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How to Assemble the TITLE Fold-Away Adjustable Speed Bag Platform - TITLE Boxing Blog - How To Set Up A Speed Bag

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How to Set Up a Speed Bag Platform 1. Assembling the platform. Mount the chrome speed bag swivel with the four 1-1/4” bolts, washers and lock nuts provided to the bottom side middle of the round board. The bottom side of the board is the side that will face down and be the side that you actually hit the speed bag against when working out. The bottom side of the board has four pilot holes drilled for mounting the swivel in the middle, and four inset bolt head holes for mounting the board to the long metal double T-frame. 2...

How To Replace a Speed Bag & Double End Bag Bladder – TITLE Boxing Blog – How To Change a Bladder

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How To Replace a Speed Bag Bladder When it comes to speed bags and double end bags, you know well enough that they come in a variety of sizes, shapes, colors and dimensions. You have a wide selection. You also have a variety of bladders and that’s good because at some point in time, either the bladder is going to stop maintaining air or it’s going to outright bust. Although you and I know, TITLE bladders last forever. But, in the case that you do have to change one, I will explain to you how, so you are armed and...

What To Look For In Boxing Headgear - TITLE Boxing Blog - Best Boxing Headgear 2019

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How To Choose Boxing Headgear WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN BOXING HEADGEAR AND HOW TO GET THE BEST FIT   How do you properly fit your headgear? Although defense is an important part of training, some punches will inevitably get through. With that, you want headgear that fits properly and performs to the best of its ability to keep you protected. Here are our top three things we think you should look for in headgear: ADJUSTABILITY You want a headgear that you can adjust to fit your head for a custom fit. Not all headgear have adjustability in all three...

When to Replace Your Boxing Gear - TITLE Boxing Blog - How Long Do Boxing Gloves Last?

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 How long do boxing gloves last? When to Replace Your Boxing Gear Stinky, broken, or just plain old... all gear will eventually wear out. How do you know if your gear is past it's prime? BOXING SHOES Boxing Shoes should be replaced every 6 months depending on frequency of use (assuming they are being used in the gym and in sparring 6 times per week.) Six times per week, 4 weeks a month, 6 months = approximately 144 rounds Track the number of rounds you log each sparring session to get the most accurate record of minutes they are used. Once...

Seven Factors in Designing a Boxing Glove – TITLE Boxing Blog - Choosing Boxing Gloves

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Choosing Boxing Gloves   One of the most common questions we get at TITLE Boxing is how to choose the right boxing glove. This can be a tricky question because the fit and feel of a boxing glove is mostly based on your own personal preferences. Consider these factors when choosing your next pair of gloves. 1. THE FIT A glove should slide on without a ton of effort and struggling. You shouldn’t have to force your hand in the glove. It should be snug and firm, but not tight. There should be room for wraps and it shouldn’t put...

Technique Drills for Better Head Movement - TITLE Boxing Blog - How To Avoid Punches

How To Avoid Punches TECHNIQUE DRILLS FOR BETTER HEAD MOVEMENT BY BRYANNA FISSORI, TITLE Board of Advisors   EVASIVE HEAD MOVEMENT PARTNER DRILL There are two general, equally important methods of avoiding oncoming punches. One is “blocking,” which entails putting your glove between you and the punch. The second is “evading.” Evasive head movement gets you out of the way of the punch without making contact. This simple, four-part, evasive head movement partner drill is practical for all boxing skill levels. __________ EVASIVE HEAD MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES There are four basic evasive head movement techniques this drill will help you perfect...

Boxing is Back on its Feet and Poised for a Knockout in 2019 - TITLE Boxing Blog - 2018 Year In Review

Boxing: 2018 Year in Review Boxing is back on its feet and poised for a knockout in 2019 BY JEFF ZIMMERMAN, TITLE Board of Advisors What a year it has been for boxing in 2018!  There was so much that happened both in the ring and out, that it’s hard to wrap up such a great year in a single blog. But hey, let’s give it a try. Boxing is booming these days and 2018 could one day be the year that launched the sport back into public domain, especially in the United States. The idea that boxing was ever...

Protect Yourself At All Costs - TITLE Boxing Blog - How To Prevent Concussions in Boxing

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How To Prevent Concussions in Boxing Concussions and brain damage are not topics anyone wants to discuss, but injuries of this type are not exclusive to boxing and combat sports alone.  They impact all athletes in various types of contact sports and it’s best to address these issue head-on, protect yourself properly and take the necessary precautions to be sure that you can perform at your best and remain injury-free.  There are numerous pro-active moves you can make to help avoid suffering head trauma or sustaining a concussion. As it relates specifically to boxing, a knockout occurs, or concussive-type injuries...

Talking Boxing, Top Ten Common Phrases Influenced From the Boxing World - TITLE Boxing Blog - Boxer Quotes & Sayings

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Boxer Quotes & Sayings While everyone may not follow the sport of boxing, there’s no denying that it has influenced both our culture and even the way we talk. Yes, the way we talk. You may not know it, but some of today’s most common phrases come from the history of boxing. Here are some of the top boxing terms that have become a regular part of our everyday language. “You’d better toe the line.” Telling someone to essentially, “get their act in order,” or “straighten-up,” was taken from Jack Broughton’s original Seven Rules of Boxing. In 1743, in an...

Jump Rope Tips – TITLE Boxing Blog – How to Jump Rope for Boxing

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How To Jump Rope for Boxing Skipping rope is one of the oldest, most beneficial aspects of a boxing workout because it’s simple to perform and is one of the best stamina building exercises you can do in the gym. According to the Cooper Aerobic Institute, 15 minutes on the jump rope is the cardiovascular equivalent to 30 minutes of running. In addition to the aerobic benefits, jumping rope strengthens all of your leg muscles; your ankles, your calves, all of which play a crucial part in your footwork and movement in the ring. So here are some quick tips...
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