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Old 01-28-2011, 02:09 AM
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I've gotten my bell rung once or twice and forgotten what was going on for a second or two. Like a lot of other people have said already, a lot of it's the fatigue of sparring.

I've seen a lot of guys not come back after sparring for the first time, so it says something if you go back.

Good luck.
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Old 01-28-2011, 10:38 AM
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does it take a while for your left shoulder (for a righty) to get used to throwing hooks. because mine kinda hurts from throwing hooks
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does it take a while for your left shoulder (for a righty) to get used to throwing hooks. because mine kinda hurts from throwing hooks
Hurts or is sore?


If it's sore, it's most likely because you probably don't use your non-dominant
arm that much and boxing (for most) pushes your non dominant hand to be your primary weapon. Mine used to get sore when i started out and a lot of times i would get really bad aches in my shoulders and joints. It went away after a few months.

Your arm does get used to it after a couple of months.


If it hurts, explain how it hurts.
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