Apply These 9 Secret Techniques To Improve Boxing Personal Training

Boxing personal training is an excellent way to get fit and stay in shape. The sport is a great workout for your upper body, core, and leg muscles. 

Training with a professional coach will teach you how to punch correctly and exercise at the right intensity level to maximize results while staying safe. However, some techniques will not only improve your boxing but also take your training from good to great!

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Here are 9 secret techniques that can be applied to improve boxing personal training:

1) Go For A Short Distance:

this is a very huge mistake people make when they go for boxing personal training. People tend to forget that once you are punching, your face becomes exposed and it becomes easy for the opponent to head-butt or knee-strike you. So it’s better to move back as soon as you land a punch and avoid coming too close to your opponent.

2) Try To Protect Your Face:

there is no guarantee that your opponent will not do everything he can to injure you so it’s important you learn how to protect yourself by wearing protective gears such as headgear and mouthguards and also learning basic footwork techniques like side movement, pivoting and skipping. Don’t forget the legs – they should be working as well.

3) Gradually Build Up Speed:

this is very important and can be achieved by gradually increasing the number of rounds you box in a day, every week. It’s better to start with one round for five minutes, then increase it to 2 rounds of 3 minutes each with about 1-minute rest in between. Density training is another way for getting faster by doing more work in less time with short breaks or low intensity between sets.

4) Protect Your Neck From An Attacker From Behind:

people tend to forget that you are not just there to box but also to learn self-defence techniques so if your opponent tries anything funny like holding your neck or throws elbows at it etc., keep hands up there blocking them while simultaneously throwing a punch and moving back.

5) Keep Power In Your Strikes:

you might think power is not the point of boxing but it is one very important aspect of it because if you don’t have enough power to hurt your opponent or defend yourself, why would he be afraid of you? The ability to generate force in each swing can be achieved by doing exercises like plyometric box jumps, barbell clean, front squat etc.

6) Maintain Your Focus And Concentration For Full Rounds:

this might sound easy but what can look easy at first can become difficult when you are exhausted during the tenth round. It’s better to start slow for about five rounds with 1-minute rest in between then gradually increase the number of rounds you box in a day. Many people keep the clock stopped while resting to get an idea of how long they are resting.

7) Fulfill Your Punches With Good Accuracy And Timing:

this means that your punches should be thrown with full force, at the right distance and at the perfect time to either block or cause real damage to your opponent. It’s better to use one-shot kill techniques rather than using all flurries of blows because it will only tire you out faster.

8) Try To Make Maximum Use Of Footwork:

this is important because the legs are very strong muscles that can also help you land kicks which might knock down your opponent or keep him busy for a few seconds just enough for you to have a very good shot at him.

9) How Many Rounds To Box:

This depends on your current fitness level and boxing skill, so it’s better to go slow and increase the number of rounds you box in a day gradually every week so that you can get used to it without feeling too tired or exhausted. If you still feel tired after ten rounds, try doing one round at a time for about two weeks then increase the number again next week. It is also important to maintain proper hydration by drinking plenty of water throughout the day when you are not training.