Good boxing drill *Vid

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  1. Sano Red Belt

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    Hey guys. Just stumbled on this video of a neat little boxing drill for your feet. Nothing too complicated, but it's effective. Easy to work into a warmup as well.



    By extention, I thought I would post a pad session by the same coach. That's quality padwork right there:

     
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    It was my impression this was a pretty standard drill for boxing/MT? But always good for people who haven't seen it, there are tons of ways to train.
     
  3. Sano Red Belt

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    Haven't seen in used in two boxing gyms I used to frequent, a Thai gym or my MMA gym. Seems like a very simple and neat way to effectively work on both coordination, calf muscles/using the frontfoot, and weight shifting in one of the variations.
     
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  4. StopDucking Ronda Rousey hater

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    The first video is from Kenny Weldon's DVD set called "Becoming a better boxer". Great stuff from a great coach.
     
  5. Chesten_Hesten The Wiener of Steel

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    I've never taken boxing, so this vid seemed pretty good too.

     
  6. fluffball Brown Belt

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    I may very well be spoiled considering the quality of gyms in Boston, who all feed off each other and trade students and trainers.
     
  7. Sano Red Belt

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    Yeah JT Van V has some pretty good videos!

    I like this guy too. You should check him out, very sharp technique. He has a lot of videos, starting with the basics.





    It's pretty easy to get a good overview on his website: http://www.myboxingcoach.com/boxing-training-videos/
     
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    I've seen a version of this that uses something that looks like a ladder made of ropes.
     

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