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Old 08-01-2007, 02:43 AM   #1
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If you experienced boxers/trainers had to pick one thing for a fresh, new to the sport boxer in training to really work on and get down-pat perfect for their best results for once they start sparring, what would it be?
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stance.
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If you experienced boxers/trainers had to pick one thing for a fresh, new to the sport boxer in training to really work on and get down-pat perfect for their best results for once they start sparring, what would it be?

footwork and jab

I know its 2, but they are a tie in my book. Also conditioning.

With good footwork, a good jab, and good conditioning, you can win fights
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yah but u need the stance.
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footwork and jab

I know its 2, but they are a tie in my book. Also conditioning.

With good footwork, a good jab, and good conditioning, you can win fights

I have heard many times "a good jab". I am new and so I must ask what exactly is a really good jab? I ask because it seems like such an easy punch when I have been practicing it. Obviously I have noticed that many great fighters could win because of their jab so I would guess maybe you are talking a really accurate and quick jab will win fights?
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quick and accurate and strong jab. but if you dont have a good stance you cant fight well.
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quick and accurate and strong jab. but if you dont have a good stance you cant fight well.
I figured footwork and stance were kind of interconnected. I know a trainer can smooth over most of my questions but I dont want to go and get a trainer while im out of shape. Im just trying to learn as much as I can so I dont embarass myself in a few months when I do decide to get one
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How you move forward and back, left and right, hands high, chin tucked.
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It depends on the fighter if he is tall with long arms I would work more jabs and straight rights, if he is short I would learn him to fight inside.
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