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Old 07-15-2009, 06:36 AM #1
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All about shadowboxing!

go here to read about shadowboxing tips

everythingfight.blogspot.com/2009/07/shadowboxing-all-about-it.html

Do you do it only for warm-up?
Do you shadowbox with intensity?
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Old 07-15-2009, 07:32 AM #2
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All about shadowboxing!

go here to read about shadowboxing tips

everythingfight.blogspot.com/2009/07/shadowboxing-all-about-it.html

Do you do it only for warm-up?
Do you shadowbox with intensity?
Both for me . I add 50 punches intense to my conditioning circuits.
10 squat thrusts
10 squats
10 push ups
20 jumping jacks
50 punches
Every exercise full sprint and as fast as I can on change overs , it's intense.Or just lightly and for technique to warm up
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Old 07-15-2009, 10:08 AM #3
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I use shadowboxing not just for conditioning but to see technique. I use it everytime I work out.
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Old 07-15-2009, 10:30 AM #4
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to patraitce on my skills and see if it something i don't like
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the hardest opponent you can fight is yourself. i shadowbox to feel out technique and practice form, balance, combinations. It makes combinations feel natural from doing them so often. i go from thinking ok i need to throw more 232 and now i dont even have to think about throwing in certain combinations to mix up my shadowboxing because its become second nature to me. I can think mid combination what i want to do and i can mix it up on the fly without having to pause or stop to think what i should do. It translates well into the ring because it helps you throw techniques more naturally knowing that youve done it hundreds of thousands of times shadowboxing so it shouldnt feel foreign.
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the hardest opponent you can fight is yourself. I shadowbox to feel out technique and practice form, balance, combinations. It makes combinations feel natural from doing them so often. I go from thinking ok i need to throw more 232 and now i dont even have to think about throwing in certain combinations to mix up my shadowboxing because its become second nature to me. I can think mid combination what i want to do and i can mix it up on the fly without having to pause or stop to think what i should do. It translates well into the ring because it helps you throw techniques more naturally knowing that youve done it hundreds of thousands of times shadowboxing so it shouldnt feel foreign.
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the hardest opponent you can fight is yourself. i shadowbox to feel out technique and practice form, balance, combinations. It makes combinations feel natural from doing them so often. i go from thinking ok i need to throw more 232 and now i dont even have to think about throwing in certain combinations to mix up my shadowboxing because its become second nature to me. I can think mid combination what i want to do and i can mix it up on the fly without having to pause or stop to think what i should do. It translates well into the ring because it helps you throw techniques more naturally knowing that youve done it hundreds of thousands of times shadowboxing so it shouldnt feel foreign.
being serious now...... This here is the Text book....best answer you can get right here.
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the hardest opponent you can fight is yourself. i shadowbox to feel out technique and practice form, balance, combinations. It makes combinations feel natural from doing them so often. i go from thinking ok i need to throw more 232 and now i dont even have to think about throwing in certain combinations to mix up my shadowboxing because its become second nature to me. I can think mid combination what i want to do and i can mix it up on the fly without having to pause or stop to think what i should do. It translates well into the ring because it helps you throw techniques more naturally knowing that youve done it hundreds of thousands of times shadowboxing so it shouldnt feel foreign.
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to emulate the movements and tacticts possibly used in the ring
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