Chin exercises

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by Sugar Footed Sam, May 29, 2019.



  1. Sugar Footed Sam

    Sugar Footed Sam New Member Full Member

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    Currently experimenting with building my punch resistance as far as I'm aware their are isometric neck bridges rolling ones and headgear to lift weights with your neck I'm looking for any form of extra training for durability your neck traps and cardio seems to fit the bill i understand often the heart is the biggest factor but I'm trying to be the best with what god blessed me with all ideas welcome.

    (Currently)
    Five minutes neck bridge hold
    Two minutes of rolling bridges
    A minute an a half of neck hand stands
    Three sets of seven weights
    (Head Harness, Delts and Traps)
    I also across the day chew gum and beef jerky aswell as moon howls in the morning.
     
    Last edited: May 30, 2019
  2. Songshadow

    Songshadow Dogged & Relentless Full Member

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    Nearly every boxer drops his chin just before he swings, or punches.
    When you see him tilt his head forward, and lowers his chin, do your best to beat him to the punch.
    I am not that fast but maybe you are. As for me, I just get ready to block the punch, or get out of the way.
    Watch some old videos, and you will see what I mean!
     
  3. Saintpat

    Saintpat Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Neck bridges are the best and most basic exercise. The head is held in place by the neck, obviously, so the stronger the neck the better the base to keep your head from being knocked back.

    You can also take a towel, roll it up and wrap it behind your head and resist when someone in front of you tries to pull it forward. Then have them stand behind and do the same thing.
     
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