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Boxing Tips – Dealing with Fatigue
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Boxing Tips – Dealing with Fatigue

by Fran on August 13, 2017

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We all get tired during a tough boxing training session, spar or fight.

The trick is to ensure that you push on and continue to function.

I have produced a new 90 Second Boxing Tips video that gives you 4 tips on fatigue, how to ideally avoid it but when it comes how to properly deal with it.

This is not rocket science but is well worth some time to review and think about how to manage a situation when you are in the throes of fatigue.

If you cannot control yourself, how do you hope to control an opponent?

The tips are:

1. Do the right boxing training to avoid fatigue in the first place
2. Use efficient punches
3. Avoid close range when the opponent is not tired
4. Get your breathing right.

I hope that this latest boxing tips video helps out 🙂

Cheers

Fran

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john August 14, 2017 at 11:43 pm

FRAN, YOU’RE SUCH AN AWESOME DUDE. ONLY YOU DO I ZERO IN ( ALL EARS ) & I THANK YOU FROM MY HEART FOR YOU JUST BEING YOU ! YOUR FRIEND, JOHN

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Fran August 15, 2017 at 7:07 pm

No worries – thanks John 🙂

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helena August 14, 2017 at 8:58 pm

Always great advice without all the fluff.Thanks for all you do, Coach.

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Fran August 15, 2017 at 7:07 pm

You’re very welcome, thank you Helena

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pug August 14, 2017 at 1:13 am

Great stuff Fran. Love the way you synthesize things. You’re a man of me own kidney.

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Fran August 14, 2017 at 5:57 pm

Haha, thank you coach 😉

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Anthony Robinson August 13, 2017 at 7:15 pm

Thank you Fran for all your knowledge and hard work. Keep up the good work. Do you have any advice on nutrition? What are some of your favorite fights to watch?

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Fran August 14, 2017 at 5:57 pm

Hey Anthony

Nothing specific on nutrition, will put something together.

My favourite fighters to watch? I have tons of them. Of the current crop Lomachenko (especially) and Rigondeaux are two that I would study endlessly. Here’s my list top 10 favorites of all time (posted a while ago). There’s also stuff on Rigo and Lomachenko on the site – do a search and enjoy 🙂

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