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- Building genuine punching power

- Generating blinding speed

- Forming crushing strength and endurance

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About Me

My name is Fran Sands and I’m the founder of I first walked into a boxing gym at the age of 6 (back in 1978) and have never really left. After a career consisting of 60 contests I became a boxing coach in 1997. Since then I have put in place the right boxing training regimes to enable a host of boxers achieve success.

In 2010 I founded the MyBoxingCoach website. The site has gone from strength-to-strength, with those who have an interest in using boxing as part of an all-round fitness regime reaping real rewards from the vast resource of FREE and professional quality videos and articles.

Now I am able to help you reach your goals by way of delivering to you a set of super-effective boxing training video drills. These drills are the REAL DEAL that I have used in the gym for many years, and they cannot fail to help you develop your boxing skills.

About The Video Drills

There a 6 highly structured and focused boxing footwork and movement drills that I will send to you. I will explain to you exactly how to incorporate these drills into a simple boxing training session. The drills start simple and build-in the right level of complexity so that you can develop at exactly the right pace.

I will explain to you the 3 techniques used by elite boxers to move in and out with control and precision. These techniques I call ‘The Staple’, ‘The Closer’ and ‘The Stinger’. I also provide insights on the vital principle of combining boxing skills, giving you a logical and easy-to-follow approach to link boxing footwork with head movement.

These boxing training drills will form the basis of an authentic, precise and lung-busting boxing training regime that will enable you to amaze yourself with your accelerated progress.

How These Drills Will Help You

Even though you might be using boxing training purely to establish a great level of all-round fitness, technical excellence in boxing training is critically important and something that you should strive for. This is because maintaining technical discipline for the duration of a round is incredibly tough. Your boxing training session will be more intense, challenging and therefore more effective in terms of your fitness levels.

The drills will allow you to:

  • Get the boxing basics right
    I am a huge believer in the principle of making sure the basics are right. If you look after the basics, they will look after you. The fact is, 95% of what elite fighters do are the basics, they just do them very well. These boxing training drills will instil the basics and allow you to build upon them in a structured and sensible way.
  • Build super-effective footwork
    A great boxing style cannot be achieved without a great boxing stance and great footwork. These drills will enable you to remain fight effective for every second of every round, giving you the ability to significantly increase your punch rate.
  • Get a true foundation for power punching
    Real power punching is more about technique than it is about muscles or body weight! A well-trained boxer will often punch much harder than a non-boxer who is significantly heavier and physically stronger.
  • Benefit from slick balance and precise movement
    No more stumbling around in your shadow boxing or heavy bag work. You can move to the next level of capability with high quality skills!

Simply sign up below and I will email directly to your in box your first boxing training drill. This drill will set the scene and allow you over the coming days to really turbo-charge your boxing training session!

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I look forward to hearing from you soon and we can start this journey together. I make no false promises, I make no exaggerated claims. This is quite simply PROPER BOXING COACHING. If you have any questions or would like further information, leave a comment below or email me at

{ 38 comments… read them below or add one }

mick ham May 2, 2014 at 1:17 pm

Hi Fran I am trying to learn to be a pad man and coach working here on costa del sol, would appreciate anything you can send me many thanks Mick


Fran May 2, 2014 at 7:50 pm

Hello Mick

Pads in the sun eh mate, sounds nice :-)

There’s a few vids on the site with some pad stuff. Here’s the boxing punch pads category. There’s 4 articles in a series (the top 4) that provide some insights. Start with the earliest (this one) one and work on from there.

Hope this helps Mick.



gibrilla kanu May 22, 2014 at 8:02 am

i will like you to join me ,i just started coaching i live in australia irealy need help this is my contact ….


Fran May 23, 2014 at 8:40 pm

Hi Gibrilla. As much as I love Australia (been there 3 times) I actually live in the UK. I hope that the site helps you in your coaching career. Best of luck.


Eddie Santos June 1, 2014 at 12:59 pm

Hey Fran. I couldn’t watch Groves vs. Froch last night but I woke up this morning and watched Groves vs. Donaire that was being re-aired. I certainly could see why you picked Froch based on what little I’ve seen of Groves. I will preface what I am about to say about Groves by saying he would beat the snots out of me and I respect him as a pprofessional warrior. Having said that I will say he looks like a sloppy fighter to me. By the fourth round vs. Donaire he was winded, mouth open and hands being held in front of his chest as opposed to anywhere near his face which Donaire had little trouble hitting and eventually knocking him down before the fight went to the score cards because of an unintentional head butt. I’ve heard it said fatuige will make a coward of anyone. No matter how tough or crazy you are. It’s amazing how round by round as fatigue sets in you can watch fundamentals disappear. Conditioning is everything. Good prediction on the winner of this contest. I wouldn’t have picked Groves based on what little I’ve seen of him either. Again, based on what you’ve taught me, he’s just plain sloppy. What’s my method of payment to join the boxing foundation Tuesday? Do I have to change your name from the bad ass Brit to the brilliant Brit because of your psychic like boxing prediction? Haha. Cheers. Again, how do I pay for the foundation?


Fran June 5, 2014 at 8:18 pm

Hi Eddie

Sorry for the delay…busy week!!!

I’ll have to catch up with the Yetyeka v Donaire fight, not seen it yet. And you could not be more right, the technical discipline can only be maintained with the right level of fitness. There’s plenty of skilled boxers who have lost fights because the other guy was just fitter and not necessarily better – pet hate of mine!

The last sentence of your comment is priceless :-) Brilliant or Baddas…who knows :-)

BTW, payment for The Foundation is via PayPal, there’s links within the emails.

Take care mate, hope you keep enjoying the site!


Joe June 1, 2014 at 3:58 pm


I’ve been coaching for quite some time, but every time I log into your YouTube channel, I always learn something new. Thanks for taking the time to do this for free. I enjoy your style, and my clients have benefited greatly from your tutelage. Great job, sir.

Joe Soto


Fran June 5, 2014 at 8:24 pm


Thanks very much mate, always means so much when a fellow coach ‘gets’ what I’m doing here (most do to be fair).

Thanks for taking the time to comment Joe.


Eddie Santos June 1, 2014 at 6:29 pm

Quite obviously I meant to put Yetyeka where I was typing Groves. My opinion of Groves is the same after watching their first fight. It was early…


younes boudehane June 2, 2014 at 8:52 am

Hi Mr Fran Sands, my name is younes boudehane i am from algeria I like your site and i hope for your success


Fran June 6, 2014 at 7:40 pm

Thank you very much Younes, that’s very kind of you and I’m glad that you like the site.


Chris June 5, 2014 at 1:39 pm

Hey Fran.

Question… I want to get started into your video’s. Where do I start from. What moves can I combined to make something happen or should I just pick and go threw them. There’s so many of them. Just need a jump start, thanks


Fran June 5, 2014 at 9:11 pm

Hey Chris.

Sign up to the free video lessons, they’ll give you some structure. Also, check out this post on the 10 most important boxing skills. Hope this helps.



Tracy Smith June 11, 2014 at 10:30 pm

I am a physical education teacher in Ohio. I want tto construct a teaching unit for boxing. Can you help?


Fran June 16, 2014 at 8:50 pm


Sounds like the Boxing Training Foundation is for you. I’ve dropped you an email.


Fernando martinez June 26, 2014 at 10:21 pm

Love to get your vid to start practicing soon. Sounds great


Fran June 27, 2014 at 7:50 pm

Practice makes perfect Fernando.


Choki June 27, 2014 at 12:36 pm

I can’t watch the videos you send.
It’s the worst thing to join


Fran June 27, 2014 at 8:16 pm

I’m sorry about that. I can think of no reason why you can’t view the videos.


lashon August 21, 2014 at 1:01 am

i love your videos very helpful thank you


Fran August 25, 2014 at 6:56 pm

Thank you and you’re welcome.


Andy Maran August 25, 2014 at 5:45 am

Brilliant Fran. One question, is ‘the Stinger’ you coach the same as the pendulum step? Thanks


Danny September 11, 2014 at 6:07 pm

Hi Fran I am 72. Would you say this is good for me? I had a new hip put in about 16 months ago. All is well. When you say free does it mean free or is there a catch down the line. Thank you. Danny


Fran September 12, 2014 at 8:28 pm

Hey Danny. You get a whole bunch of stuff free, no obligations at all.


Michal September 19, 2014 at 2:13 pm

I paid for Boxing Training Foundation few hours ago via PayPal but I still don’t have my training material, I haven’t received email with membership details after completing the payment process (according to the website I should receive it shortly after paying).
Can you help me please?


Fran September 19, 2014 at 6:28 pm

Hi Michal

I have checked and can see that you have created your account. I have sent you an email reminder of your username and some instructions on how to change your password.



Michal Szulc September 19, 2014 at 6:50 pm

Thank you for responding and helping me.
I’m sorry for harassing you a little with emails and my comment above. I was confused and had no idea what to do. Everything is OK now, I have full access to Boxing Training Foundation ebook and videos.
Again, thank you.
Best wishes


Fran September 23, 2014 at 7:50 pm

Not a problem at all Michal. Thank you for buying. If you need any further help let me know.



philemon October 13, 2014 at 4:23 pm

my name is philemon and i love boxing


philemon October 13, 2014 at 4:25 pm

boxing great world in sport


Mohamed Bugazia December 3, 2014 at 4:58 pm

Hi fran, i have been boxing for around a year now, and my amateur career is successful so far, i depended on being a brawler and it has taken me far enough,
then i have found your page and started following your techniques , my defense has gone up from 0 to a 100, unbelievable ! i like how you teach us what we need in order to survice in the ring not what might look cool , you teach solid Basics, effectively. i have one problem though ,
i learned your jab technique but i feel like it has slowed me down alot, i became a better defensive fighter, i walk away from fights and sparring session with no marks in my head, BUT as i said my jab has slowed down alot, i don’t know how to execute your jab in a sparring match as fast as i used to with my old style, not to mention your Jab has alot more power to it! Alot more, yet slower in my experience with, DOES THAT BOXING FOUNDATION INCLUDE INSTRUCTIONS OF HOW TO MOVE IN THE RING , HOW/WHEN TO JAB, AND DRILLS TO INCREASE JAB SPEED ?


Fran December 5, 2014 at 10:29 pm

Hi Mohamed

Thank you for the comment and it’s nice to know that the stuff on the site helps out.

Regarding the jab, there’s a couple of things. Firstly, the question should be is your jab landing more? If so, then that’s likely to be the result of the technical improvement and that’s great – good technique is the key to getting the jab to land more. Secondly, there should be no reason why this should slow you down. Make sure that you accelerate the shot and check out this article on improving punch speed.

Finally, the Boxing Training Foundation has a bunch of stuff on jabbing and movement. It also comes with a full money-back guarantee, no questions asked. If you don’t like it/think it helps I’ll give you your money back.

Hope this helps Mohamed, and again thanks for your comment. Best of luck with your boxing.



praveen December 17, 2014 at 2:01 am

Hello fran sensei! !!
I honoured to chat with u…..I’m an Indian boxer,
Im 23 yrs old..Is there any chance to participate in WBC ??
If it is possible plz let me know tat how can I participate …n also I honoured to meet you!!! Your drills are most useful n its makes me mould myself. …I’m looking forward your reply soon….
Thank you so much


Fran December 17, 2014 at 8:40 pm

Hi Praveen.

Not sure what you mean friend. Are you an amateur boxer now, competing in India?


John Connolly December 20, 2014 at 12:46 am

Hi Fran,
Could you please help I am having trouble accessing the website I think it is my user name as I have reset the password but I still cannot log in.
Thanks for your help and an excellent site


Fran December 22, 2014 at 10:38 pm


I have sent you an email to resolve this.



Kevin Sloan December 22, 2014 at 9:19 pm

Thanks for the great video on slipping punches. I am always going back to it for reminders. Have a great holiday.


Fran December 22, 2014 at 10:54 pm

You’re welcome Kevin and thank you for taking the time to let me know. You have a fantastic Christmas.


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