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Old 12-21-2012, 03:10 AM
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Originally Posted by deejd View Post
Exactly. People who don't box or that aren't well-schooled wouldn't understand that style of mitt work.
Those who really understand training know that this form of pad work (i.e. Mayweather style) is flawed and normal pad work (i.e p.unching with power, sitting on punches, full rotation etc) is far superior for most occassions

I will put an argument together when I have more time outlining my thoughts on this style of pad work.
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