Foundation Video 6

by Fran on July 13, 2011

Boxing Training Foundation

Video #6


  • This video contains all of the footage as described on pages 105 to 125 of the eBook.
  • All ‘Timed Points’ are to be found within each section of the eBook.
  • For a complete list of timed points, check out Annexe 14 of the eBook (page 139).


Download of Video #6:

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Link to Download of BTF Video #6 (WMV – 1.27Gb)


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albignasegorsc July 18, 2011 at 8:30 pm

Really good to see information on the Ton Up. I have never done this before but have done exercises like box jumping then hitting the heavy bag or Burpees/Press Ups followed by shadow boxing. Would you recommend doing one set or more for the Ton Up.


Fran July 18, 2011 at 9:08 pm


Thanks. And you’re right, the Ton Up is a time tested method for developing the kind of core strength that fighters need. For a competing boxer, who is in full training, we would build up to 3 or 4 sets. Another alternative (aside from the target circuit approach described in the eBook), which is a real lung buster, is to increase the reps, maybe to 15’s or 20’s. You could even apply a pyramid approach with a sub-set of the exercises, increasing the reps from 10 to 20 to 30, or vice versa from 30 to 20 to 10. These approaches do require some serious fitness, so do take it easy and build it up slowly.

Thanks for the question Graham, hope the response helps. Anymore questions, you know where I am.


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