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join a boxing gym to get help from a trainer, get a heavy bag, gloves etc to practice what u learn at trainings at home and do tonnes of running, working out in your spare time. thats the best way id have thought
 

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yeah i gota agree with u there brroklyn, trying to motivate yourself for road work is hard lol, even harder to keep pushing yourself to make the distance.

If you want to box but theres no gym near you , u still can. order a heavy bag, speed bag, double end bag, hand wraps, gloves basicaly most of the stuff ull find in a gym. then find a trainer on the internet and get them to design a training routine for u, post up vids of urself here in the training section if u cant get something right, and if u stick to the training routine ull end up fit enough and with the skills to box compedetively. most of the 'training' done at a gym u can do at home if your told what to do, except sparring i guess.
 

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I mean you gotta be able to not quit. Many people can't wait to start but when they come for their first session with my trainer they never come back cause its so hard. It's not as easy as some people think cause i used to think boxing was very easy..til i started training.
 

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i know that,i've been through that,
i know it's hard,but when there's someone there to scold you and inspire you,i guess i can still go it
Do you have the ability to record clips of your training session? If you can post them, I will certainly give you critique as Im sure the other members will as well. We can point out things you need to work on to get better. :thumbsup:
 
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