*NOW TOUCH GLOVES!
Training in the ring develops your fighting skills!
Sparring is NOT fighting.
Sparring is to develop skills, not to determine a winner.
You always want the best out of your sparring partners
so that they may bring out the best in you.
Getting Comfortable In The Ring
Punching VS Trained Fighter
Shadowbox in the Ring
5 Jab Drill
1-2’s (three punch maximum)
How to know when fighters are going too fast or too hard.
They are hitting hard.
They’re flinching (or closing their eyes).
They are making panic movements.
They spend more time running than punching.
They’re getting tired.
Training on bags and mitts only develops technique.
Training in the ring develops fighting skills.
Don’t mess up a good workout by getting tired!
They’re not enjoying it.
Controlled Sparring Theory
Let me give you another reason why you don’t want to spar hard:
If you spar too hard,
you will tire prematurely and get less sparring practice.
Don’t try to win a sparring match.