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It’s your job to GYATC and the coach's job to kick it while you're there.
How you treat others and the attitude you bring to the gym will be reflected in the way they treat you. Leave your ego at home.
A: Abilities: Skills come first, fitness/intensity second.
B: Building Roads: Neuro-muscular pathways lead to coordination.
C: Counting Reps - 300 to learn; 3,000 to correct; 10,000 to master.
The basic stance is the foundation on which you will be able to build your skills.
Use the rotation from one punch to set up the next punch.
Focus on proper technique; speed and power will follow.
Always protect your face and bring every punch right back to the guard position.
Being able to move quickly and efficiently in all directions will increase the speed and rhythm of your combinations.
Exhaling sharply at the end of each punch will help improve focus and timing.
Challenge yourself. There are always new skills to learn and techniques to improve upon.
BY PHOENIX BOXING COACH: BRIAN CORBETT