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    Default Re: What works for you in Sparring/Fighting?

    ı cannot fuckıng understand a sıngle goddamned strategy mentıoned ın the OP. ı trıed pıcturıng ıt over and over step by step but I just cannot fuckıng understand any of ıt.

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    Default Re: What works for you in Sparring/Fighting?

    For beginners a good thing to practice would be specific or situational sparring.
    For example first start off with one person jabbing and the other blocking, parrying or slipping inside or outside. Also, work on one person pressuring and one person circling. It is best to build your way up to full sparring rather than jumping straight in.

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    I have coached a number of years and found that touch sparring to begin with is a nice way to practice distance and timing. (Touch sparring consists of points tapping the shoulders and top of the leg) then moving on to soft body sparring, then to dummy head sparring(pardon the the term dummy, usualy more experienced boxer goes in and taps the more inexperienced boxer on the head, good for both boxers) then onto soft full sparring(does what it says on the tin) then full or open sparring( this is a fight without the judges, the closest you will get to a fight)

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    Default Re: What works for you in Sparring/Fighting?

    Learn how to "pull your punches" meaning punch without power! Thats how you "light spar" and thats how you work when working on new techniques your learning. This isn't powder puff punches but your not looking to knock each other off balance or simply "hurt one another"!!
    You can break down and work on jabs and countering jabs, all types of senerios can be worked out but working with soft touch punches is not a good way to concentrate or learn.
    Having one partner on defense is fine to but the one throwing shots needs to box as if the other guy can reply. Respecting a good spar partner is obviously important. You could easily be stuck not having one!! Then your dead in the water! Ray.

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