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I am new to boxing, and I am not very good at all, hence, my username (I'm surprised that no one has used this name yet).
I haven't been in a real boxing match yet, but I plan to join a boxing club nearby.
I am in high school, only 100 lbs or so, and I wouldn't call myself strong, but I love boxing.
If you have any advice, it would be much appreciated.
 

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punchingbag said:
I am new to boxing, and I am not very good at all, hence, my username (I'm surprised that no one has used this name yet).
I haven't been in a real boxing match yet, but I plan to join a boxing club nearby.
I am in high school, only 100 lbs or so, and I wouldn't call myself strong, but I love boxing.
If you have any advice, it would be much appreciated.
Keep it up, go to a local gym and learn how to do it properly.

Noone's good when they start don't worry you'll get there don't worry about having amatuer fights yet it's a sport which takes time to get good at you don't have fights straight away.

Your weights irrelevant it just means you'll fight in a lower weight class.
 

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spiderbloke said:
Keep it up, go to a local gym and learn how to do it properly.

Noone's good when they start don't worry you'll get there don't worry about having amatuer fights yet it's a sport which takes time to get good at you don't have fights straight away.

Your weights irrelevant it just means you'll fight in a lower weight class.
Yeah, I don't expect to get in any fights yet, though I appreciate the advice.
 

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spiderbloke said:
Keep it up, go to a local gym and learn how to do it properly.

Noone's good when they start don't worry you'll get there don't worry about having amatuer fights yet it's a sport which takes time to get good at you don't have fights straight away.

Your weights irrelevant it just means you'll fight in a lower weight class.
i was, im half man half amazing though. :cool:
 

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spiderbloke said:
Selective memory in your old age then thomas :rolleyes:
just like when i gamble, i always talk about my wins but never my loses. LOL
 

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TommyGunn said:
i was, im half man half amazing though. :cool:
Hey thats the name of my first album. Anyway Puchingbag keep it up be patient. How old are you?
 

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Oh you got plenty of time to develop. Take you time and stay focussed. School first sports second.
 

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Balistik said:
My advice is to keep on training regularly even if you get beat up big time use this as a motivation.
Once again, thanks for the advice. I'm sure I will get beat up big time, frequently.
 

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Everybody does when they start. At some point in your training you'll find yourself feeling very good despite being sweaty and stuff. You'll feel like you're not as tired as you think you'd be and you got extra stamina. That's the best feeling in the world.
 
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