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19 APRIL 2014

 


Basic strength training exercises and the 'primary muscle groups' that are involved in these exercises for boxing and martial arts training

Thomas L. Cramer, P.M.T and A.C.E. Certified Personal Trainer, provides essential strength training tips and background. Basic strength training exercises and the 'primary muscle groups' that are involved in these exercises for boxing and martial arts training

New technologies help boxers with performance enhancement through balance testing and treatment

By Brian Werner The use of 21st Century technology developed at NASA and in military fighter pilots and a form of training called vestibular rehabilitation is helping boxers in Las Vegas, NV with performance enhancement and with return to play decisions. The vestibular system, which is the New technologies help boxers with performance enhancement through balance testing and treatment

Improved boxing performance through strength training

By Dave “Scooter” Honig: A properly created and explained strength program is an asset in any athletic endeavor. It is based on deciding which muscles are utilized and how much they can be strengthened for that particular sport. In boxing, a lot of power comes from a quick rotation of the Improved boxing performance through strength training

SUPPLEMENTS for the Professional and Amateur Boxer

By Dave “SCOOTER” HonigIt is often surprising how just adding or subtracting simple foods and/or supplements can improve athletic performance. Boxing is truly a physically and emotionally grueling sport. The athlete needs to seize any advantage he can. The athletic potential and physical SUPPLEMENTS for the Professional and Amateur Boxer

How to Motivate a Fighter

By Teddy Atlas In many ways boxing can be a metaphor for life. You will be hit in both. If you are not careful you’ll forget there are many rounds to endure; some winning and some losing. Motivation is easy during comfortable moments. As the time comes closer for a boxer to act on their How to Motivate a Fighter

Trading Places

By Joe Goossen Every so often, a veteran trainer will get a call from a promoter, manager or an associate of a professional boxer to take over as his new trainer. Sometimes the fighter being discussed could be an up and comer who needs a more seasoned trainer or a top rated fighter who may Trading Places

Interval training – Part I - Road work and the “Vomit Zone”

By Dave “Scooter” Honig As the sun rises and the mist appears, the day starts out a beautiful one. It is 65 degrees with no humidity; a normal person is still dreaming in their bed. Not the professional fighter; to them this time of day is synonymous with hard work! A fighter does more in Interval training – Part I - Road work and the “Vomit Zone”

So you want to become a professional boxer…

By Don House So you want to become a professional boxer and possibly the next world champion. Well great! But slow down. There are some essential ingredients you must have to achieve this goal. 1) Good health 2) Skill/experience 3) Condition/cardio 4) Healthy weight 5) So you want to become a professional boxer…

“Behind the scenes” – Conditioning regimen for Jameel McCline

By “Strength and Conditioning Guru” Dave “Scooter” Honig A goal for Jameel was to improve his overall strength and conditioning. The purpose of the routine I outlined for Jameel in his fight against Shannon Briggs had the following results: CYCLE 1: BASE PERIOD - increase in general strength “Behind the scenes” – Conditioning regimen for Jameel McCline

Not all bruises are black and blue

A short remembrance by Teddy Atlas “High Noon” in Catskill, New York, a noise shot through the town. Echoes of Gary Cooper in Dodge City? No, just compressed air “coughing” from the Village horn. When E. F. Hutton speaks……. When an old horn screams, nobody talks…..except this day. Not all bruises are black and blue

Cardiovascular endurance and interval training

By “Strength and Conditioning Guru” Dave “Scooter” Honig Cardiovascular endurance is very important to a fighter’s arsenal. In the old days, the trainers used to say, “What’s the matter? You’re running out of wind; didn’t you run?” Today, the terms have become more refined. However, a good Cardiovascular endurance and interval training

What’s your pet peeve?

By Sean O’Grady As a broadcaster in boxing here is mine: I do not understand how a boxer enters the ring without a fight plan. A quarterback would not step onto the field waiting for the coach to explain the game plays. A golfer would not tee off without knowing the course. When General H. What’s your pet peeve?
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