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Old 06-18-2010, 01:39 AM
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Originally Posted by MartinM. View Post
Some cushioned insoles might do the trick and you can buy them pretty cheap.


Good luck with your training and keep up the good work.
Ill try the insoles but man. I get some fat blister right under my toe from pivoting and twisting my back foot when throwing a straight arm. My coach just told me if I was interested in sparring so hopefully sooner than later ill be sparring. He also told me to concentrate on either being orthodox or southpaw. The thing is I feel very comfortable in both positions.

I was going to pick up a pair of boxing gloves but if the insoles dont work should I pick up some boxing shoes? I was looking at these.

http://cgi.ebay.com/Everlast-Boxing-...item1c1180479f
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