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How to Get the Most Out of Boxing

Boxing is a tough sport, both mentally and physically.

It takes a lot of dedication to get good at it and even more dedication to constantly be in the mindset to excel at it. In this article, we’re going to explain what you need to do to get the most out of your boxing practice and sparring sessions to become the best version of you and to get better at the sport. Keep on reading if this sounds like something you want to pursue. 

1. Learn the Technique

Before you start throwing punches and knocking people out, you want to learn how to actually throw punches properly. It’s no good walking into the boxing gym and using all your strength and power to smash the punching bag to pieces. You need to get to grips with throwing these punches properly otherwise, they’re going to be ineffective. This can be applied to all forms of sport, you don’t walk into a regular gym and start squatting as much weight as possible, you work you way up while learning the correct form, or you’re going to get injured, and your workouts won’t build muscle mass.

2. Get Stuck In

Once you’ve finally grasped the correct boxing techniques, it’s time to really commit everything you have to the cause. Boxing is hard. It’s meant to be hard so that you build up fitness and mental resilience. Don’t go into training half-hearted. If you can’t be bothered, then just don’t bother at all. If you really want to get serious with your boxing, it needs to be 110% effort every training session. If you do this, you will soon be reaping the rewards and feeling better about yourself.

3. Meet New Friends or Bring Them Along

Training is going to be incredibly difficult if you can’t share the pain with people who are going through exactly what you are going through. You need to get to know the people you’re training with so that you can help each other improve in areas of weakness. If you’re anxious about meeting new people, then convince some friends to train with you. Everybody wants to get fitter and better if they can, put your persuasion hat on, and get people out with you!

4. Apply Boxing Lessons to your Life

As you stick with your training, you’ll learn to be more confident in yourself, and you’ll be able to overcome struggles. Apply this to your day-to-day struggles too. If you have a hard assignment at work, push through like you would a hard workout at the gym, or a few punches to the face. Maybe you want to ask that girl or guy out, but normally you’re shy, use the confidence you feel when boxing, and muster up the courage to go and talk to them. 

5. Be Safe

You’re going to get knocked around or even knocked out. That’s just part of the fundamentals of boxing. Don’t be silly though, be safe. Buy the correct protective equipment such as head guards or gum shields if you feel like you need them. Don’t put other people in danger too, don’t lash out with aggression unless you’re competing. If you’re sparring, it’s just friendly practice. 


As you can probably tell, after reading this article, boxing has a whole host of benefits, but you can enhance and use these benefits if you follow the tips above. Practice your technique. Once that’s done, get stuck in. Make new friends or bring current ones with you. Then be safe. If you follow this basic strategy, you’ll be on the road to glory in no time. 


Written by Jacob M

Jacob Maslow chases the thrill of seeing long-lasting, measurable results for clients. Analytical in nature, he loves to work hard and tries topping yesterday’s results.
As a consultant, he works with companies to see direct, measurable results that lead to higher conversion rates, and ultimately, increased profitability. The dynamic nature of marketing campaigns keeps Jacob on his toes as he is always challenged and continually growing his skills to succeed in the field.
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