Boxing for Everyone: How to Get Fit and Have Fun with Boxing Paperback – Jan 1 1997
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A few years ago, the title of this book would've seemed ridiculous. But interest in fight training has been skyrocketing, even among those who have no intention of hitting another human being, or being hit. Some do it to learn self-defense, while others want the fitness benefits. Still others want the confident, athletic posture of the trained boxer. Boxing for Everyone shows how to get all of the above. Much of the book focuses on posture and footwork, and it concludes by setting up workouts for aspiring boxers to follow.
Top Customer Reviews
I feel this book is very outdated. The graphics are very poor, the workout ideas are minimal. It seems to be aimed at women who are JUST getting into sports. Too much basic information (filler) from stretching to how to do situps.
Most recent customer reviews
I wasn't sure what to expect with this book, but it not only provides factual information on the technical aspects of boxing but also inspires female would-be boxers to be their... Read morePublished on June 24 1999
This book is not only mentioning the female boxing but a good boxing manual. For beginner, you can learn the basic skills. For the experience boxer, this book is a good reminder.Published on Aug. 23 1998
This book really helped me get started working out on the heavy bag. The steps are pretty easy to follow and I like the question and answer section at the end of each chapter.Published on June 25 1998