Nov 13 2013

Boxing Training Techniques: One Of The BEST In Boxing.

One of the best in boxing! Just as slick/fast and slicker/faster in some areas than Floyd… ‘El Chacal’ can fight on auto pilot, he can stay in the pocket, make a fighter miss then instantly pay as he did when he slayed Nonito Donaire.

He has a HIGH boxing IQ, what he doesn’t display on the mitts, he does on a very high dominating level in the ring, that’s what matters as he displays what boxing truly is…

Nov 11 2013

Boxing Training Tips: This Is How You Learn To Fight.

Nothing beats great sparring, nothing. No mitt work alone, no strength/conditioning workouts alone, nothing…

Life in the ring IS unpredictable.

If you are predictable in your training you get your ass kicked in the ring being the same.

I say if their is one element in spp training (skill) that is always unpredictable, it’s great quality sparring.

You learn so much about boxing in this sparring session here between two of the best middleweights of the 90’s.

THIS, is how fighters get better.

Training tools are just that, tools that sharpen the fighter.

School IS in session with quality sparring and learning is enhanced and even speeds up.

Larry Holmes once ran out of the ring during the Olympic trials out of pure fear.

How did he become a boxing master and control the heavyweight division for 8 years straight with is controlling jab?

By being Ali’s sparring partner. By learning from his many sparring sessions with him, so many incredible lessons taught in each session….

Sparring IS school, this is where you learn to get your World Champion PHd.

Training tools, mitts, bags, etc, are tools to sharpen a fighter’s technique.

Sparring is unpredictable, real, raw, and where fighters grow to new heights learning how to fight, the intangibles, the pure live beast fighting is, it’s all in sparring.

Watch this clip, school is in session between two legends.

Nov 8 2013

Boxing Workout Tip: How To own A Gym For Under $100.

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Nov 6 2013

Rob’s Rant: Produce First, Then Write.

If you haven’t done jack shit yourself with the training methodology you are writing about, OR produced anyone with it, why are you writing???

Step away from the keyboard.

Produce first THEN write about it.

Simple truth, but hard to do for many, because it takes skills and a thoroughly understanding of the science and task at hand to produce.

Anybody can write and pull the wool over your eyes…..

But that’s why the cream of coaches who produce and write off that success and knowledge rise to the top, listen to those coaches, they all know who each other are, and who isn’t who….