Amateur boxing training

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Welterweight Josh Kelly thought his Olympic dream was over after he suffered an injury at the start of We spoke to the year-old Sunderland boxer the day before he jetted out to Rio to see how his training helped him turn things round. I was a bit of a chubby kid. I started boxing when I was seven because people used to say things at school and I got into a few playground fights. My dad had been into boxing for a long time so he took me along to help get the weight off.
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Amateur Boxing: My Journey Towards Becoming a Boxer - Bespoke Life

During these fight nights, everyone dresses up in tuxedos, and after the bouts are finished, the ring is flipped, and the space is turned into a gambling floor. Though I never had the chance to take boxing very seriously, I had always wanted to compete in amateur boxing competitions. I often feel that learning a skill is not enough. I want to apply what I learn to practice. So what better place to gauge my boxing skill than in live competitions? This conversation became the catalyst for me to begin pursuing amateur boxing more seriously.
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Boxer Josh Kelly’s Olympic Training Regime

As a beginner in boxing in an amateur gym, it can be tough to remember all of the best practices when training and in the ring, which makes mistakes unavoidable. This can dampen your motivation, however, making mistakes is the best way to learn and improve your skills. To help you try and improve, we have put together some of the most common mistakes we see from amateur boxers and how you can avoid making them in the future:.
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Many people are surprised to learn that other traditional sports, including football, basketball, baseball, hockey, cheerleading, and softball, rank much higher than amateur boxing in terms of injuries. Bouts are strictly matched based on age, weight and experience level in order to limit the chance of one boxer being overmatched with another. The referee, coach, or ringside physician can call an end to the contest if needed. Unlike professional boxing, amateur boxing equipment is designed with impact absorbent foams to limit the chance of being knocked out or sustaining a cut. All equipment must be USA Boxing approved before being used in competition.
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