Lifetime boxer Jim McNally covers every aspect of the fundamentals of boxing in this well thought out series!
- Begin with basic footwork techniques that translate to the most advanced boxing used at the highest levels.
- Learn the best ways to utilize different punching bags such as the slip bag and hook bag, and sharpen your technique in those areas.
- Additionally, check out some of the best workouts using jump rope and weight instruction that is directly correlated to improving your stamina in the ring.
New England Golden Gloves Heavyweight Champion Jim McNally Provides An In Depth Series Focused On The Basics And Fundamentals Of Boxing To Jump Start Your Game And Have You Fighting Like A True Professional
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What Will You Learn?
If you have trained boxing at all in your life, it is easy to spot people who don’t know how to fight based on their lack of basic technique. There are certain fundamentals that are overlooked at times, but are the cornerstone to boxing and can not be glossed over. In this series Jim brings it back to the basics, touching on every major aspect of the sport to ensure you get your training started off right and really start furthering your progression.
The jab is oftentimes the most thrown punch in a fight, making it one of the most important. Jim combines proper footwork with the utilization of the jab to help sharpen one of the most useful tools in your arsenal. He also details the proper use of different bags such as the slip bag and hook bag, not only showing their functionality but also providing a situational analysis on how the techniques used on these bags pan out in a real fight.
On top of proper technique, having the cardio and stamina to stay sharp in a fight is extremely important. Using a combination of weight training, cardio exercises such as jump rope and ball workouts, and an extremely descriptive walkthrough of TRX workouts, Jim helps to prepare your body to withstand anything in the ring. As you watch him cruise through these techniques, it is clear to see the knowledge and insight dedicating himself to this sport has given him.
Jim McNally has been an active part of the boxing community on both the competition and coaching sides for his entire life. His amateur career ended with a record of 61-7 by the time he signed a professional contract in 1977. He ended his professional career with a record of 19-1, as the 17th ranked light-heavyweight in the world. Since his retirement, he has continuously coached professional and amateur boxers to championships. Get your training and techniques right from the start and watch your skill flourish and grow before your eyes, check out his instructional now!