Boxing Workouts for Kids : Teaching Kids How to Use Punching Bags
05
September

By Stevie Adams / in , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , /


On behalf of Expert Village this is The Boxing
Chef from New York City talking about family fitness. Great now that Spencer is all warmed
up and he is getting his pad work and his jump rope and all of this stretching now he
is going to do the family bag. Which is hanging usually in every bodies garage or in there
apartments. These bags are not that heavy 60 pounds, they hang really well it is wonderful
fun for the family. Spencer give me a jab, a right cross, and move around. Cover up,
cover up! Show us your guard, show us your guard! Come on hands up good. Good! Move around,
move around! Good! Jab, right cross, throw those hooks, keep that left hand up. It has
to be up more. Good! He is keeping his hand up, he is blocking all the punches we are
throwing at him. Excellent! His elbows are in, so he is capturing the upper cuts. Good!
Keep jabbing, hands a little bit further away from your head. Good that is perfect move
around.


32 thoughts on “Boxing Workouts for Kids : Teaching Kids How to Use Punching Bags

  1. Stop it man this dude is like 9 years old XD.. I bet i kid all of your asses when you where in his age.. eaven if he has a little bit of cheesburgers on his belly..

  2. when he punches he doesn`t use his other hand to protect his head… when you punch your other hand stays infront of your chin.

  3. punching bags do boost your confidence but only if you use them daily then you can basically say to yourself how you spend 30mins everyday on the punching bag. If you put one in your room then whenever your friends come over and see then you can show it off and boost your confidence even more

  4. I hope the kid realized that power comes with time, only thing a begginer should focus on is form and keeping it no matter the pace, fast or slow.

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