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by Fran on August 24, 2010

The Southpaw Versus Orthodox Conundrum!

The Southpaw versus Orthodox Explained! report provides:

  • A full insight of the boxing stance, both orthodox and southpaw.
  • The factors in play when boxing stances collide, examining orthodox versus orthodox, southpaw versus southpaw and of course southpaw versus orthodox.
  • Describes a strategy for boxers of opposing stances to use against each other.
  • Some effective boxing combinations to use against an opponent with an opposing stance.

Understand Boxing Equipment Before You Buy!

The 10 Equipment Essentials for Boxing Success report provides:

  • Invaluable information on boxing equipment and how it is used.
  • The right equipment advice if you are setting up a small home gym.
  • An understanding of the required basic starter equipment for joining a gym.

Whatever your intentions, this report will provide you with nuggets of impartial information regarding equipment that is packaged into one easy document.  This report will answer your questions and will provide the platform for you to achieve your fitness goals.

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Tom January 24, 2013 at 5:44 pm

I will second Maurizio’s comment and add that this coach is brilliant, he really has expert advice!

Im used to con artists online posing as experts to make money out of the less knowledgeable, (nearly all of them in my experience) so its rare and great to see someone that really knows and loves his trade and provides huge value for money.

Thanks coach!


Fran January 25, 2013 at 9:17 pm

You’re a top man Tom. It’s really nice to be recognised for putting decent coaching advice out and I can agree with you on some of the other on-line stuff (I say ‘some’ because there is good stuff but it takes some finding!)

Cheers Tom



maurizio June 9, 2011 at 11:22 pm

highly recommended to anyone interested in learning the art of boxing ……..the technique is explained very well …is a very good site .


Fran June 11, 2011 at 6:16 pm

Thank you very much Maurizio!


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