Forget the mitts, heavy-bag, or speedbag; you’ll learn how to shadow box properly to improve your footwork, timing, distance, power, defence, hand speed, and inside boxing ability.
Creating angles when Boxing is one of the most difficult components beginners find difficult to understand and implement, it’s what most people refer to as the outside angle. This is the foundational theory as to why slipping a punch and countering from a certain angle is so effective.
Shadowboxing is one of the most useful training regimes in a fighter's arsenal, but it's not incredibly beginner-friendly. From a newbie's perspective, shadowboxing looks silly: a bunch of jerky head movements, hissing breaths, and half-punches without any rhythm or reason.
The Jab Ladder Drill is a highly beneficial exercise to assist in establishing lateral movement whilst throwing your jab. Ladders are a fantastic training tool to help find your rhythm and improve your timing whilst throwing your jab.
The 1-2 is typically the first combination you will learn to throw, you have probably been throwing this combination long before you have started your boxing journey, BUT are you throwing it correctly?