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1. Break your workout into three 2-minute rounds. This may sound easy but if you perform your workout properly, this can be very intense. Gradually increase the rounds as you develop.
2. You MUST think of the bag as an opponent, this is important as it allows your mind and body to stay sharp instead of throwing a barrage punches until your fuel runs out. Half of the training in boxing comes from your focus on defence and movement. Therefore the best way to insure you don’t get lazy with the defensive side is to imagine the bag as an opponent who could hit you back at any time…HARD!
3. Never stop moving! Whether your throwing punches, skipping around the bag or weaving your upper body, you must always keep moving. This is how you maintain the intensity of your workout. Always remain on your toes while moving and punching, this is also very vital in order for you to stay sharp. If you become really tired, weaving your upper body and throwing single jabs is a good way to stay moving yet recover your energy.
4. When throwing combos be sure to throw at least four punches per combo and always return to your defensive stance.
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Work on stamina- if you want to build your stamina up, work on all four steps mentioned earlier but instead, increase the rounds to three minutes instead of two. By doing this you will start to see a great improvement in your stamina after your first workout due to the high intensity.
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