Discussion in 'The Ring' started by mr. smoke weed, Feb 13, 2016.
those Anne Wolfe training methods
Instinctively pull countered someone's jab during training today
It felt so beautiful brehs
Good to see this thread thriving. Good job yall
Post some footage up breh.
Two things breh:
Teach him to slightly drag the back foot when he's jabbing. he's hopping. that's a danger zone for counter.
2 Tell him to keep his right hand in front of his chin when he's throw the left. his hand is too low. open to the pull counter hook all day.
Last thing, train him to keep his chin tucked in at all time. like B Hop says it's not because he doesn't have a chin, but he should make his opponents earn it. You can have him practice and shadow box with a tennis ball tucked in his chin so he can get in the habit. I d also love to see him extend the right in front of his opponent forehead and step back after he throws that left hand and get out of the counter zone.
I like his jab. I like his feinting and head movement seemed to improve a lot.
Keep working him. he has potential.
good looks breh
Since Andre Ward victory a few weeks back I started working on more inside and body work pretty much the tactics the reigning #1 p4p fighter on the planet used to defeat that racist demon
this will prob be his last bit of training since the wrestling season starting
I wanna start doing MMA is a spar.
Damn much props bruh
U look ripped here,
If u don't mind me asking, how tall r u? Like 6'1?
U got a nice long frame good for mma n Muay Thai (nh)
Thanks man! Yeah 6'1". Dropped to 170 for the fight but usually around 195.
So the Title Boxing Training Gloves i ordered on Amazon came earlier today...I bought the 16 oz glove so i can start off good
I'm not very well versed with boxing at all and where to start
I did hear the moderator of this forum whose name i forget is really good at this kind of thing and giving advice on it.. I would @him if i remembered his name...starts with an L or something
I know @patscorpio is another one though
Anyway there is a gym in my town where it has a very cheap price of something like $80 for an entire year(no thats not a typo) So i plan to eventually sign up to go there
But before I go i wanna practice at home first
Do you guys have any tips on where to start out and can you be as detailed as possible?
If you prefer you can talk to me through PMs about this stuff..I already been weight lifting for a year but i wanted to balance boxing also and be a skilled fighter because i know you don't have muscles on your chin and muscles dont stop a glass jaw or slow reflxes
Other than yourselves are there any Youtube channels you would recommend or boxing sites you would recommend that would give me additional skills?
Since i chose the highest oz glove is that more geared toward helping me have a stronger more powerful punch?
how long on average would you say it takes a beginner to have people notice that they are making strides or get the "do you box" line?
But back to home for a quick sec......how should i practice other than practicing punching padded walls and things of that sort?
is shadow boxing beneficial?
like i said i know this is an eyesore and alot to get into but like i said if anyone can really help me we can talk through PM about it..
whoever is able to help me .Im hype to learn right now
@Yuzo Care to drop some knowledge for this breh in the PM?
yall dont wanna help a breh
I think i'm gonna get back on the mats brehs
I trained for years before i left PA(Blue Belt BJJ) and a bit of boxing/mma. After a 3 year layoff i think im gonna pick it back up. Heading to this gym tonight to see if I like it. Gonna train with these guys for a week and see if i want to stick around. Hopefully i'm not too at this point.
Im back @patscorpio
im trying to get @Yuzo to hit you up or you can hit him up directly. He's the best at breaking that down for you.