Conditioning Exercises for Boxing

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Conditioning exercises for boxing can help you take strikes in a variety of places on your body. Educate yourself about conditioning exercises for boxing with help from a kickboxing expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Dan Champa, from Tiger King Muay Thai, and today we'll go over some conditioning for Muay Thai kickboxing. Today, we're going to go over two exercises, and they're going to help us with conditioning for taking strikes to the abdomen and lower region, and also to build us for power for offensive attacks for punches. So, the first thing we'll go over is the sit ups. So, what you're going to do is try to get a partner. You guys are both going to sit on the ground, and you're going to lock legs, as you can see. One partner is going to lock their legs from the outside in. The other partner is going to hook on to the back of the legs like this. So, both partners will go down at the same time, all the way down, come back up, and hit hands. Go down, and come back up. Usually, when you do this exercise, you want to do about a hundred repetitions or more for endurance, as well as strengthening the core. So, the next thing we're going to do after we've completed these, is you want to go into the push up position. So, what we're going to do is, you're going to ensure that you wrap your legs in the back like this. In the push up position, looking at your partner, you're going to go down, up, and clap across. Down, up, clap across. Down, up, and across. Also, you want to do about 100 repetitions of this. This exercise is a plyometric exercise, and this will help you give more explosiveness in your punches, and pushing off of opponents. This is Dan Champa from Tiger King Muay Thai, and those were some conditioning exercises for Muay Thai kickboxing.

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