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Old 11-18-2012, 03:31 PM   #12
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Default Re: how much difference does 1 pound make in boxing?

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Originally Posted by NoNeck View Post
It's not the amount of weight. It's that there's nothing left to lose. The first 10 or 15 pounds can be easier than the last 3.
This is the perfect way to describe it.

If you have it to lose, either in body fat or water, a single pound is literally nothing at all.

If you are already dry as a bone, and your ribs are visible, you are going to seriously diminish yourself shaving it. Seriously. I say a junior lightweight spitting into a trash can once before a weigh in desperately trying to get that last bit of moisture out. He was a 17 year old amateur. It was horrifying.
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