BE SERIOUS:patsch

brown bomber 12-20-2012 01:36 AM

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Old school is another term for uneducated.

"Hello I'm an old school trainer, what I mean by that is I have no understanding of physiology and I'm too lazy to find out".

dempsey1234 12-20-2012 02:31 AM

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Originally Posted by brown bomber (Post 14436393)
Old school is another term for uneducated.

"Hello I'm an old school trainer, what I mean by that is I have no understanding of physiology and I'm too lazy to find out".

Let me ask you something is your stupidity natural or do you use modern science and technology to enhance it? Just wonderin':thumbsup

"Duh, I am tryin' to show you how to box and you talkin' bout fishyologee"

BoxinScienceUSA 12-20-2012 02:47 AM

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for me, "old school" means "traditional".


someone who trains old school could very well use pushups instead of plyo ball pass. and most of the old timers i've worked with talk about how all they did, when they were young, for the first 6 months was a jab. now-a-days too many coaches try to teach tricks too early.


There's a balance between the old and the new. as a new trainer, stick with the fundamentals for your team's foundation.

good luck on your journey and check out this FREE online book by a really solid new school coach with old school wisdom.

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