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Old 11-18-2012, 04:57 PM   #1
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Default Any ideas? Teaching a new pro to relax

I have a young welter, who is 6-0, who just throws punches when he is slugging it out with an oppt, and leaves himself open to counters.
I told him and his coach to review the Joe Louis - Max Baer
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The part I told them to watch was when Baer tried to force Louis into a slugging match and how Louis adjusted to it.

My kid has a stalker puncher style. He had a tough fight with a guy who forced him into a slugfest, so now I want him to learn, one, not to fight his oppts fight 2, I want him to relax so that he can throw inside the pocket if an oppt comes at him throwing heavy leather.
Any ideas?
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Old 11-18-2012, 05:21 PM   #2
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Get him a strength and conditioning coach.
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Old 11-18-2012, 05:24 PM   #3
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Get him a strength and conditioning coach.
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Get him a strength and conditioning coach.
hahahhaa
I laughed at this hard. Nice one mate.
First of all dont ask advice on forums.
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Old 11-18-2012, 06:15 PM   #5
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First of all dont ask advice on forums.
Not the best idea on a forum where just a few hours ago you were trying to piss everyone off.
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:00 PM   #6
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Get him a strength and conditioning coach.
S&C guys needed to work Virus lame muscle between his ears. please help him he will be easy to find under any bridge, with a "I am a broke ass S&C coach, will work for food", keep posting I get a laugh at your posts and at your expense ya know the good thing about a forum which you yappers havent I can easily ignore your childish and foolish remarks. You are like a old lady, who nitpicks things cos they have no life. Oh, I forgot
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S&C guys needed to work Virus lame muscle between his ears. please help him he will be easy to find under any bridge, with a "I am a broke ass S&C coach, will work for food", keep posting I get a laugh at your posts and at your expense ya know the good thing about a forum which you yappers havent I can easily ignore your childish and foolish remarks. You are like a old lady, who nitpicks things cos they have no life. Oh, I forgot
I take it by the "lame muscle between his ears" you're referring to my brain? Since when is the brain a muscle you tard?

I'm also not a strength and conditioning coach...

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Old 11-18-2012, 07:10 PM   #8
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Not the best idea on a forum where just a few hours ago you were trying to piss everyone off.
The nitpicker you are generalizing with pissing everybody off, what did you say you were doing "Trolling", I see you have gone on other threads and just look to nitpick, to stir up shit.
Trollin', trollin', trollln' down the river. You know what I have given you a new life coming on this forum and being stoooopit here, there and everywhere. LOL,Ha, Ha
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The nitpicker you are generalizing with pissing everybody off, what did you say you were doing "Trolling", I see you have gone on other threads and just look to nitpick, to stir up shit.
Trollin', trollin', trollln' down the river. You know what I have given you a new life coming on this forum and being stoooopit here, there and everywhere. LOL,Ha, Ha
I'm not pissing anyone else off except for you. Everyone is laughing at you in case you didn't notice.

And obviously I'm trollin' to annoy you which is clearly working. HA HA
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:16 PM   #10
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I take it by the "lame muscle between his ears" you're referring to my brain? Since when is the brain a muscle you tard?

I'm also not a strength and conditioning coach...

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I AM SAYING BETWEEN YOUR EARS, I didn't mention anybody else,, and as always the hidden old lady in you cant help nitpicking,NEXT!
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I AM SAYING BETWEEN YOUR EARS, I didn't mention anybody else,, and as always the hidden old lady in you cant help nitpicking,NEXT!
What? It also seems reading comprehension isn't a strong point of yours.
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I take it by the "lame muscle between his ears" you're referring to my brain? Since when is the brain a muscle you tard?

I'm also not a strength and conditioning coach...

Fail.
Nowhere in that post was a brain mentioned, also if you are not a S&C guy, you must be a hugger, and in love with your S&C guy
Since I now know I am dealing with children, I will reply to all you and all the other yappers in smilies form
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I'm not pissing anyone else off except for you. Everyone is laughing at you in case you didn't notice.

And obviously I'm trollin' to annoy you which is clearly working. HA HA
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