New Book Teaches the Techniques of Western Boxing
(Mikazuki Publishing News) November 3rd, 2013 - Boxing as a sport and as a form of entertainment has existed since 700 B.C. Western boxing started from bare knuckle prizefighting that was popular in England during the late 1500's to the mid 1700's. As the world's most popular spectator combat sport, boxing events draw the largest viewing audiences and the most lucrative purses for its participants. The newest book title by Mikazuki Publishing House, "The Art of Western Boxing: Pugilism 101" (ISBN-13:978-0983594659) is a beginners boxing manual that teaches the fundamentals of boxing including properly striking, blocking, parrying, and movement. This book gives step-by-step instruction in the basic techniques of attacking, defending, and the use of footwork. "The Art of Western Boxing: Pugilism 101" (ISBN-13:978-0983594659) is in stores now. For more information visit MikazukiPublishingHouse.com
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