At the present time, the need to practice martial arts has become increasingly popular. Martial arts also affect more or less the way of life, and even the lifestyle of the person who practices it.
However, among thousands of different martial arts, many people still wonder: So where should I start? A simple martial art, or complex? How effective is it in the present and the future?
Those are general questions when someone decides to try entering martial arts. And to me, the general answer to all these questions is Boxing. And really, Boxing has done so perfectly in that direction. Instead of trying to do a lot, do what is most simple.
Because of this simplicity, students will quickly become familiar with Boxing. hands just need to hit, clear, no need to practice pointing, pointing. Legs just need to focus on moving, cutting corners, no need to care about kicks, pillows, feet. The body of the word has also been flexible and gentle to avoid attacks.
Instead of having body parts do a lot of work, Boxing focuses only on the three most basic elements. while raising it to instinct, to skill, entirely coached and dedicated practice.
Boxing techniques are simple, but it is not easy to become a master if you do not hone it everyday. A punch that maximizes movement and muscle in the body, a move that requires clear tactical calculation, a reaction phase that must be sensitive to every millimeter. That’s what the professional Boxers are still practicing day to day.
But not stopping there, they also have the opportunity to advance to the professional level. Meanwhile, every fighter can reach the peak of fighting sport.
Although simple, but Boxing does not restrict themselves, as evidenced in history. Boxing hands have been combined with many martial arts to create new fighting styles. The main perfection, making the most of Boxing’s punches has brought absolute confidence from other martial arts.