Monday, April 21, 2014

Blydell Martin

Jabs from Blydell – Power from the Core

by Blydell Martin on November 23, 2011

Sit down on your punches.  Use your legs and core to generate punching power.  Slightly squat, drop your buttocks down, bend your legs while throwing power punches.  Make sure you turn your waist and pivot your foot.  Using your legs will make your punches more effective. Blydell Martin is currently a boxing trainer with TITLE […]

Jabs from Blydell – Program Your Muscles

by Blydell Martin on November 17, 2011

Muscle memory is what your body depends on when your brain is fatigue. Practice skills and technique with out flaw, and with lots of repetitions. So when your to tired to think in the fight, you don’t have to worry. You will go on auto pilot and your body will respond properly. Blydell Martin is […]

Jabs from Blydell – The Body Bank

by Blydell Martin on October 28, 2011

Invest in body punches. They may not seem to have and effect on your opponent early in the fight,  but just keep delivering body shots and watch your opponents punches lose power, movements slow down and fatigue set in.  They will fall apart right before your eyes. Blydell Martin is currently a boxing trainer with […]

Jabs from Blydell – Attacking the Unorthodox

by Blydell Martin on October 17, 2011

The right hand lead, left hook is a great weapon against and unconventional fighter (south paw) Position your front foot to the left and outside of  your opponents front foot to avoid their power hand and make it easier to defend against their jab. Once you are at this angle you can deliver a powerful […]

Jabs From Blydell – No Room for Lazy

by Blydell Martin on October 10, 2011

Put forth the effort to correct mistakes in your technique no matter how much time it takes.  Lazy effort is one of the main ingredients for failure. Blydell Martin is currently a boxing trainer with TITLE Boxing Club in Olathe, KS.

Jabs from Blydell – It’s All About the Training

by Blydell Martin on October 7, 2011

All fighters have bravery and courage in common but the fighter that trains the hardest, pushes his body to the limit, and sacrifices the most will be more likely to win the battle. Blydell Martin is currently a boxing trainer with TITLE Boxing Club in Olathe, KS.