Boxing is considered to be the foundation of all modern combat and ultimate fighting sports. The first records of this type of boxing are sighted in Ancient Egyptian art and literature.
Thriving in late 1600’s century England, boxing became an official Olympic sport and soon found its first champion – Jason Figg.
Boxing is recognized for its rapidness, ruthlessness and effective usage of close-combat techniques. Considered to be the basis style of modern martial arts, boxing fighting technique helps people defend themselves and gives the necessary foundation and skills for fighter who want to learn other types of combat styles.
The principle of domination in training
- Stretching and conditioning – boxing training session always begins with a series of exercises focused on stretching different groups of muscles, cardio exercises to increasing the stamina.
- Pad Work (trainer gloves) – this part of the training session focuses on learning different punching combinations while optimizing the aim and speed.
- Punch bag – an important aspect of boxing sessions, which helps fighters learn to control the strength while retaining the correct aim.
- Sparring – practice is always the best way to learn and perfect one’s skills. Timed rounds allow opponents to begin thinking strategically.