Best Boxing Books
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Fighting techniques and strategies from World Champion and Hall of Fame Boxer, Jack Dempsey.Jack Dempsey, one of the greatest and most popular boxers of all time, reveals the techniques behind his unparalleled success in the ring. Straightforward and with detailed illustrations, Championship Boxing instructs the reader in the theory, training, and ...
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The first comprehensive book on footwork in martial arts covers everything you need to know to take your training to the next level. Footwork Wins Fights goes into great detail on everything you need to know about footwork, from:*Body Mechanics Basic and Clear Rules on how to move efficiently.*Comprehensive List of Footwork – Beginner To AdvancedIn...
Here is Jake LaMotta discussing his career as a hoodlum; Floyd Patterson on growing up in the ghetto; Gunboat Smith on the Jack Johnson era; Jack Dempsey on the Willard fight and the Tunney ”long count”; Rocky Graziano on showbiz; and dozens of others—including Sugar Ray Robinson, Willie Pastrano, José Torres, Carmen Basilio, Joe Louis, Willie Pep,...
Explosive Speed and Power isn't something you are either born with or not, but like all things can be developed. K.O. Power will show you how to unlock your hidden potential, allowing you to be faster and more powerful than you thought possible. In K.O. Power you will learn: -How to design a personalized training routing to develop explosive power ...
In a life as tough as his battles in the ring, Ron Lyle had already served hard time for second-degree murder before he started his amateur boxing career at the age of twenty-nine. After he turned pro, fans knew him as the man who had Muhammad Ali beat on the scorecards for ten rounds in a fight for the heavyweight title; as the man who fought Geor...
Are today's boxers better than their predecessors, or is modern boxing a shadow of its former self? Boxing historians discuss the socioeconomic and demographic changes that have affected the quality, prominence and popularity of the sport over the past century. Among the interviewees are world-renowned scholars, some of the sport's premier trainers...
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Box Like the Pros by Joe Frazier
The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Boxing by Harry Mullan
Writers' fighters and other sweet scientists by John Schulian
The International Boxing Hall of Fame's Basic Boxing Skills by Floyd Patterson
Boxing by Kasia Boddy
The Boxing Psychology Workbook by Danny Uribe MASEP
The Fighter Within by Christopher Olech
Jacobs Beach by Kevin Mitchell
This Bloody Mary Is the Last Thing I Own by Jonathan Rendall
Joe Louis' How to Box by Joe Louis