The 3 Most Common Errors In Fitness Boxing Training

Did you buy boxing equipment to train at home? Good choice. Fitness boxing at home is efficient, free, and fun. 

However, like any exercise, to get great results and keep it safe, you must do it properly. Here are some tips on common mistakes and how to repair them.

Error # 1 – bad punching technique. Do you know that women often hit better than men? When men start my boxout classes, many of them think they can hit and try too hard. They do it and hit with a bad technique. 

A good punch is like a good tennis or golf shot. He must have power, speed, and control.

How to do correctly – Start with boxer position. Left foot forward (Leftsmen can be opposite). Raise on the balls of the feet, fold the legs a little, the upper body, points near your face, and float like a butterfly and far. 

Error No. 2 – Mediocre Mittein Maintenance Technique. Poor Mitt Holding creates a bad target for your boxer and increases the risk of injury for both partners.

How to do it – Catch the punch, do not do that. As the holder of the Mitt, you call the shots – left, right, left, etc. As you improve, include better the shots of uppercut and hook.

Error # 3 – Do not follow a format. Have you ever tried to hit a hard punch bag for 3 minutes? It's almost impossible unless you are a conditioning fighter. Many people are constantly hitting without using turns and they do not use authentic combinations. Your workout does not flow and you will not get the most out of it. You will also burn quickly.

How to go right – Buy a kitchen cooking room that counts. Start with one or two minutes drive, then build up to 3 minutes. Use authentic combos, but start with simple.