Boxing As Therapy

Maybe the reader would prefer “Movement As Therapy” as the title. After all, how can therapy be something which includes violence of the kind found in boxing? Maybe “Tai Chi As Therapy” has a better ring to it. Tai Chi contains beautiful, smooth, silky movements, although it is considered and accepted as a martial art…we…

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The great importance of the stance

The importance of a good stance cannot be overestimated. It is your stance that lets you move, while at the same time giving stability to your movements. Actually it is the root of all your actions, because you generate force from your stance. It may seem boring to practice your stance. But if you see…

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Boxing: How To Train Well

Maybe you’ve been training for a while, or maybe you’re just starting to train, when this question “How best to train?” comes up. It’s good to be conscious about what you do. After all, training isn’t limited to one individual session, or even just when you’re at the gym. It is a lifelong process and…

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