How to Duck & Slip in Boxing

How to Duck & Slip in Boxing

How to Duck & Slip Now we’re going to work the fence counters. We’re going to start with ducking and slipping. Delen’s going to duck, just like so. Now sometimes just ducking isn’t good enough. You have to give it a little bit of an angle. So we’re going to slip here that way or slip that way. Again, this way or that More...

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How to Box Whether You're Tall or Short
By PeterSoto On Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
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How to Box Whether You’re Tall or Short

How to Box Being tall has its advantages, but so does being short. If you’re tall think of yourself as a perfect wave on the surf crashing. If you have your opponent at that certain point, and that wave crashes More...

How to Shadowbox for Beginners
By PeterSoto On Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
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How to Shadowbox for Beginners

Shadowbox for Beginners This second shadow boxing drill, of course, is traditional shadow boxing. It’s done usually in two to three-minute rounds with one-minute rest intervals. If you’re a fighter, More...

How to Corner-to-Corner Shadowbox
By PeterSoto On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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How to Corner-to-Corner Shadowbox

Corner-to-Corner Shadowbox My favorite shadow boxing drill was taught to me by the one and only Delen Parsley, Sr., DD’s dad. It’s called corner to corner. It’s a very basic way of shadow boxing More...

By PeterSoto On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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How to Throw punch combinations in Boxing

Throw Punches There are times where you want to end a fight quick and a good way to go about that is send your one, two, three, four right down the pipe. Delenn’s going to show us in a standing position his More...

How to Throw a One-Two Punch Boxing Lessons
By PeterSoto On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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How to Throw a One-Two Punch Boxing Lessons

One-Two Punch When I’m in New York I hold mitts for New York’s boxing pro boxing sensation Delen Parsley and he’s going to show us today how to through a one-two punch. First, he’s going More...

How to Build Combinations in Boxing
By PeterSoto On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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How to Build Combinations in Boxing

Boxing Combinations Building combinations are essentially building movement memories. It becomes reactionary because you make a groove so many times that it just happens. So that’s why it’s so important More...

By PeterSoto On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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How to Glove Up Boxing Lessons

Glove Up Let’s just say for instructional purposes we have both wraps on. This is how you glove up. The trainer, or your training partner, should hold the glove just like so, grip the glove like that, and More...

By PeterSoto On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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How to Wrap Your Hands by Yourself Boxing Lessons

Wrap Hands Yourself When you’re wrapping hands, and you’re by yourself, and you have no one to help you wrap hands like I showed you in the first part, this is how you wrap your hands on your own. Because More...

By PeterSoto On Monday, December 11th, 2017
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2 Best Ways to Wrap Your Hands Boxing Lessons

Wrapping Hands I’m going to show you the two best ways to wrap hands ever. Wrapping hands properly will reduce any risk of injury, blood circulation problem, numbness, and wrist injury; because if your hands More...

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