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help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby karatemuaythai » Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:45 pm

so here is the deal i have done muay thai before,but i trade it for shito ryu karate(gona start in 3 months) and i am still gona do some judo( not shure yet) with this,so because i dont whant to get weak punches is it possible to learn boxing(seyng videos,dowloading stuff,training in the heavy bag and s.eed bag,shadow boxing) since i have already the basics punches and some good combos frow mt?

i am not hoping to get really god at it,but learn some good stuff at my hown
never say never-justin bieber

no answers like-do muay thai instead is better then karate

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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby MuayCrim » Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:49 pm

In my opinion....no. Everything changes when you face an opponent that actually moves.

Sure you can work on your technique, power and speed on the bags. But you need to spar to get your body to instinctively react to an opponent.

But hey, if you need to learn at home, it's better then doing nothing.
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby mmafan559 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:53 pm

karatemuaythai wrote:never say never-justin bieber


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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby MuayCrim » Mon Jul 18, 2011 6:57 pm

mmafan559 wrote:
karatemuaythai wrote:never say never-justin bieber


What?

:lol: i missed that part, yeah, what the fuck?
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby karatemuaythai » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:02 pm

ok man,i dont expect to be really god at it,i just whant to work a LOT of my punches at home try to learn something-like you said better then nothing and i am still gona be doing shito ryu-that is close-medium range

i still remeber when i did mt,i trained a lot of roundhose kicks at home-the teacher never teached me a roundhose kick and when i was sparring i almost fucked the dud with that but later i got ktfo



why dont you like justin bieber the guy is a badass?
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby karatemuaythai » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:06 pm

like this

1-dowload a bunch of books and articles(i do a lot of ilegal dowloads)

2-train in the heavy bag,and just push it in a way that the heavy bag will be moving

3-do other things-shadown boxing,punches holding dumbells,condition
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby lasangre666 » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:19 pm

yes,

I have a punching bag at home, and always love to practice hitting it, I even go 10 to 12 rounds. It may not move like a human but I´ve improved my speed and power drastically...
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby ethnikos » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:21 pm

nope ... no way.
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby BakMan » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:26 pm

It's a different ball game when someone is in front of you
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby otsego » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:27 pm

MuayCrim wrote:
mmafan559 wrote:
karatemuaythai wrote:never say never-justin bieber


What?

:lol: i missed that part, yeah, what the fuck?

That's the name of his movie.
Also you can learn a lot of techniques to drastically improve your game, but without any real sparring it won't do you much good. I'll share my favorite boxing tutorial vids.

This is one of my favorite vids on a technique I'm sure most of you are doing wrong.


This guys channel is pretty damned awesome. I've learned a lot.
http://www.youtube.com/user/myboxingcoach#g/u
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby karatemuaythai » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:27 pm

ethnikos wrote:nope ... no way.



SAY THAT TO BIEBER FACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


back to the topic,how often do you train in the heavy bag,do you see videos?
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby karatemuaythai » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:29 pm

otsego wrote:
MuayCrim wrote:
mmafan559 wrote:
karatemuaythai wrote:never say never-justin bieber


What?

:lol: i missed that part, yeah, what the fuck?

That's the name of his movie.
Also you can learn a lot of techniques to drastically improve your game, but without any real sparring it won't do you much good. I'll share my favorite boxing tutorial vids.

This is one of my favorite vids on a technique I'm sure most of you are doing wrong.


This guys channel is pretty damned awesome. I've learned a lot.
http://www.youtube.com/user/myboxingcoach#g/u


self defense purposes-karate+judo+boxing at home-god game,i just train for 2 reasons
1-because its fun
2-because i whant to figth really god

god video trough
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby divineaage » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:31 pm

You can absolutely learn a thing or 2 at home, and will obviously benefit from additional training of any kind really... But to really learn how to fight or...box watever... You need an opponent trying to hit you back.
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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby karatemuaythai » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:37 pm

divineaage wrote:You can absolutely learn a thing or 2 at home, and will obviously benefit from additional training of any kind really... But to really learn how to fight or...box watever... You need an opponent trying to hit you back.


i have that in judo my teacher isnt ligth,and if i am lucky i coud set up some sparring in karate,or even train kickboxing
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GSP: "I’m very happy that I learned Karate when I was young."
Mike Ciesnolevicz: "Karate when taught the right way can be highly effective."

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Re: help-is it possible to learn BOXING at home?

Postby karatemuaythai » Mon Jul 18, 2011 7:39 pm

divineaage wrote:You can absolutely learn a thing or 2 at home, and will obviously benefit from additional training of any kind really... But to really learn how to fight or...box watever... You need an opponent trying to hit you back.


besides is not like i whant to compete for now,and a heavy bag is a way better figther that un untrained retarded in the streets
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