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EXIGE
08-15-2005, 12:01 AM
Has anyone else seen these TITLE boxing training videos.

I downloaded the Counter Punch one, and its actually pretty good at explaining everything that you need to do in every situation. It wasnt anything that i didnt know, but i would definetly recommend it to anyone who hasnt yet started the sport or to anyone who has only just begun learning everything.

Tell me if you have seen any others, and what ones you have watched. Would you recommend them.

If you havent yet seen any try and get hold of some, or i think maybe you could buy them, because there is a whole series of them for every aspect of boxing.

Zach282
08-15-2005, 12:04 AM
Has anyone else seen these TITLE boxing training videos.

I downloaded the Counter Punch one, and its actually pretty good at explaining everything that you need to do in every situation. It wasnt anything that i didnt know, but i would definetly recommend it to anyone who hasnt yet started the sport or to anyone who has only just begun learning everything.

Tell me if you have seen any others, and what ones you have watched. Would you recommend them.

If you havent yet seen any try and get hold of some, or i think maybe you could buy them, because there is a whole series of them for every aspect of boxing.
Can you give a link. Cause your about the 3rd person ive heard saying that they work.

EXIGE
08-15-2005, 12:11 AM
Can you give a link. Cause your about the 3rd person ive heard saying that they work.
A link to what. sorry mate but i downloaded off of WinMX.

Search there if you wanted to see what one was like, or alternatively buy one. Do you know if they are for sale?

Hope this helps.

boxer2k5
08-15-2005, 12:57 AM
lol i downloaded all 16

they pretty good
ive only watched
the defense one and
advance techniques

they prtty good
alot of stuff i was taught by my trainer
or learned from watchign so much boxing
but i learned a few extra from watch these
vids
alos was able to tweak things i knew already

Dropkick
08-15-2005, 01:14 AM
Can you give a link. Cause your about the 3rd person ive heard saying that they work.

TitleBoxing teaching Video's (http://store.titleboxing.com/video-tapes---books-instructional-videos.html)

I have not seen the video that was mentioned above, but I did get this one about a year ago: The Speed Bag Bible DVD (http://store.titleboxing.com/speed-bag-bible-video.html)

and it is awesome. The guy teaching is incredible and he explains the speed bag very effectively. After I got the video, I also got the book. Both are Definitely worth the price. If the others are as good as this one, they would be a great investment to your training library.

by the way, Ringside also has a lot of training video's. Ringside boxing Video selections (http://www.ringside.com/SearchResult.aspx?CategoryID=2357) I have heard the John Brown series is very good, but have not seen it.

elizapunch
08-15-2005, 02:16 AM
...but I did get this one about a year ago: The Speed Bag Bible DVD (http://store.titleboxing.com/speed-bag-bible-video.html) and it is awesome. The guy teaching is incredible and he explains the speed bag very effectively. After I got the video, I also got the book. Both are Definitely worth the price. If the others are as good as this one, they would be a great investment to your training library.


I also have The Speed Bag Bible DVD, as well as his Longer 4-video series. http://www.ringside.com/DETAIL.ASPX?ID=24713
and it is also awesome. YEARS of information here.

the guy teaching it is outrageous on the speed bag.
http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=Speed-Bag_Hitting-all-angles

http://www.putfile.com/media.php?n=Speed-Bag_Danger-Zone

I also have the "Ringside DVD training set" http://www.ringside.com/DETAIL.ASPX?ID=24952 and think it is pretty helpful for training, but I don't box competitively, and can't say if it would be helpful for a more serious competitor.

zip
08-15-2005, 08:11 AM
I watched most of them, and they are aight, knew most of the stuff anyway.

EXIGE
08-15-2005, 09:08 AM
lol i downloaded all 14

they pretty good
ive only watched
the defense one and
advance techniques

they prtty good
alot of stuff i was taught by my trainer
or learned from watchign so much boxing
but i learned a few extra from watch these
vids
alos was able to tweak things i knew already
This is what i experienced too.

SilentButViolent
08-15-2005, 01:46 PM
does that seedbag video actually teahc you anything?im willing to trade that vid if anyone has it for some fights :D hit me up pm

c0pe
08-15-2005, 07:45 PM
TitleBoxing teaching Video's (http://store.titleboxing.com/video-tapes---books-instructional-videos.html)

I have not seen the video that was mentioned above, but I did get this one about a year ago: The Speed Bag Bible DVD (http://store.titleboxing.com/speed-bag-bible-video.html)

and it is awesome. The guy teaching is incredible and he explains the speed bag very effectively. After I got the video, I also got the book. Both are Definitely worth the price. If the others are as good as this one, they would be a great investment to your training library.

by the way, Ringside also has a lot of training video's. Ringside boxing Video selections (http://www.ringside.com/SearchResult.aspx?CategoryID=2357) I have heard the John Brown series is very good, but have not seen it.
Thanks for the link.

LIL CESAR CHAVES
08-15-2005, 11:14 PM
at exig3,is winm a pretty good file sharing program does it give u viruses like kazaa?

elizapunch
08-16-2005, 12:01 AM
does that speedbag video actually teahc you anything?im willing to trade that vid if anyone has it for some fights :D hit me up pm

Hey, xXxlimXx

In my opinion, it teaches you EVERYTHING. A whole lot more than most boxers use, but you can just use what you want. If you want to learn how to hit like this: speed bag punching (http://media.putfile.com/Speed-Bag_Hitting-all-angles) than this is the DVD to have.

I can't trade my copy, cause I ain't done with it yet. But someone else may help ya out.

EXIGE
08-16-2005, 11:26 AM
at exig3,is winm a pretty good file sharing program does it give u viruses like kazaa?
Well i can only speak from experience and i have never received one virus from WinMX and i download all sort of things from it. Only recently have i started downloading boxing. I used to just download music and stuff like that.

It is way better than Kazaa on the virus front. But i would say the connection is about 5% slower on WinMX and there are less files on there. Nevertheless i would recommend it to you for sure. It works every time for me, and is a great file sharing programme.

Try it for yourself.