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Workout Wednesday: Boxing Training Tips

href='http://www.abnewswire.com/pressreleases/max-workouts-review-offers-free-shin-ohtake-pdf-ebook_8211.html'>the lean body diet Shin Ohtake /> Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Workout Wednesday: Boxing training tips Joshua Hubbard, KUSA 10:26 a.m. MST January 14, 2015 UNSPECIFIED - JANUARY 14: Weltergwicht Training im Gym; Michael LOEWE & Trainer SDUNIK (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Bongarts/Getty Images) (Photo: Andreas Rentz, Bongarts/Getty Images) 18 CONNECT 7 TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENTEMAILMORE KUSA - Boxing is an excellent form of self-defense and an all around conditioning source workout and sport that is followed the world round. Kickboxing integrates the lower body but still embraces many of the principles or boxing. When you're working out to get your body ready to handle the strenuous demands of a workout such as boxing or kickboxing, here are some general exercises you can integrate into your workout to help get you in shape to be able to go a few rounds in the ring! 9NEWS fitness expert Jamie Atlas gives some tips for those interested in boxing. 9NEWS at 8 a.m. 01/14/15. Exercise 1: Squat and twist press Standing with your left foot slightly behind and the heel off the floor, while holding a pair of dumbbells stand and twist as you rotate the back heel. The important piece of this exercise is to rotate the hips around, which is where true punching power comes from.
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