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Learn To Box In A Gym Or With A Teacher

Nature has many lessons reserved for us: an outbreak that does not have the help of man would go in all directions, weeds would drown it and it would bear little fruit.The same goes for the control of the body and sport since the metabolism and the body remain closely subject to the natural laws that exceed our desires and our will.Therefore, the beginner boxer will gain time and talent as long as he avoids being alone and isolated and uses reliable teachers. Without a teacher, the beginner boxer will be nothing more than a person with boxing gloves, who makes erroneous movements and has an excessively heterodox attitude to be called boxer proper.Also, if you adopt bad habits and false feelings, it will be very difficult to correct them.To avoid all this, there is only one solution: find a boxing coach.Whether in a boxing club or a gym or with a private teacher with experience as an athlete and teacher, there are many options for you to find what you are looking for and learn to box with good habits.To start boxing in the ring, we recommend that you get a sports insurance policy, to enjoy good health coverage (before starting, ask for the advice of your doctor or a sports doctor). In addition, it is essential that you acquire the basic material: good shoes, basketball shorts, a T-shirt, a protective helmet and gloves, or straps (bandages) under the gloves.

The sports disciplines that precede boxing

Certainly, like any combat sport, French or English boxing relieves a lot. But it is a sport that requires a lot of technique, so say goodbye to brute force.Usually, you learn boxing and later because start at an early age could be harmful to the developing brain, as an effective blow can leave sequelae, even with protection!Before starting, it is necessary to perform regular physical activity to prepare the body for intense efforts. Fitness training is recommended, with fitness and cardio, first to eliminate fat (this is the challenge of the categorization of boxers based on their weight, as in judo), and secondly, to lean on flexible, safe, durable, powerful and effective muscles.  In general, you have to run in parallel to the boxing lessons, as well as skipping the days of bad weather in which you do not feel like going for a run.You can also play rugby or water polo, as well as practice martial arts, to have an advantage over others when starting boxing.Sports such as squash, Basque ball, swimming or tennis have the advantage of involving the heart and / or breathing. It is a good prelude to show your strength in the ring at a critical moment.Also, make sure you have a healthy and balanced diet, and don't forget to hydrate during your sessions. It is also necessary to sleep well, although surely you have no problems after doing sports daily.Are you interested in knowing how to learn to box at home?

Typical beginner workouts

The beginner boxer will have to perform much simpler exercises than the most advanced ones to progress and achieve, one day or another, the summits of glory.In fact, one must look at things with perspective, since the path that beginners must follow is long and full of evidence. First, you must discover the rules of a relatively elitist sport and then assimilate movements and attitudes unknown to you until that moment.It takes time to assimilate so many concepts and movements, so it takes patience, even today that we want everything immediately: victory, glory, money, the Olympic medal… We are talking about training of apprentice boxers or training for beginners. It may be more or less intense depending on the moment, but it is essential to practice basic strokes every day without exception.The training, obviously, begins with a warm-up of at least a quarter of an hour, sometimes 30 minutes: you can run, warm up the joints and perform some boxing movements without forcing yourself, as a shadow boxing.The principle is simple: the coach will first show you the basic boxing movements, which you will have to reproduce and repeat an infinite number of times in the air, in real speed and more slowly to assimilate them better, before moving on to a simulation with an opponent. Uppercut, right, hook, footwork, defense: you must automate these elements to perform them without having to think.The second step is to connect these elements to each other: the teacher will talk about «sequences», some basic ones, such as the famous jab-cross sequence -> elusive rotary -> hook. Boxing experts talk about basic techniques to designate these essential elements that concern both the beginner and the expert.Ideally, be with a teacher who is the adversary, or in pairs with the coach as referee and third parties who observe and give advice.After a class, do not forget to stretch to recover better and to strengthen your muscles even more!If you live in the Valencia community, why don't you contact a coach through our platform to take your first Valencia boxing training?Take a look also at our article on how to prepare a fight.

The classic exercises of a boxing class for beginners

In addition to the typical training of the budding boxer, there are traditional exercises that can complement it and that can be done at different times of the day.The list may be long, but we are going to name the top five for now.1. The rope Resistance and toxicity: the rope is not only for girls! It is an accessory already known by high-level athletes and bodybuilders, so it is not surprising that it has its place in any boxing training session.Little by little, you can jump more and more time, up to an hour and a half! Complete the exercise with floor exercises to further tone your muscles.2. The shadow boxing. This is the first way for beginners to box: hit an imaginary enemy in the air.  You will not receive blows, but it is more exhausting than you think it is to hit the air… Get in front of a mirror to look and correct your movements.3. The mittensIt's about working your attack on a moving target in the presence of a coach who informs you about your performance.For the exercise to be effective, it should last about half an hour. The main objective is for the attacker to manage his breathing and maintain control over the time and techniques employed. Shortness of breath or exhaustion will be a sign of a bad physical condition.If you are interested in kick-boxing and live in Catalonia, do not hesitate to contact our teachers through the platform to participate in your first kickboxing class in Barcelona.4. The sparring It is a variant of shadow boxing already mentioned, but with a real opponent.The combat lasts between 3 and 6 rounds (for the toughest ones!). The student touches his opponent, but without forcing, so as not to harm him. In return, your goal is to avoid every hit.Ideally, for the exercise to work is that, when a sequence hits the target, it is repeated until the opponent finds a way to counteract the blow.5. The punching bag It's a classic: punching ball or sack is, perhaps more than boxing gloves, the symbol of boxing, be it English, French, Muay Thai or other. Learn to box with a sack!The double elastic bag is one of the easiest to handle, halfway between the boxing pear and the best free standing punching bag.