1. Skipping - (How to Box) Quick Tutorial Video Series

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    Skipping is easy, it's just about the practice. For a complete beginner I always think it is best (as described in the video) to start without using the rope and just jump on the spot with your feet together and learn to jump to a rhythm. Once you have that off its time to introduce the rope. It might take a few goes, but you should be up to skipping on the spot with your feet together in no time. Even doing it like this you will get the benefits of the eye to feet coordination, timing and a great calf workout. Make sure you are skipping on the balls of your feet, that you have your feet together and that you are using your wrists and not your whole arm to rotate the rope. Keep your hands close to your sides, a common problem when first learning to skip is your arms slowly getting further away from you body as you skip, this lessens the height of the rope and causes the rope to hit your feet. Disclaimer - Some exercises may not be suitable for everyone. You should consult your doctor before begining any new exercise routine, especially if; - You have any pre-existing conditions - You are taking medications of any kind - You are suffering from an injury or illness or feeling unwell - You are pregnant - You have not exercised in a long while The creators, producers and distributors do not accept responsibility of any injury or accident occurred as a result of following this content. http://www.sneakpunch.com

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    • Hand Wraps - (How to Box) Quick Tutorial Video Series

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      In this video, I show a quick demonstration on how to put on hand wraps or bandages as I have always called them. There is nothing (and should be nothing) complicated about putting on your wraps. My way is simple, but is not the only way, again I as I always say use the way that makes you feel comfortable - try to keep your wrist fully supported and protected and keep the knuckles covered to prevent any damage. I like to loop around the thumb once just to give the thumb a bit of protection too. I always advise when buying wraps to buy the wraps that are slightly elasticated and have a bit of give in them as they are (in my opinion) easier to use and mold around your hands. There are other alternatives now to the standard wraps, with gel filled protectors and other solutions that some of my students use, but called me old fashioned, as I still prefer the wraps method. Disclaimer - Some exercises may not be suitable for everyone. You should consult your doctor before begining any new exercise routine, especially if; - You have any pre-existing conditions - You are taking medications of any kind - You are suffering from an injury or illness or feeling unwell - You are pregnant - You have not exercised in a long while The creators, producers and distributors do not accept responsibility of any injury or accident occurred as a result of following this content. http://www.sneakpunch.com

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      • The Guard - (How to Box) Quick Tutorial Video Series

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        Another important basic is the boxing guard. In this quick tip video I explain just 3 of the many guards that are available in boxing. The high guard - Great for using in close to protect your temples and jaw The low guard - Protecting your chin and jaw, the sides of your body and ready for lower shots by dropping your elbows The half guard (the Mayweather style guard) - This is great to use when you are against the ropes, a perfect base to defend and then throw your own punches - you really need to see some Mayweather fights if you want to see a master of this. Disclaimer - Some exercises may not be suitable for everyone. You should consult your doctor before begining any new exercise routine, especially if; - You have any pre-existing conditions - You are taking medications of any kind - You are suffering from an injury or illness or feeling unwell - You are pregnant - You have not exercised in a long while The creators, producers and distributors do not accept responsibility of any injury or accident occurred as a result of following this content. http://www.sneakpunch.com

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        • The Stance - (How to Box) Quick Tutorial Video Series

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          The boxing stance is a really important part of boxing. It is your foundation or base if you like, from where you will be throwing all your punches and defending from incoming punches. If the base is strong you will be able to punch harder and take punches better. There are 2 main types of stance, and they are dependant generally on whether you are right handed or left handed - The right hander will normally use an orthodox stance, this means having the right hand and foot at the back of the stance and the left handed person will normally use the opposite, the southpaw stance which will have the left hand and foot at the back. This is all due to power, in boxing the stronger hand is kept at the back and used as a power shot pushing up from the floor, twisting your hips and powering the back hand forward. Ultimately I don't believe there is an absolute perfect way to stand in the boxing stance, I think due to the different make up of peoples physical attributes all I can do as a trainer is get the student to feel as comfortable as possible in their particular stance. The football kick (as shown in the video) is a great way to do this as it doesn't stick to any hard and fast rules - be able to kick a football, stand shoulder or a little over shoulder width apart and keep to 50/50 body weight ratio (so you can come forward or retreat quickly) bend the legs slightly and you are done. Many great boxers have not conformed to a certain style of stance and here are some to name but a few. Disclaimer - Some exercises may not be suitable for everyone. You should consult your doctor before begining any new exercise routine, especially if; - You have any pre-existing conditions - You are taking medications of any kind - You are suffering from an injury or illness or feeling unwell - You are pregnant - You have not exercised in a long while The creators, producers and distributors do not accept responsibility of any injury or accident occurred as a result of following this content. http://www.sneakpunch.com

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          • Ringside's TKO #4 - Defending Against The Jab

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            Ringside's TKO #4 Learn 4 techniques to defend against the jab utilizing these tips from Ringside's own Albert Guardado Jr. Albert's boxing background includes: 3 Time US Championship Gold Medalist National Police Athletic League Tournament Gold Medalist World Championships Bronze Medalist Goodwill Games Bronze Medalist Olympic Festival Gold Medalist Pan-Am Games Bronze Medalist 1996 Member U.S. Olympic Team

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            • Ringside's TKO #3 - The Jab

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              Ringside TKO #3 Perfect your jab utilizing these tips from Ringside's own Albert Guardado Jr. Albert's boxing background includes: 3 Time US Championship Gold Medalist National Police Athletic League Tournament Gold Medalist World Championships Bronze Medalist Goodwill Games Bronze Medalist Olympic Festival Gold Medalist Pan-Am Games Bronze Medalist 1996 Member U.S. Olympic Team

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              • Ringside Double Guard Handwrap - NHW

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                The Double Guard Handwrap features half Mexican-style and half classic handwrap material. The unique design molds to the hand with stretch material and the non-stretch fabric folds over the top adding support. 90" segments and comes complete with a comfortable neoprene thumb loop with hook & loop closure. Buy it NOW! >> http://www.ringside.com/ringside/ringside-boxing-handwrap-with-neoprene-thumb.html

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                • Ringside TKO #2 - Ring Movement

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                  Ringside TKO #2 Perfect your footwork and ring movement utilizing these tips from Ringside's own Albert Guardado Jr. Albert's boxing background includes: 3 Time US Championship Gold Medalist National Police Athletic League Tournament Gold Medalist World Championships Bronze Medalist Goodwill Games Bronze Medalist Olympic Festival Gold Medalist Pan-Am Games Bronze Medalist 1996 Member U.S. Olympic Team

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                  • Ringside TKO #1 - The Basic Boxing Stance

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                    Ringside TKO #1 Tips on a proper boxing stance from Ringside's own Albert Guardado Jr. Including feet and hand placement. Albert's boxing background includes: 3 Time US Championship Gold Medalist National Police Athletic League Tournament Gold Medalist World Championships Bronze Medalist Goodwill Games Bronze Medalist Olympic Festival Gold Medalist Pan-Am Games Bronze Medalist 1996 Member U.S. Olympic Team

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                    • How to Use a Double End Bag

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                      Tips how to choose the right size double end bag and incorporate two different techniques into your training. Ringside's own Albert Guardado Jr. walks you through selecting the correct bag and utilizing this indispensable tool to improve your reach, movement and defense. Albert's boxing background includes: 3 Time US Championship Gold Medalist National Police Athletic League Tournament Gold Medalist World Championships Bronze Medalist Goodwill Games Bronze Medalist Olympic Festival Gold Medalist Pan-Am Games Bronze Medalist 1996 Member U.S. Olympic Team Shop our Double End Bags Today! >> http://www.ringside.com/ringside/punching-bags.html?cat=889

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