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Old 02-23-2016, 08:07 PM #3
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That's an ignorant, know-it-all attitude. It's not like personal training/fitness. In a boxing gym, it quickly becomes apparent if a guy doesn't know what he's doing and he certainly doesn't accidentally end up training elite fighters. For you to assume you can sit there and make judgments, as if you know more than people who do this as their full-time jobs, and that these world-class fighters have no clue that they are being poorly trained, makes you sound like a fool.

Training is about communication. Some people click with others, some don't. Boxing exercises are simple but observing what more a fighter can do and communicating that to them is where the science of training gets deep. The trainer-fighter relationship is a lot more complex than you're realizing. It's not an easy equation and great trainer + great fighter does not necessarily = wins.

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