some of you may not know this but I am a die hard Philadelphia eagles fan. I am also a fairly avid madden player. (hit me up on pm if you want to get down xbox 360) with that said i went out my way to study the eagles new coach chip kelly. I wanted to know if the eagles had made the right choice. with that study I came across how chip, views practice. above you can see his quotes. his words had a serious effect on me. I am known as a fairly preachy guy. I like people to know the inner workings, the why the when etc. however since become a big chip kelly groupie, I have changed my teaching approach and since I dont have any fighters of my own, ( get hired when people want a different set of eyes or when they want to focus more on their hands) my time with them is limited it only makes since for me to train this way. in the gym its not time to teach its time drill. the teaching comes from film study. drill hard, drill controlled, drill to finish. some drills I use: form punching: put a glove under one of your arms and a tennis ball under your chin and punch. switch arms ever round. shuffle around the ring: self explanatory tile drill: thanks dadi and sinister two steps to the left one step back: self explanatory - two rounds then switch directions partner drills: to various to explain here all drills are done with a tennis ball under the chin. concepts that I drill home: control: control yourself, control the ring, and control your opponent. finish: finish the attack by bringing the attack back to starting position, in as little time as possible ( straight back) technique>> speed: slow is fast,you have drill speed, then game speed. drill speed is controlled there is pace but not full power, game speed or fight speed is lights out. good luck , Jonathan ps my next mini article will be about how to study film. this is the single most underrated skill one needs to learn in order to take there learning to the next level.