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Anthony Joshua is going through a ‘CRISIS’ and could be ‘blaming the trainer’ for his losses, says coach Shane McGuigan

, Anthony Joshua is going through a ‘CRISIS’ and could be ‘blaming the trainer’ for his losses, says coach Shane McGuigan

SHANE McGUIGAN said Anthony Joshua is going through a “CRISIS” and could be “blaming the trainer” for his losses.

AJ is on the hunt for a new coaching team Stateside following consecutive defeats to Oleksandr Usyk.

Anthony Joshua is scouting for a new coaching team

Before the first, in September 2021, Joshua left long-time cornerman Rob McCracken for esteemed American Robert Garcia.

But following a repeat result in the rematch, AJ is taking some time off ahead of a return next year.

And the 33-year-old will do so with another new team having split with Garcia.

Top trainer McGuigan told Boxing King Media: “The fact is he’s been around a few different trainers and that automatically makes you think he is blaming the trainer for not performing.

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“The bottom line is it is with you. You are responsible for your performance.

“Robert Garcia has an unblemished record, he’s incredible, he has produced many world champions and is a great coach.

“But if you’re not listening to him, you’re not taking on board what he is saying then it is hard to implement his tactics.

“I think Joshua is going through a crisis, he needs to stop questioning himself. He’s got to knuckle down and get on with it.

“And whomever he goes with he has to concentrate on fighting aggressively whether he fights Usyk again or fights Tyson Fury.

“He has got to be better at coming forward and he’s got to be more confident to stand in punching range and move his head and not always bounce back out again but that takes time to learn.

“But really, it’s a waste of time talking about it. He needs to settle down with someone and get on with it.”

British boxing trainer Shane McGuigan

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can a beginner learn to box at home?

Boxing is one our oldest sports. Boxing was originally developed during ancient times to train warriors to fight against enemies. Today, boxing is widely practiced all over the world. Boxing is not something you need to do in a gym. You will need some gloves, punching bag, and some friends to spar.

Amateur boxing clubs in your area can be joined and trained by professional coaches. Once you master basic punches & combinations, you will be ready for competition in tournaments.

How long does it take for you to master boxing?

Boxing is one of the oldest martial arts known to man. China is where the first known boxing match took place in 2200 BC. Boxing has been practiced for thousands of years. Athletes and celebrities still love boxing. It takes approximately 10 months to master boxing.

Because boxing involves so many movements, it is slow to learn. Each movement requires specific muscles in order to be effective. It takes time and effort to build these muscles.

But once you’ve learned how to move your body, you can start practicing any type of boxing technique. Each technique will become easier over time.

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What are the 7 punches of boxing?

The seven punches used in boxing include the jab (cross), hook, uppercut; straight right; left hook; and body shot. These punches will be used to attack the opponent’s head, body and legs.

What are the advantages of boxing?

Boxing offers many health benefits. Boxing is good for building strong bones and muscles. Boxing improves coordination and reflexes. It also strengthens your heart and lungs. Boxing does not require special equipment. You can use any item you have at home.

How do boxers train for beginners?

Boxing is one of the oldest sports in existence, but it was only recently that boxing became popular again. Boxing is a sport where two fighters face off against each other in a ring. They punch each other until one fighter falls down.

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To become a boxer, you must first find out what boxing is like. You can also watch fights online to see how it feels like hitting someone. Once you decide if boxing is something you enjoy, you can then choose the type of fighting you prefer.

Can I box without fighting?

Boxing can only be learned if you are willing to fight. To improve your boxing skills, you must work hard. It is possible to improve your boxing technique.

Watching good boxers fight is the first step to improving your boxing technique. The first step towards improving your boxing technique is to watch some good fighters. Watch their moves, how they throw the punches, and how you defend yourself. Next, try to copy their moves.

The next step is to spar with another boxer. This is where you’ll see whether you’ve improved your boxing technique. You will also be able to see how fast you punch, how strong your punches are, and how well it blocks incoming punches when sparring.

Finally, you’ll need to practice your boxing skills by doing drills. Practice makes perfect, so be patient and persistent.

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How To

How to box for exercise

How to box for exercise

The goal of learning boxing is to improve your physical fitness level and develop self confidence. Boxing is one of the most popular sports in the world. It requires speed, agility and strength.

Learning how to box is a great way to get fit and feel good about yourself. You’ll love the activity and want to continue it.

There are many boxing training options. You can choose to train in a gym or at home. Others require that you go to a health club. You can also take online courses that allow you access from anywhere in this world.

It is important to find a program that suits your needs and your lifestyle. The best programs are those that focus on building muscle mass, increasing flexibility, improving cardiovascular endurance, and improving overall well-being.

You should also consider whether you prefer a beginner’s course or a more advanced one. Beginner’s programs typically teach fundamental techniques and drills like shadowboxing, sparring and mitt work. Advanced programs often cover more complex movements, and include a greater variety of exercises.

A beginner’s program typically lasts eight weeks and costs less $100. However, they do not offer guidance on nutrition, weight reduction, injury prevention, or any other aspects of boxing training.

Advanced programs can last up to six months, and usually cost about $300. These programs include nutrition advice and stretching routines. In addition, some programs incorporate resistance training (such as lifting weights) and aerobic conditioning (such as running).

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