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From inside the gym to around the world of combat sports, the TITLE Boxing Blog keeps you up-to-date with the latest MMA and Boxing news, training tips and fighting techniques. This is the kind of info you need to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk.
  1. Jump Rope Tips – TITLE Boxing – 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...
  2. How to Jump Rope for Boxing

    How to Jump Rope for Boxing
    By Bryanna Fissori - Board of Advisors Jump Rope Boxing Benefits Walk in to virtually any boxing gym and watch the athletes warming up. You are bound to see people, from small children to adult professionals jumping rope. There are a number of benefits to jumping rope. If the skill of jumping rope was not applicable for boxing, it probably...
  3. Jump to It - The Art of the Jump Rope

    By Douglas Ward, Marketing Director at TITLE Boxing Why Do Boxers Jump Rope? Boxing and the outcome of a fight is not always determined by the big things you do in the gym, but sometimes it is the attention you give to the details that really make the difference.  One of those details is the jump rope.  Aside from the...
  4. A Need for Speed - Proper Footwork

    A Need for Speed - Proper Footwork
    By Douglas Ward, Marketing Director at TITLE Boxing How To Improve Footwork in Boxing An underutilized resource of many fighters is their footwork. Although they realize how important it is in relation to balance and movement, they fail to understand what a vital role it plays in both offense and defense. As a fighter, quick movements can carry you within...
  5. It Starts from the Ground Up

    Jumping rope has enormous conditioning benefits, but always jump on a forgiving surface.  Do not skip rope on concrete or hard wood floors.  They have little or no “give”.  Use a rubber mat, carpet or padded surface of some type to help absorb impact.  You will also get more benefit from a surface that requires effort to rebound from. Doug...

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