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

In our next area for working the round in
between, in between rounds of work in the corner, we want to make sure that our boxer
takes nice, slow deep breaths. Too often a boxer will come back and he’s going to be
breathing real rapidly and real shallow breaths, and that’s not replacing all the oxygen that
we need to replace. So as you can see here we’re going to give an example of that. “Nick,
round’s over.” 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Right now Nick is breathing kind of shallow
and he’s breathing kind of fast. The boxer’s tired natural instinct is going to have him
breathe really fast, really rapidly, really shallow. Get that boxer to relax, and get
those nice, deep, slow breaths. You can actually pull apart on his groin protector, that will
allow him that little bit more breath down deep where he needs it. We’ve got to replace
all the oxygen in that blood, get that blood flowing with plenty of oxygen throughout the
body. There we go. Nice, slow, deep breaths. Thank you.

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