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  • #21
    Originally posted by Rockin' View Post
    Yup, by fighting.

    I've watched sooo many new guys who throw nice shots in the mirror and then fall apart, slapping like a girl, once they start sparring. Just like girls. sock 'em in the puss and ......... LMAO!!!.....Rockin'
    This corona hard havent sparred since february last year

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    • #22
      Originally posted by boxinglife8 View Post
      ye that pick it up on yt and do in gym
      Seen guys do stuff in the gym they saw on YouTube, get in the ring and get ran out of it 30 seconds later.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by boxinglife8 View Post
        This corona hard haven't sparred since February last year
        Really? I sparred like... 12 hours ago.

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        • #24
          Originally posted by Lomadeaux View Post
          Really? I sparred like... 12 hours ago.
          Lucky man where you from bro

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          • #25
            Originally posted by boxinglife8 View Post
            Lucky man where you from bro
            Mid-Atlantic. Gyms are open all over the country man. Fights are happening everywhere.

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              • #27
                For sure you can't learn to box watching youtube and youtube videos are no substitute for actual coaching and training. That being said, Tom Yankello's World Class Boxing Channel on youtube has lots of good demonstrations of drill for people to work on in the gym or at home if you can't make it to a gym still. Coach Anthony's youtube channel is also pretty good as well as Coach Mustafa's instagram page.

                I feel for people who can't make it to the gym still, it's been the only thing keeping me sane recently, got some good sparring in last night.

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                • #28
                  Man, the good ones quit because no one pays attention to them. I'll check out the guys mentioned here but in my personal experience there are none.

                  I don't have a ****ing clue why people would rather watch trainers with absolutely no one recognizable on their resume, ever, but when guys who have trained recognized talent try YT all they get is crickets or criticism because they don't have a champion.

                  Barry Robinson was the last one I followed. He was training Gokan Saki for his return and when people diss'd Saki for just being a high level kickboxer Barry moved on.

                  Not saying Barry's the king of coaches or Saki's the greatest kickboxer ever, but, it's much better than random guy with random students I'd say.
                  Last edited by Marchegiano; 02-11-2021, 01:37 PM. Reason: plurals

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by rgm82 View Post
                    Who do you guys like for training tips on youtube? I was hoping my gym would be open again by now but alas not the case and I'm looking to mix up my routine with some new skill-building and condition drills, hopefully from somebody on youtube who knows what they're doing

                    I have limited equipment at home to work with, but enough I think to be able to do a lot of stuff - i have double ended bag, jump rope, maize ball, slip line, hand/ankle weights, and plenty of floor space for shadowboxing/footwork drills
                    teddy atlas in my opinion, by far. he knows what hes talking about. even at his age his punching mechanics are better than most pros today

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by Marchegiano View Post
                      Man, the good ones quit because no one pays attention to them. I'll check out the guys mentioned here but in my personal experience there are none.

                      I don't have a ****ing clue why people would rather watch trainers with absolutely no one recognizable on their resume, ever, but when guys who have trained recognized talent try YT all they get is crickets or criticism because they don't have a champion.

                      Barry Robinson was the last one I followed. He was training Gokan Saki for his return and when people diss'd Saki for just being a high level kickboxer Barry moved on.

                      Not saying Barry's the king of coaches or Saki's the greatest kickboxer ever, but, it's much better than random guy with random students I'd say.
                      The thing with Barry Robinson is that he was kind of arrogant when he used to post here.

                      That turned a lot of us against him.

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