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    Help need some advice My 13 year son keeps feeling sick whenever he fights on a show. but never feel sick while trianing, sparring, or on taking him to other gyms. he had 7 fight and ever show he keeps feeling sick into the second round and sometime starts gagging in his corner. It not nerves cos his full of confidence when he walks out and in his ability. It really starting to get him down and he close to quiting fighting

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    Default Re: Feeling sick while boxing on shows

    I would have said nerves too or anxiety but not in the second round.

    Unknown Asthma?

    Check his bloods.
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    Default Re: Feeling sick while boxing on shows

    How long before the fight does he eat? What does he eat?

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    Doing material art for 4 years. full contact for 2 years. eat clean before a fight (chicken pasta and water) no issues in training sparring running he fine. No nerves before fight. last 2 fight he won comfortably. Just keeps feeling sink into the second round and it stopping him from going up a gear

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    Default Re: Feeling sick while boxing on shows

    Quote Originally Posted by Telnson View Post
    Doing material art for 4 years. full contact for 2 years. eat clean before a fight (chicken pasta and water) no issues in training sparring running he fine. No nerves before fight. last 2 fight he won comfortably. Just keeps feeling sink into the second round and it stopping him from going up a gear
    Is he taking any supplements prior to the fight? I’m not implying cheating just something he may take that would act within that timeframe

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    Default Re: Feeling sick while boxing on shows

    Is his mouthpiece/gumshield too big? If so that can be cut down a little perhaps.


    Is he breathing properly during the fight? Sometimes in the heat of the moment you can start holding your breath or not be properly breathing out your punches and that can mess you up.



    I bring those up as a guy who threw up every single football practice I had and who certainly had that issue when training and sparring....hell playing hockey to this day I still try not to puke when I'm pushing myself hard. I eventually learned where my "redline" was and I tried to just work within myself, do things more methodically, focus on attention to detail, and when I really need to dig down deep I know how much juice I have in the tank before the engine taps out...and having good stamina, recovering properly in the corner between rounds, that's perhaps something to look at, maybe don't drink so much water, maybe stay standing in the corner, I'm certain others have had the issue and dealt with it alright.


    best of luck to the kid it's no fun dry heaving on a mouthpiece that's for certain
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