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Characteristics of Boxing
The International Amateur Boxing Association (IABA) is the word’s governing body for amateur boxing. There are some differences in the two types of Boxing as amateur bouts are just three rounds long and protective headgear and sleeveless shirts are worn.
Pro bouts last anywhere between four and 12 rounds with no headgear and the gloves may be lighter. Some of the most famous Boxers in the modern era include Muhammad Ali, Manny Pacquiao, and Floyd Mayweather Jr., with Danny Green, Anthony Mundine, and Michael Katsidis being among the most popular Australian competitors.
Boxing Training & Drills
Most professional boxers train between 8 and 12 weeks to prepare for a fight.
A Boxing training program has to include drills for power, endurance, reactive power, muscular endurance, and aerobic and anaerobic endurance. Boxers use anaerobic and aerobic energy during fights and are required to tolerate a high heart rate as well as high levels of blood lactate.
To be successful at the sport of Boxing, training must incorporate speed, reaction time and. This is why you’ll see Boxers working on speed bags as well as heavy bags. Medicine balls, skipping, running, sit-ups, and pull-ups are all common Boxing training drills. Boxing specific weightlifting typically involves lifting lighter weights with more repetitions.