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For most of the workout, Glen held the punch mitts for me and kept me busy throwing combinations, working on my speed, power, and balance. We worked a lot on counterpunching and answering back with hard, fast combinations. For example, if my opponent throws a left hook-straight right combo at me, I block the hook and right, and immediately follow up with my own straight right, left hook, and second straight right. I have to perfect the timing--an important element of any effective punch combination--but I look forward to practicing this a lot more and trying it out in sparring.
One of the great things about boxing is I get instant feedback about how well something works. If I get hit, then I know I need to practice a technique or movement a lot more, really focusing on the perfecting the basic elements of it. By contrast, if I land every punch of a combination and my opponent doesn't score on me, I can work on fine-tuning the move and making it smoother and faster.
As usual, we finished up with abs and the "thirties." It was a good, tough workout, and Glen is an awesome coach. As I've mentioned, I've known Glen for over 12 years. He and I met when he was coaching my opponent in the corner for a bout I had at that time. I am sure glad he's on my side now.
So I'm guessing that the answer is no?
Oh well. Best of luck in your training then.
Sorry for delayed reply. I'm not ignoring you. E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let's see what we can do.
My e-mail is "email@example.com"
I sent you an E-mail before, titling it as (Not Spam), but you probably thought that it was the tricks of spamsters.
Here I go, trying again.
Stick and MOVE BABY, STICK AND MOVE!
have you heard about high intensity tranining workout.. would you recommend it for people who want to gain weight?
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