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Anthony Pezzolanti – Evolution Boxing
How to Get Rid Of Flabby Arms –
Repetition – Repetition – Repetition is the key! In Boxing one of our most useful tools is
The “Speed Bag”. This is a great exercise to build Hand Eye coordination, Cardio and of course speed. Because of the constant repetition, and positioning of your arms this is
One of the best exercises to tighten up your Shoulders, Biceps and most importantly your Triceps. Your Triceps consist of 75% of your arm. The Inner, the outer and the killer as you get older. The bottom. Use the Speed Bag Based on 3-minute rounds followed by a 1-minute rest period. Start out with 4 rounds per day 3 days per week. Then on your second week move it up to 6 rounds. The goal is to get to 8 rounds. Within a month you will see a huge difference. It is going to take you some time to get the timing so be patient and stay with it. The results are well worth the effort!!
Boxing is not an ability you are born with; it is craft you are taught. This craft is made up of
a series of smaller skills. Technique, Conditioning, Mental awareness, Footwork are just a
few. Beginners often get overwhelmed because the Professionals make it look so easy and most people use them as a frame of reference. Just like any other skill, you must be patient when taking on this sport. The great thing about learning how to box is that you will see improvement with each day that passes. Boxing is not something that can be self-taught.
If you want to learn how to box you must get a Boxing trainer. Even if you just want to hit the bag. Why waste time doing it incorrectly? People say practice makes perfect, only perfect practice makes perfect. Practicing bad habits makes for a painful lesson.
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