1. Introduction 2. Technique 3. Bagwork 4. Focus pad training 5. Specific Boxing Drills 6. Skipping 7. Running 8. Weight Training 9. Calisthenics 10. Core training for boxing 11. Circuit training 12. Training with a partner 13. The solo training workout 14. Flexibility and stretching 15. Alternative training 16. Equipment 17. Nutrition 18. Injury and illness
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Ian Oliver is a renowned North London boxing trainer with over thirty years experience training people from all walks of life
A practical book on boxing fitness is long overdue in the martial arts world and Ian Oliver is eminently qualified to produce such a guide. Ian's approach to the 'noble art' is the same as his approach to life; a down-to-earth, non-nonsense view supported by superior levels of intelligence and humility. Those of us who have been lucky enough to train under Ian have marveled at his wealth of knowledge and his ability to express and share his experiences. He has the ability to make the complex seem simple and is constantly adding to his seemingly endless repertoire of drills. Those reading this book who know Ian will not be surprised at the quality of what is to follow; those who have never met him should prepare themselves for a wonderful journey of discovery. -- Terry Barnett, Top JKD, Panantukan and Eskrima instructor 'Ian Oliver, FHM's 'Fighting Dad', really knows his stuff!' - FHM magazine Also recommended by top martial artists Larry Hartsell, Bob Breen and Rick Faye.