Boxing Instructional Video and Ebook

January 26, 2012 January 26, 2012 by Johnny N Boxing Basics, How to Box 304 Comments

boxing instructional video and ebook

The FASTEST way to learn how to box!


Hey guys, you asked for it time and time again and I listened. I spent the past year of my life creating the fastest boxing course for beginners, fighters, trainers, or anybody wanting to learn how to box.

The “How to Box in 10 Days” boxing course consists of a 300-page instructional ebook, 32-page workbook, and 1hr 45min of video instruction — for only $77.


This accelerated boxing course will teach you all the proper fundamentals of boxing to go from day one to sparring in just 10 days. You’ll learn all of the proper boxing techniques such as punching, defending, countering, and moving around the ring. You’ll also find tons of advice, drills and workout routines to develop your skills. Even if you don’t plan on competing, you’ll still get a great workout and have lots of fun learning how to box.

I’ve put equal amounts of love and energy into this as I have into the articles in my site. The advice comes from my own experiences and from the boxers and trainers around me 24/7. As always, it comes with the special ‘EB’ Touch: my own epiphanies, discoveries, and secrets on how to become a better boxer.

I’m excited to share it with you, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.


Thank you for the support and good luck!
Johnny Nguyen, founder of

“How to Box in 10 Days” boxing course

  • 300-page eBook — broken down into 10 days of step-by-step instruction, with detailed explanations and over 300 hi-res pictures! Discover the techniques and training methods used by professional boxers! Learn and avoid over 200 common mistakes made by beginner boxers.
  • 32-page workbook — workout routine and checklists to monitor your progress daily. These are great for review, since you can skim them quickly to reinforce the skills you need most.
  • 1 hour & 40 minutes of instructional video — HD quality footage of boxing demonstration. See exactly how boxers throw, defend, and counter punches inside the ring. Learn how to use boxing equipment to hone your fighting technique.
  • THIS IS A DIGITAL PRODUCT – nothing will be shipped to you. All instructional items are downloaded through the internet.

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CLICK to see actual pages from the E-book




10 days of organized boxing instruction.

Stance, Footwork, and Punching.

  • Intro – Safety briefings, details of boxing equipment, gym, and trainer
  • Day 1 – Stance & Footwork
  • Day 2 – Straight Punches (jab, right cross, 1-2 combination)
  • Day 3 – Curved Punches (hooks, uppercuts, body shots)

Defense, Combinations, and Counter Punching.

  • Day 4 – Basic Defense (blocking & parrying)
  • Day 5 – Advanced Defense (rolling & slipping)
  • Day 6 – Punch Combinations (basic combos, advanced combos, mitt drills)
  • Day 7 – Counter Punching (steps and details of over 60 common counters)

Advanced Skills, Training and Sparring.

  • Day 8 – Advanced Skills (tips to improve your punching, defense, body movement)
  • Day 9 – Boxing Training (weekly workout plan to develop fight conditioning)
  • Day 10 – Sparring (sparring drills, fight tips, fight strategy)
  • Final Words – advice, top 10 boxing questions, congratulatory hug

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PS: If you want to see more details (or like reading sales pages), click How to Box in 10 Days

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whitelightning willy January 26, 2012 at 7:27 pm

Hey man congrats on finishing this it looks awesome…do you ship to the u.k?


Johnny N January 26, 2012 at 7:35 pm

Hey Willy,

These are actually digital products. The images are for demonstrative purposes. You’ll get instant download access to the pdf ebooks and video files! No need to wait for shipping. 😉


Kevin McGillivray January 22, 2013 at 9:15 am

Hey Johny. I purchased your 10 day boxing program. But I can’t find the link to grt me back on. Can you please help me .
Thanks Kevin


Johnny N January 22, 2013 at 2:34 pm

Please send me a personal email and I will send over your login information right away.


Mohammad November 14, 2013 at 6:58 am

I’m in my bodybuilding boxing. Below national team boxing fitness program for strength and speed I
Please hlep me
Best regard


rey March 6, 2015 at 10:40 pm

I just wanted to know if your learn how to box program is suitable for my 36 yr old 290 lb brother. Is he too old? or can he benefit from this? He wants to learn to box but hes overweight and doesnt even work out. Im trying to motivate him to get in shape because hes a hardcore boxing fan and he could use some light exercise


Johnny N March 7, 2015 at 2:46 am

Yes, this program should be just fine for your brother. I designed it for beginners and explain every little detail of boxing fundamentals in text, pictures, and video.


Derek Smith February 10, 2017 at 10:18 am

I do this at 53. I can guarantee that your brother will benefit from this. He will just do it at his pace. Boxing has increased my martial arts skills.


david January 28, 2012 at 9:51 pm

hey there, i started boxing at the start of the year and looking at purchasing this once i pick up more fitness at my local boxing gym. Can you do a lot of the workouts without a trainer?


Johnny N January 28, 2012 at 10:00 pm

Hi David,

Some exercises do require a partner. You are free to improvise but it’s most helpful to work with a live person especially to develop your boxing drills. Nonetheless, you can skip those exercises and work with whatever you have. The book is most focused on quality instruction, and detailed breakdowns of fundamental boxing technique.

If you’re simply looking for a workout, I suggest checking out the “ExpertBoxing EASY Boxing Workout“.


arthur c March 6, 2012 at 1:15 am

do you ever think you will at least run a sale like say a 30 or 40% off sale??? no disrespect to your product as i am obviously interested, but i just figured i’d ask!


Johnny N March 6, 2012 at 5:40 am

That’s a big discount, if I ever run that it would be rare. We’ll have to see 😉


Daniel October 22, 2013 at 8:43 pm

Good evening,

Johnny with the digital format is there a expired time of usage for the download. Or is it ever an lasting time line?


Johnny N October 22, 2013 at 9:10 pm

Hi Daniel,

The members login will be available to you even after you’ve already downloaded the files. You will be able to download then again if you lose or delete the files, or if you want to put it onto other computers.



lou December 29, 2013 at 6:27 pm

Johnny awesome site and information/products,,,can you tell me when the deep tissue core exercises will be coming out ? ive been waiting for at least a year to see your comprehensive work on the deep tissue exercises that are used specifically for boxing/fighting…..when will you release them ? is this TRX training ?,swiss ball training ? med ball training ? what the heck is it ? whens it coming out ?? also have you heard of any of the beachbody products like p90x, insanity or asylym workouts and if so what do you think of them ? would any one of them be good for getting in shape for boxing/fighting as a supplement to boxing training? and one more thing, i was reading that the end of the punch is where all the power is right ? so i read somewhere that bruce lee knew this so he used heavy weights once or twice a week but only pressed the end of the movement with a very heavy weight because that is where the power is the end of the punch..and not the whole range with the heavy weight because that would slow his movement down,,by adding too much strength-weight- he would detract. from his speed…where the beginning and the middle of the movement of the punch is… speed mode… i believe a lifter by the name of peter sisco advocates this kind of training also……using a very heavy weight at the end of the press and not for the whole range of the movement….have you heard of this and if so does that work and please reply as soon as you can and let me know when its coming out …many thanks ………;Lou


Johnny N January 9, 2014 at 1:37 pm

I’ve got many guides on the way but thanks for making the request, Lou. I’ll share everything I can!


christian September 4, 2014 at 6:14 am

hey. johnny! i need that book though i aint got no money…………well, until i get recognition in my country, then, i wl pay you. i knw u can figure somethn out., boxn classz are expensv outhere.


Johnny N October 15, 2014 at 9:19 pm

I can give you a free copy if you help with translations. But you could also take advantage of all my free content out there.


Gregory February 17, 2016 at 2:23 am

Hello, Johnny! I’m Gregory, from Russia, Moscow. Do you have any plans on translating your books to other languages, like Russian? The thing is it’s really hard to find good boxing learning stuff like yours. The last really worthy book was written in USSR by Konstantin Gradopolov and published in 1951. How about I help you with this and translate your book into Russian?


Johnny N February 17, 2016 at 9:55 am

Hi Gregory…so funny you should ask!

Look at the product I released yesterday 🙂 :

I definitely could use your help with translations still if you can assist me with that.

Gregory February 17, 2016 at 10:55 am

Jeez! Actually I already bought your course in English. Thank you very much for what you’ve done to create this wonderful stuff!
To be honest, Russian translation could be a little better, no offence, Johnny 😉 It lacks some conservative, official style and has many slang words and sentences. But it’s not that bad anyway. By the way, I congratulate you with entering into Russian boxing community 🙂
Anyway, I would gladly help you with any translations to Russian language if you will ever need it! Just let me know, okay?

Best regards, G.


Andre' February 12, 2015 at 1:47 pm

Thank you Johnny for putting together the course! It is good! My Dad boxed in the Army and taught me a few things, thank you for helping me start training again!


ALI February 23, 2015 at 2:42 am

Hi does this product take visa Australian money


Johnny N February 23, 2015 at 3:37 pm

Hi Ali,

You can use Paypal and it will convert the currency automatically for you.


ALI February 24, 2015 at 1:31 pm

I dont have pay pal so if i use visa it wont work


Johnny N February 24, 2015 at 7:58 pm

It’s not a problem at all. Use the “checkout as guest” option and put in your creditcard.

don January 26, 2012 at 8:46 pm

i like the product, I thought it also comes with a book, that I can put in my shelve..Im going to save up and buy. Do you also have a book (paper)?


Johnny N January 26, 2012 at 9:53 pm

Sorry Don. Getting the book printed is very costly and complicated to negotiate with publishers. If you do buy the book, you are free to get it printed. There are some places online that can print single orders, but you will realize how costly it is considering that the book is a huge 300 pages and full of color pictures.


saber khan January 27, 2012 at 1:48 am

good going coach, this is the kind of stuff the boxing community needs to put out. to get new people into the sport. im sure it’s an awesome program with CORRECT easy to follow info. u deserve to gain success for what ure doing for boxing online.. and i bet the info on countering is probably going to be useful for some intermediate boxers as well (if u put in 60 counters i wonder how someone can learn that in 6 months forget 10 days ???)


Johnny N January 27, 2012 at 1:55 am

Excellent question. I put in way too much stuff. Nonetheless, they have many options to choose from. In the book I recommend for people to only learn a few counters at a time. It’s a 10-day program but full of stuff for anybody to practice for even years. 😉


Richard January 27, 2012 at 3:36 am

Congrats Johnny. This 46 year old is healing up from some ankle surgery but will order soon. Looking forward to learning a lot and having a great resource to refer to often.


Johnny N January 28, 2012 at 12:42 am

Thank you, Richard! I appreciate the support. Get well soon! (Your fans are missing you.)


Radd January 27, 2012 at 3:40 am

Congrats Johnny.


ant January 27, 2012 at 7:16 am

good job buddy hope you make yourself some good money you deserve it


Johnny N January 29, 2012 at 3:08 pm

Thanks, Ant!


curtis January 27, 2012 at 7:37 am

would you write a artical based on these things?


BOXERRRR! January 27, 2012 at 7:54 am

Come on Johnny! Been waiting ages for some more guides! Dont wanna buy stuff!!!!


Laura January 28, 2012 at 1:18 am

Be grateful Boxerrrr that you’re getting any Boxing guides of this quality for free. The fact that Johnny even takes the time, the dedication and thought, to write out these guides is highly commendable. Believe it or not, this website costs money to run. Chances are that buying Johnny’s product will most likely insure that he will be able to keep writing guides in the future for free. So far, Johnny has probably been paying out of his pocket to keep this website going. The least we can do is pay the guy out of appreciation, if you can’t afford to do so, then there are other ways you can show your appreciation such as; remaining patient and not complaining about how long it takes for Johnny to write his guides (Johnny has a life too outside of ExpertBoxing) and recommending this site to others.


Steve January 28, 2012 at 2:36 pm

Very well said Laura. I don’t think people understand the magnitude of Johnny’s contributions to online boxing content. I’m sure there are many good boxers out there, and many more who also have the skill to teach, but there are only a few who take the time to share Quality knowledge and only ONE who makes this knowledge accessible to people who can’t afford a membership. People should take this Ebook as their chance to support the ‘good guy’ for all the years he spent writing articles for us. He didn’t have to.

And yeah, i’m sure he has lots of expenses, i.e. – website/cover designs, photographer, video editor (for the vids), data servers, and countless hours of his OWN TIME. Cmon folks.. that’s mad money out of his pocket, and for what? For people like BOXERRR to jump on every opportunity to get something for nothing? Find ways to support the site if you can’t afford the ebook. Like Laura says, share it with your friends.


Ron January 27, 2012 at 8:36 am

Awesome, Johnny! I’m happy and proud of you man!

To those who don’t want to pay, there’s plenty of knowledge on this website to keep you going for a long time, especially if you’re a beginner.

Johnny puts in more work just into this site with more passion than most will ever know, he deserves every penny!!!!

Just a Q my man…I’m as good as a gorilla when it comes to CPU’s, if that, so when I purchase the material, can I open it on ANY computer? Or is it a one time open on the system only type of deal? Thanks my man, and congratulations on getting your stuff out there!

– Ron


Johnny N January 28, 2012 at 12:43 am

Ron, you can definitely open the file on any computer. As long as your computer can read PDF files and MP4 videos, you’re good to go. Thank you for the support!


J Lefler January 27, 2012 at 9:16 am

I just ordered the course Johnny, thanks for all your hard work. Although I’ve already been boxing for quite a while, I feel like I can always learn new ideas and techniques and your course looks to be a perfect addition to my training regimen.


Johnny N January 28, 2012 at 12:45 am

Thank you for the support, J! The book is full of ideas so do come back and give us your thoughts. Good luck with your training.


Steve January 27, 2012 at 12:44 pm

Bought a copy hours ago and started reading. I’m only about 30 pages into it but i have to say, this book was much more than a review for me. I have to say, even for a seasoned boxer with amateur experience like myself, there’s a lot i could learn from this. Very well organized and i love the pictures. It makes the learning process easier. good job J! i hope you have more guides coming out, i’ll be first in line 😉


Johnny N January 28, 2012 at 12:49 am

Steve, I’m honored for the review. I’ll keep you in mind when more guides come out. Thank you for the support!


Spaniardguy January 29, 2012 at 7:34 am

I bought it! Thanks Johnny for this incredible packed material. Very easy form to acquiere tons of useful boxing knowledge. In a certain way, now I had the privilege of keeping you like my assistant coach ;). What a great honor!


Johnny N January 29, 2012 at 10:16 am

You’re welcome, Spaniardguy! It’s my pleasure to help.


Ross January 29, 2012 at 1:20 pm

Thats awesome you finished all the material and put it out it in DVD and workbook form. This will be on my wishlist for boxing material for sure. I had a question that goes along with all this info. Have you or anyone else read Jack Dempsey’s self written manual on punching technique?
If anyone has do you think it is good technique to apply with modern boxing methods?
Its free in pdf form online. I think its called Championship Boxing.


Johnny N January 29, 2012 at 1:37 pm

Many people I know have read that book. It’s no secret, really. Many of the principles in there have always been used by boxers. It’s good technique but could probably be explained in far more detail considering we have all these technological advancements today with video, images, unlimited text space.


Gil January 30, 2012 at 1:41 pm

Wow, Johnny..Excellent. I will have to get this sometime in the near future.


Johnny N January 31, 2012 at 2:30 pm

Do it, Gil! And let me know how much it’s changed your game.


JaketheSnake January 30, 2012 at 5:22 pm

Just ordered mine and I have to say to everyone: this is an excellent guide and a perfect complement to the articles on the site. This is much more than the basics and has some secret stuff that you can’t find anywhere else on the Internet! To everyone out there who has a little cash left over: let’s show our support for Johnny and all of his hard work by buying a copy. It’s the least we can do for his efforts for putting in a solid 1-2 hours a day working on the free guides and videos, not to mention answering all of our “beginners” questions in the Comments section.


Johnny N January 31, 2012 at 3:05 pm

Thank you, Jake! I appreciate the support and glad you enjoyed. I hope you didn’t try to read all that in one day! 😉


odolla January 31, 2012 at 7:57 am

Looks good…I’ll be getting my copy asap.


Johnny N January 31, 2012 at 3:07 pm

Thanks, odolla. Don’t forget to comment back here after you check it out.


Ron January 31, 2012 at 9:52 am


I only have a minute at the computer today, but so far…

I’ve only gotten to check out the written materials, and you do an absolutely excellent job of showing the different techniques. Honestly, I didn’t know there were so many variations to throwing the 1-2!

Actually, to be honest, just your explanation of the cross had me sharper in drilling and sparring yesterday. Excellent stuff…Great pictures, even better explanations.

Anyone interested in taking the first step into this beautiful sport we love, or want to brush up and evolve in what we love doing, I couldn’t recommend it highly enough, and I haven’t even had a chance to check the video guides out, definitely looking forward to that…keep up the great work Johnny!

– Ron


Johnny N January 31, 2012 at 3:24 pm

Ron, thank you for the awesome recommendation! I read and re-read your comment 20 times this morning. I’m really proud to hear you made instant adjustments and can’t wait to hear more updates from you.


vibha February 1, 2012 at 4:56 am

i want it!bt can nt afford it 🙁 vl hv 2 start collecting money 4 it


Gordon February 1, 2012 at 11:58 am

Johnny, you are truly the boss.


Johnny N February 1, 2012 at 12:56 pm

Thank you for your order, Gordon! 😉


H February 2, 2012 at 7:19 am

Hi Johnny! Congratulations!!! I’m definitely going to recommend this to my friends.. And I’ll buy one soon.
So excited to read and learn!!
Silly question( but this has always been my issue with boxing): Do u have tips in the book on how not to get tired easily?


Johnny N February 2, 2012 at 10:16 am

You can find those tips on this website, H! But there are some tips for that in the book as well.


Jay Hernandez February 3, 2012 at 1:48 pm

Congrats Johnny! Man I’m really happy for you and your accomplishments. You’ve been a great coach the past couple of years, thanks for everything!


Johnny N February 4, 2012 at 3:17 pm

Thank you for reading, Jay! Your words mean a lot.


Leonardo Favio February 7, 2012 at 11:10 am

Can the iPad plays MP4?


Johnny N February 7, 2012 at 12:30 pm

Yes it can…and thank you, Leonardo 😉


Leonardo Favio February 7, 2012 at 4:57 pm

I just upload the PDF’s and the videos to my iPad and I receive a message, the videos can’t be reproduced by the iPad. Somebody have a solution?


Johnny N February 7, 2012 at 5:01 pm

I’m looking up the solutions. I’ve heard of issues with Ipad playing large files or requiring another player to view mp4 files. Hang tight, everybody.


Johnny N February 14, 2012 at 3:56 am

Hey Leonardo, have you tried using another media player. It seems like many people are getting around the issue of playing mp4’s by using another player. Let me know please…


Johnny N February 16, 2012 at 4:39 am

I’ve implemented the option to download smaller files AND watch the videos directly from a protected login area.


Leonardo Favio February 18, 2012 at 4:19 pm

Thank you, problem solved!

Canoz February 10, 2012 at 2:31 am

Hi Johnny. I’ve only recently discovered the site. The advice is great and layout easy to use. It’s sounds like your book is of a similar high quality and worth the money based on the comments above. My question relates to the fact that i’ve only recently taken up boxing as a means of exercise late in life (think mid 40s). I’m still a beginner and am looking at it as a great and challenging way to get fit….and really enjoy the sweet “science” part of it. Given all that…is this ebook suited for an old fart like me who is primarily in it for the fitness benefits? Also can many of the exercises be done without a partner?

Keep up the good work.


Johnny N February 10, 2012 at 2:39 am

Canoz, I think you’ll find the book particularly enjoyable and very informative. You’ll find many boxing techniques and exercises using as much or little equipment as you have possible. It’s not required to have a partner unless you really want to develop your fighting skills. Thanks for stopping by.


DKL February 12, 2012 at 11:33 am

Are there any in-fighting or body-punching tips in this? Thanks Johnny.


Johnny N February 12, 2012 at 11:36 am

There are some body-punching tips and proper techniques for targeting the body and maybe a couple references to in-fighting but it doesn’t cover in-fighting strategy. This book covers fundamentals of boxing technique. Boxing strategy will be in a future release.


Radd February 13, 2012 at 4:29 am

Article about phone booth would be great from you when you have time for it bro.


Johnny N February 13, 2012 at 12:07 pm

In the works right now, it’s a HUGE article.


Canoz February 13, 2012 at 6:34 pm

Hi Johnny, thanks for your reply to my earlier post. Was going to go ahead and purchase…and download to my iPad. Then noticed in another post above you were looking into technical challenges with the iPad. Any updates? Does it work on the iPad (before i download)?


Johnny N February 14, 2012 at 3:55 am

I don’t have an iPad but did research the issue. It seems like people are getting mp4 videos to work by using another media player. Worst case scenario, I’ll encode the videos in another format so this won’t be a problem.


Johnny N February 16, 2012 at 4:38 am

I’ve implemented the option to download smaller files AND watch the videos directly from a protected login area.


Murray Burke February 14, 2012 at 4:49 am

I finally got to check out the videos and enjoyed the excellent viewing with your simply no b.s. no ego approch. I found the books and videos both very informative. I’ve bought a few boxing DVDs over the years but I feel yours is the best I’ve come across as far as gaining a great insight into the basics of boxing. I’ve learnt more in the last few days from your lessons than the last six months at my local boxing club; sad but true. And the help and guidence and just the fact you emailed me back not once but several times over my download issues just shows your integrity and not in it for a buck attitude and more of wanting to pass on your knowledge. I would not hesitate to recommend your program to any one starting out in boxing or even any one looking at self defence.
Well done, mate.
Murray Burke


Marc February 15, 2012 at 10:41 pm

I can easily say that this is a great read, regardless of being a beginner or even someone who has been in the sport for some time. For beginners it’s really easy to follow and the pictures add even greater depth. Not everyone can just read something and learn it, that itself allows for multiple opportunities for others. Especially for learning specific techniques and proper form. The videos themselves are an added bonus. In regards to more experienced boxers, this book acts as a reference guide and a way to humble ourselves at how far we’ve come and when it comes to building a boxer’s foundation going back to the basics is the best way at it. Even as basic as re-learning how to throw a punch or even our own foot placement. We can never stop learning something new, even if it goes back to where we started. Hands down an outstanding book, that is not only very knowledgeable and at least for myself in a way, nostalgic.


DKL February 16, 2012 at 9:37 am

Hey dude, this is gonna sound like a stupid question but I gotta ask. How much would it cost for me just to get the info about the counter punches. Your strategy and knowledge is much needed here. I want some counter punching options i can use. I got everything else down; I’ve been boxing for a couple of years but it always seems at the gym, nobody has any actual counter punches. I need it bra. Thanks!


Johnny N February 16, 2012 at 12:21 pm

I won’t sell the ebook in parts but I’ll be posting up more counter punching combinations from time to time, all free of charge. You can also come up with your own counters — find a way to counter any punch with any punch. If you’ve got a few years experience on you it won’t take you more than a week to figure some new counters. Or you can watch passive counter-punchers like Juan Manuel Marquez for some ideas too.


DKL February 17, 2012 at 9:39 am

Thanks Johnny. We all appreciate your dedication to this sport.


eli February 18, 2012 at 12:41 am

I’m sorry for being lazy to read the reviews to get the answers but wanted to know as a future buyer when we purchase this masterpiece do u mail the dvds or is the video footage all downloadable online? Thanks a
lot for Ur time,effort,dedication and heart for not only this site but ur book and being what it sounds like a cool coach.


Johnny N February 18, 2012 at 2:18 pm

Everything is digital. You’ll get instant access to download the ebooks and videos so no waiting for shipping times. I do work hard so thank you for the support, Eli!


Omar February 21, 2012 at 11:47 pm

You have one of the best boxing books I’ve ever read.


Robert February 22, 2012 at 4:51 am

Your book has been very useful. I like the pictures, down to earth writing style, common sense advice and insightful comments. I was able to effectively use shoulder roll and rolling under straight right punches at training the other night based on your book! Given that there’s so much material I’m going to have to take things bit at a time so that I can integrate with my style.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experiences.


Mike U. February 24, 2012 at 4:59 am

Hi Johnny,

I started doing Muay Thai last March as a way to try and get in better shape. I really fell in love with it and spent most of my time getting used to the drills and exercises and working on my kicks and knees. Lately I have been trying to work on my punching, and that is how I found your site as I did an internet search on how to punch harder and how to throw snap punches. I found both those articles very well written, with concise and helpful information, so I decided to purchase your course/book.

I have not had a chance to go through it all yet, but I have found a lot of helpful information and have been isolating different things to work on and taking that to the gym. It is both intimidating and exciting to discover how many different things there are to learn and bring together to be able to spar effectively (footwork, head movement, distance, defense etc.) and how far I am from that goal.

Anyways, just wanted to say you have a great site with a lot of good information. The overall atmosphere is to share information and foster learning and improvement for everyone. Awesome. Keep up the good work!



Earl February 24, 2012 at 5:16 am

The e-book was well written and I can tell you’ve placed blood, sweat and tears (no pun intended) when writing that book. The book was excellent with great tips – it opens up your eyes regarding the difference between an olympic style boxer (point system) and a boxer with an intention to hurt. Thanks, Earl


David February 24, 2012 at 8:10 am

This book, work book, and video series is really first-rate! I have been boxing for a few years, but gound this to be an immeasurable help.


David February 24, 2012 at 8:11 am

Found- not ground- stupid auto correct. Haha.


dean February 28, 2012 at 1:39 am

i purchased your boxing package and i can’t download second video what i’ve seen so far has been a great help thanks dean


Johnny N February 28, 2012 at 3:15 am

Sorry to hear about your problem, dean. Are you trying to load the second video through the browser or download the video file?


Gordon February 28, 2012 at 3:01 am

Johnny, I have yet to download the video. The book’s biggest strength is like most of your technique based articles: your addition of common mistakes. I can’t believed I lived without this much pivoting before. So many new targets opened up while being temporarily safe.

I often get stressed at my lack of ability, but have been taking your approach and reminded myself to have fun first and foremost. It’s a great mentality. Tonight, I decided to mess with infighting without any thought of result other than just for the pleasure of it. Thanks!


Ian Graham February 28, 2012 at 4:12 am

Thanks Johnny, I’ve been finding it really good thank you. I’m an MMA coach and fighter and my technique is very similar. –


Miguel February 28, 2012 at 6:17 pm

I just picked up the ebook and can wait to read it. Your site is great. thanks for the help


Johnny N February 29, 2012 at 4:50 pm

Thank you, Miguel. Come back and let me know your thoughts on the ebook/video when you finish it.


Brian Nguyen March 1, 2012 at 12:00 am

Hi Johnny – I just bought your ebook. Where do I go to download the ebook?


Johnny N March 1, 2012 at 12:07 am Please check the spam folder in your email, Brian. You should receive a login to download the ebook and videos. Let me know if you can’t find it and I’ll send it again. Thanks for your support! Purchased right before the sale ended 😉


Brian Nguyen March 2, 2012 at 11:28 pm

Hi Johnny – thanks for your response. I did figure it out later that night. I typed in and was able to download the videos. I’m 40 yrs old with a 25 yr old body so I hope boxing is not too late for me. I’m just amazed how much knowledge you have with boxing. This is the first book I ever bought and figure it’s a good way to support you for your hard work.
Thank you.
Brian Nguyen


Johnny N March 3, 2012 at 3:46 pm

Thank you, Brian. The support is much appreciated. (PS: you have the exact same name as my brother.)


Warwick (wazza) March 2, 2012 at 2:20 am

I am 54 years old. I started at the boxing gym to get fit 1 year ago, and go with my friend (10 years my junior) whose father used to be an amateur boxer. So far I can do the boxing training sessions and Cardio boxing sessions without completely collapsing 🙂 At the boxing gym one of the trainers said I was the youngest old guy he’d ever met – just thought I’d throw that in. Since I am the oldest at the gym I figure I have to work harder and smarter to have any chance of being able to spa with the amateur guys there. Well, I am part way there. Okay, so that is why I was looking for a training resource like The boxing Video and Ebook from Johnny. I am in education professionally and have been involved over the years in developing courseware. Johnny you are very succinct and clear in your teaching. You are going into the ‘how to’ detail – which is what I was looking for. There is a lot of material on YouTube, much of it saying punch like this, but I cannot see their feet, even though I know it really matters. Johnny tells me how.


Johnny N March 3, 2012 at 4:12 pm

I take pride in my ability to teach, thank you for the compliment and support Wazza.


J March 3, 2012 at 2:07 am

if i order this and it gets sent to my computer will i be screwed if my computer messes up for other reasons? such as getting too old or computers being computers?


Johnny N March 3, 2012 at 6:38 am

You won’t be screwed if your computer breaks, J. You can re-download the files again or watch the video directly after logging in.


Mike Hart March 8, 2012 at 10:58 am

I’m 49 years old, 6′ 1″, lean 180 lbs., I run, do a lot of outdoors stuff, and lift free-weights, but decided that I needed an indoor cardio workout. (I no longer enjoy running in rain and snow)Step aerobics didn’t appeal to me, so I researched boxing on the web. has the most free, useful information, and got me excited about the idea. I bought the right equipment the first time by following Johnny’s advice, and I enjoy my 50 minute workout in my garage like nothing before. I purchased “How to Box in 10 Days” to give back to for providing so much helpful information, and was pleased to find a lot more information, details, and stratagies that are not on the website. I don’t box at a gym, but I’m doing a lot more than just slamming a heavy bag thanks to Johnny’s information and clear videos.


Jae March 12, 2012 at 3:21 pm

I used to have a very basic, if not crude understanding of the technical aspects of boxing, but over time, my understanding of boxing (footwork, placement, timing, distance, etc) has grown, and I know understand how little I understand, in the large scheme of things. This site of Johnny’s has taught me more about the subtle aspects of boxing that I have training at my gym, no exaggeration.

The knowledge and insight that he offers is exactly what the internet should be about. It is the little details in technique that make boxing the sweet science, and this approach ensures that the Sport of Boxing does not become watered down over time, or filled with fighters that only know how to win by superior physical attributes.

I myself am a poor struggling student, and I bought the e-book not because I felt like I needed to know boxing basics; but because I wanted to support the site (and Johnny’s work). In regards to the e-book, it’s exactly as it claims to be; a collection of all basic to intermediate techniques that all boxers should know, or be familiar with. These types of “core” techniques is what really makes a good boxers, into great ones.

There are actually a few parts that I found familiar because I had previously read something similar on the site, but this is really a testament to how complete everything is. This is not a random video site like expertvillage, which offers mediocre knowledge about random things, taught by mostly clueless people, but by someone who has a love and understanding of the sport. The site originally started small, but grew because of passion and a dedication to excellence. As a result, both the articles on this site and the e-book, are excellent. I hope with all our support, ExpertBoxing can continue to be a great, complete source of knowledge for boxers everywhere.


John808 March 16, 2012 at 7:17 pm

Great breakdown of boxing basics. Really helped me prepare for training as a beginner. When my body needs rest but I’m starving for more boxing this is a good source.


John808 March 16, 2012 at 7:25 pm

Also, forgot to mention, I had some difficulty when receiving my order confirmation email. Apparently it ended up in my junk/spam folder. Couldn’t figure it out but Johnny was there every step of the way ensuring we got to the bottom my problem. Great customer support and personal availability on his part. Much mahalos to him and if you encounter the same problem as I did, remember to check you spam folder if you don’t see it right away.


Mo March 17, 2012 at 12:06 pm

Jesus johnny ! You seem to have great passion and enthusiasm . I’m definitely buying a copy ! Have you thought of becoming a promoter or manager. I’m trained by Pat Burns ( trainer of Jermain Taylor , trained Hector Camacho) and he’s also a manager. You guys seem to have very similar characteristics. Please consider it . You’d be fantastic!

Keep up the amazing work,



Johnny N March 23, 2012 at 12:58 pm

You’re really lucky to be working with Pat Burns. And I’m flattered to be compared to him. I’m a trainer now so who knows what the future holds. Thanks Mo!


Philip March 18, 2012 at 11:55 pm

Hi Johnny,

I bought your boxing course and have watched the two videos twice and have read parts of the e-book guide. I find your advice and instructions extremely helpful and transformational. You have a natural talent for teaching.

For example, in the past when I threw a right cross, I was told to twist and push “off” my back (right) leg in order to give the punch power. This resulted in my head and upper body coming forward when I threw the right cross. As a chain reaction, the forward movement of my body made it very difficult for me to extend my right shoulder and pull back my left shoulder (which my trainer always asked me to do) as I punched. My trainer kept telling me that I was not extending my right cross and pulling my left shoulder back enough. It was very frustrating.

When you explained that the twist motion from the back foot should go down instead of up, this made all the difference in the world and solved the problem. By twisting and going down, I minimize the forward movement of my upper body as I threw the right cross and was able to pull back my left shoulder much more easily. I would never have learned this on my own without your instructions. So thank you for putting out such a helpful guide. I can see your hard work and meticulous attention to details.

Anyway keep up your great work and I am sure, with your attitude and work ethics, you will find success in whatever you do.

Best regards,
Hong Kong


Darren Faulkner March 26, 2012 at 1:38 am

I run a health coaching studio and i just love teaching people the basics of boxing as a way to keep in shape. I also love boxing and training myself, This course is a fantastic learning tool, without doubt the best course of its kind i have found. I also own the Everlast boxing tutorial series which is very comprehensive but i have to say i prefer this course from Johny. The reason i love this so much is, firstly, it provides a great foundation of the basics such as stance and footwork, but also gives some amazing insights into the clever techniques of boxing that other courses leave out, without making them seem complicated or unobtainable. Secondly the structure set out gives you a clear step by step process to follow. Yes of course its a 10 day course but you can easily break this course into a 10 week course or a 10 month course, just extending or mixing the lessons each time. As a coach this is a great utility. Finally i have to mention johnny’s teaching style. Some people, without even trying it seems, just know how to get a point across and demonstrate that point in a relaxed casual way that makes you go “oh yeah…of course, its so simple”. Johnny has that gift. He comes across as someone who he still learning something new himself every day but at the same time as someone who knows his business inside and out. Its a rare combo but he makes it look easy. He’s like the Floyd Mayweather of boxing tutorials, but without the flash 🙂


buio April 11, 2012 at 2:11 am

Hey Johnny, I have read a lot of the ebook and I love it.


Jason Leiter April 24, 2012 at 11:12 pm

Hey Johnny, I am interested in purchasing this specially because it supports you and this website which i believe is great for the boxing community and you definitely deserve money for the time and effort you put into helping others. I just wanted to ask about something: I remember seeing that if I purchased this that I could email videos of myself training and you to give advice about my technique and I was just wondering if that is still available?

Thanks again for this great website


Johnny N April 25, 2012 at 3:02 pm

Yes, Jason. I’d love to help in any way I can. I won’t give a full blown analysis but I can definitely point out the obvious.


Benno Roick April 29, 2012 at 4:38 am

Hi Johnny,

Now I´ve read most of your instructions. Thank you for sharing these 1st class instructions with us.
Though I´m in boxing for a very long time now, I´ve hardly read such great instructions & tipps. (I started fighting sports in 1963)
What I´m asking myself is: What can I learn more if I´d buy your ebook?
Isn´t there everything already published on your site?


Johnny N May 1, 2012 at 5:09 pm

Hi Benno,

The ebook and video make up an insanely detailed boxing course to help beginners learn the fundamentals of boxing. Detailed instructions in ebook & video format with step-by-step pictures, text, and video explanation. The site features revolving topics where as the boxing course is a complete fundamentals package bridging together the skills and explaining common mistakes and pitfalls. If you already know the basics well enough that you could teach it, then I would say the ebook is probably not going to teach you anything new.

For more information on the boxing course, please check out:

Thanks Benno!


Aaron May 31, 2012 at 3:43 am

Dear Johnny,

After training recreationally for several years, reading several instructional books, and watching many instructional videos, I have never received such technical instruction as you provide. I applaud you.

Many thanks,


dayne June 5, 2012 at 6:18 pm

Hey johny,
i am 16yrs old, i started reading ‘EB’ when i was 14. I learned a lot from this site, infact i follow the ‘easy boxing workout’ and im always in shape. I never joined a gym before, but now that i have joined one, i know most of the techniques and im often asked with tips, though im a noob in the gym. My love for ‘boxing’ is inevitable. And you keep that alive. For everytime i find problem in my techniques. I can always come up to johny.

Thanks for always being there.:-)
Your student.


Thomas June 14, 2012 at 6:29 am

hey do you mind resending the free 10 day videos i was in hospital and didnt get to try them but when i got back i completely forgot about it and deleted all of my emails btw i think i will buy this very soon thanks for all of the posts the two legged punching makes complete sense really looking forward to trying it when i go back to boxing.


Johnny N June 19, 2012 at 11:36 am

The easiest way to get them is to resubscribe to the email newsletter using another email account.


Dmitry June 21, 2012 at 10:11 am

Johnny hi,

My name is Dmitry. I am writing from Moscow, Russia. I go to boxing club in the city since September last year. In December I found your website on internet where I found answers to a lot of questions about boxing which I collected by that time. I read your articles over and over again. I may say that after that I became more theoratically and mentally ready for boxing and my boxing skills considerably improved since then. I also recommend you site to the guys in the club. Two days ago I had a sparring with a southpaw the first time in my life and of course used your ideas from website)) It was not bad. The guy was upset.

I purchased your book on internet. Video was very helpful especially 2nd part where i got some tips for myself. 1st video goes with the book line. I watched it twice, got a good summary of the book. Thanks for your website and the book. I will look forward for your next book for advanced readers.


Alexis June 25, 2012 at 5:13 pm

Dear Johnny,

First of all I’m a 16 years old french boy so sorry if my english is not perfect.
I purchased your boxing course about 2 weeks ago and I’m verry happy of it.
Compare to the Jeff Mayweather’s one or even Freddie Roach’s I preferer yours no joke.
The language barrier prevents me to argue more but i really like what you’ve done.
Like you website it is impressive and instructive.
I love the fact that you can explain the principles of boxing with such intelligence.

I praticise thai boxing since 5 years now and the western boxing aspect is my weak point.
Especially my defence and I will try to improve what your call ” defensive awareness”
I had my first ever amateur fight last Sunday and I took the basic one-two combinaison all the way along.

And to finish i wanted to tell you sincerly THANK YOU for all the work you did and i will keep visiting your website every day
to read and study your article to improve myself.

You have fans and readers everywhere even in France !!!

Best regards.



Kit June 25, 2012 at 5:41 pm

You have some very interesting technical infos on the video and i indeed learned a lot. I’m doing Muy thai as well and hope that someone could provide as much informations as you provide on your video and book. I bought the boxing classes because of your great website and to support your hard work.

The time you are dedicating to write to people and how you answered everyone thoughtfully is showing how much concern you give to people, i guess you won’t be able to answer individually with time because your website is gaining popularity everyday i guess.

Thank you for your work and your concerns.

Best of luck and i’m following you 🙂

Kok Kit


seve July 7, 2012 at 10:43 pm

Just reviewed your videos-excellent ,I also have a few other instruction dvds,this is an excellent series ,my pet saying is success comes from doing the basic well , i feel a lot of people who do instructional stuff don’t focus enough in this area,you present these concepts very well.

Highly recommend this to anyone starting boxing,experienced fighter or any one who wants to hone their skills as a trainer or coach ,A+.

Great site ,keep up the good work.



Barry July 11, 2012 at 11:39 am

Hi John,

Just got your book and have spent the last 2 hours reading it. I am in a charity boxing match it 3 days and have been training for past 10 weeks so looking forward to my first and probably only fight. At 50 i have found a sport i truly love and will continue to box as long as i can. I love the simplicity and tips, the does and dont’s etc. Just from the 2 hours i have spent reading your book i know i will fight so much better. Your book consolidated what i have been taught in the past weeks. Look forward to watching the videos. Thankyou. Cheers Barry


Tho Tran July 17, 2012 at 8:10 pm

This is a great book! I own the majority of the top 10 books on boxing sold by Amazon; they’re good, but they’re geared for the boxing novice. If you have any background in martial arts or boxing, the other books are too elementary. While this book also covers the basics, it’s the intermediate/advance sections where you’ll be spending most of your time.

I’m already looking forward to the next book in this series. If you’re not already working on an ADVANCED book, get to work Johnny! Thanks again for sharing your knowledge.


Ahmad July 21, 2012 at 3:31 pm


I want to buy your book and video but i am from europe. How should i buy it?


Johnny N July 21, 2012 at 8:46 pm

Hi Ahmad, it’s all downloadable: 2 ebooks and 2 videos. You can purchase and then download from anywhere in the world. 🙂


Ahmad July 22, 2012 at 6:31 am


Thankyou for your comment

But how must i pay? We pay with euro in holland. I can pay with paypal but how many euros must i pay?


Johnny N July 22, 2012 at 12:08 pm

I think you have to click the buy button, and then I don’t know what the conversion will be but it will tell you what the price is before you check out. Let me know if it works for you.


Dominick July 23, 2012 at 10:19 am

Finally learned how the throw a good left hook to the body .



John July 25, 2012 at 6:19 pm

I bought How to Box in 10 Days a couple of weeks ago and I’ve gone through the book and watched the videos many times and I love it! I really think you did a fantastic job with it all! It’s direct and to the point and easy to understand. It’s loaded with great material. I’m 47 and I signed up for boxing training Memorial Day. It’s more of a cardio/gym situation that an old school boxing gym, but I love the training!! I study what you teach and bring that knowledge with me when I train. During our classes we don’t do much partners training (unfortunately). You can step into the ring if you want to, and they do teach private lessons, but I can’t afford that right now. I really like the advice you give for controlled training and sparing. I’m not interested in a tough man competition. So, I’ve been working some partners practice with my martial arts friends at the dojo. They love it too. I bought a double end bag, a slip bag, jump rope, timer, and mits. If you ever do a workshop in Rhode Island – I got some people interested! I look forward to seeing more of your videos. Thank you! Keep up the great work!


Monica July 26, 2012 at 11:08 am

Hi Johnny,
Your book has been great. I have been self-training a lot more because of it. I haven’t had the chance to watch the videos or read the whole book. I have been practicing your combinations on the heavy bag. I showed them to my trainer, and he thinks they are great I have been fighting more here in Hong Kong. It is crazy here. It is so unregulated! Hope you are well, I enjoy your website and posts on facebook.


Monica August 30, 2012 at 8:00 am

Hi Johnny,
Your videos on how to box in ten days are golden. I am a visual learner so watching you has helped me to improve my footwork, defense and counter punches. I am really enjoying your book, really helps me to self train.
Keep up the good work, cheers!


Matt August 2, 2012 at 1:31 pm

Hey, I’m looking into this program, just wondering what equipment you need for this program. I’m pretty sure I can get access to a boxing gym, but just in case if I don’t, could you tell me what I need? Thanks in advance


Johnny N August 3, 2012 at 6:21 pm

Well…for the techniques, all you need is yourself. But to do the workouts, it would be more enjoyable with a heavy bag, speed bag, gloves, mitts, jump rope and even a partner. If you really want to learn boxing, this guide will help you do that. It is as comprehensive as possible and you can still learn even if you don’t have all the equipment necessary to really train a technique.


Johnny RSA August 5, 2012 at 2:18 pm

Hi Johnny,

Ive been reading and watching alot of your material on your website. And i think youre great with the coaching and multimedia. So im looking forward to buying your book, for myself to learn more and to support you and your work because i think you deserve it.

Thanks man,

Cape Town, South Africa


Johnny N August 15, 2012 at 10:08 am

Thank you Johnny! Your support is appreciated.


Peter Demeritte August 15, 2012 at 12:03 pm

I inted to get this instructional video and the equipment necessary with a week.
Boxing has been something I’ve been wanting to get into since i was 19 after i got the chance to watch a few matches live. Right now im trying to cut down from tubby size in the gym with a trainer. But before my 21st birthday this October i hope to be able to do the exercises and routines in this plan. Only problem i may forsee is although securing equipment like a heavy bag or speed bag won’t be hard, finding a sparring partner might be. Boxing is not very popular in my country despite the fact that Sherman “Tank” Williams is respected greatly since he is from here and Jermain “Choo Choo” Mackey (who after contact from my gym trainer may be able to help aswell). But I don’t intend to let that stop me. Your instructional video will be the first i step i take in trying to join the Caribbean Boxing Federation


sebastian August 22, 2012 at 4:39 pm

hi johnny’excuse me for any mistake,my english is not correct,Im very satisfied about the course,I have some background and I don”t expect to lern to box in 10 days or even 10 mounths (for a good level),but the course is the most complete and detailed resourse I know’ I liked even more the book about technique,the details,explanations,reasons for each technique,etc.
I will like to know about any new release you will do about boxing,thank you.


Shannon August 27, 2012 at 9:46 am

Hi Johnny,

Your ‘how to box’ video has been fantastic! It has reinforced some of my basic knowledge in kickboxing – being grounded, focused, and really using my mind as well as my body to box smart, as well as developing good technique, have been some of the things I have taken from it. I have a fairly good understanding of my body and how it moves as I used to be a dancer so it all made perfect sense to me. I have no intention of actually boxing but my first kickboxing tournament is coming up in September (for our 3 dojo’s) where I will be sparring for the first time. I am so excited and nervous! Being a female who has infinite inner strength and miles of determination but not a harmful bone in her body, I have found loads of helpful tips and hints on your website and I feel confident and ready to take ’em on!

I’ll let you know how I go… ;D


timbo August 28, 2012 at 3:34 am

I have read some of the article and will buy this course shortly.

I’m from aus and I joined a boxing gym and do a circuit. They don’t seem to want to offer many tips on how to box until you prove your fitness, which I think is a mistake, everyone should learn the basics at least so we can do better bag work and speedbag etc


Johnny N September 4, 2012 at 3:12 pm

I’m completely with you, Timbo! All training should use proper technique or at least decent form so you don’t injure yourself or develop bad habits.


Phil August 28, 2012 at 9:13 am

Hey Johnny
I’ve really enjoyed the fruits of your work so far. I’m a traditional Jujitsu student (japanese as opposed to brazillian), and our club has recently intro’d some boxing. Needless to say, at 48 years old, the transition wasnt easy. I found myself in a world of confusion as the footwork, blocks, etc was all new to me.
Having found your website by accident, and then buying your work, all I can say is “wow”. I’m only up to day 4, as I really want to drill what youre teaching into my skillset until it becomes second nature.
I’m loving it, as it has opened up a whole new world, and a whole new confidence. Maybe even a love for boxing, something that i had never really considered before.
Have I learned a lot? Yep., but I’ve got a lot more to learn from the next 6 days of teaching. Would I recommend it? Absolutely. Your work has been a real game changer for me, I cant wait to take the next step – I’m loving it. Thanks for your great work, and I really appreciate the follow up!


Jg September 11, 2012 at 2:45 am

Johnny, Hey I,m a pro-MMA guy. In my presonal opinion in MMA there has been only few fighters that have figured out they must have excellent boxing skiills. I got KO’d in my last fight for the first time in my life. It sucked!! I underestimated my opponent and woke up in the locker room. So if I get the video/ebook can i out those on a disc so I can play them in my garage where all my bags are and stuff?


Johnny N September 12, 2012 at 8:57 am

You can definitely burn it to a disc and play them wherever you like. You’ll probably have to use some DVD burning software and take 2 discs since the files are pretty high quality. Boxing is definitely a big part of MMA and even if you don’t plan to be a puncher, everyone can benefit from the speed and reflexes boxers must have in order to avoid so many sharp combination attacks. I wish you the best of luck, man! Keep me updated.


Leo B October 6, 2012 at 4:17 am

Well I purchased both the How to Box in 10 days and the Advanced Boxing Workshop (which I haven’t watched yet) and I honestly have to say that this is easily THE BEST instructional video I have ever seen in the subject matter. I have been been taught both Muay Thai and Boxing for over 4 years now and my first instructor placed a heavy emphasis in boxing for me and your video has covered many of the things that I have been taught by him and more such as when you explained the hop step in a reasonable way instead of just saying “don’t do it”.

I felt that I was proficient enough to try to teach the basics to a couple of friends that wanted to learn boxing while we’re out here in Afghanistan, but I learned quickly that people learn differently and so naturally I had a hard time explaining it verbally and my visual comparisons and demonstrations were not getting through well enough. After watching your videos, I have been able to explain things like an experienced coach. The fundamental techniques of the “sweet science” could not have possibly been taught in a better way digitally. I’m looking forward to checking out your advanced workshop, which I will begin to watch and learn from next week.

Thank you Johnny for placing so much time into making such a high quality product. I’m sure the past, present, and future coaches and fighters appreciate your efforts at least as much as I do.


Johnny N October 7, 2012 at 3:23 am

I’m glad to hear you’re spreading the love of boxing out there. I’ll be waiting for your feedback on the workshop. Lots of advanced techniques in that one. Thank you for the feedback!


Tomas C-B October 22, 2012 at 12:51 am

so this is all downloadable content, nothings shipped, like the workout book or videos?
and if this is the case how big are the files?


Johnny N October 23, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Yes, all content is 100% digital, and instantly available for download after payment.

I did notice you just purchased the boxing course. Thank you!


Alejandro October 29, 2012 at 6:46 am

I got to say your ebook / videos have been beyond helpful. Much like your site they are equal parts technical, inspirational, and easy to understand. I thank you for all your hard work and dedication in highlighting the art within the sweet science. 🙂


Wi November 8, 2012 at 3:10 pm

Hi Johnny,

Wi here from New Zealand. I’m up to page 78 of your ebook and learning all about the jab. Excellent reading, i will pass on the advice your written here to my boys when we train!

Waimana Boxing


Ron S November 14, 2012 at 3:13 pm

Hi Johnny,

I have been training for several years to keep my weight under control and improve my fitness. I find the type of training boxers and kickboxers do is the best most efficient method for getting fit and the most fun.

Recently (last 12 months) I have been interested in sparring and have been sparring on and off over that time. I have had several group and one on one lessons. These cost about half the price of your course for one, one hour lesson. I have been getting frustrated with copping left hooks and not being able to deal with frontal attacks. Despite my coaching. My last spar with a southpaw (I’m orthodox) almost made me give up. Basically I got punched around the ring and my sparring of late had not been so good, if anything it went backwards as I lost confidence. So I guess it was in desperation I decided to try your course. It was either that or give up the sparring and just concentrate on the exercises.

Anway over two nights I studied the video and some of the notes. The day after this I sparred the southpaw again. I couldn’t believe the difference (and neither could he). At this point I had only shadow boxed at home to practice the basics.

The three things that really helped were, waiting for the punches to come to me, looking forward and looking for openings. This stuff in hindsight seems so simple and yet is really effective. I can’t believe that I have never had it explained like that before. I practice the footwork each day but it will take time and that’s okay because my confidence in sparring has increased.
Whereas before I was always a little apprehensive about sparring now I seem to improve each time.

You may appreciate a little more detail on how specifically the three things helped so here it is:

1. Waiting for the punches to come to me – previously I would instinctively reach out as I saw the punch coming. I might block/parry the first but with each successive punch I would reach a bit further out and inevitably get hit with my arms out away from my body or when I was faked into reaching or dropping my hands. Adding the the breath onto each block turns blocking/parrying into a more offensive defense.

2. Looking forward – not concentrating on shoulders, eyes, head or other stuff as I had previously been taught lets me react to whats happening rather than being distracted by other signals. I was not trying to second guess my opponent. Your driving example made a lot of sense to me.
Additionally I found myself able to block/parry much more effectively if I don’t actually see or concentrate on the punches coming. I’ve noticed that I am starting to block or parry punches without even realising it until I have done it. I mean I am blocking/parrying without even seeing the punch.

3. Looking for openings – this has bought it all together. When I look for openings I forget about the rest and it just happens. And the bonus is I am scoring way more often which puts me at an advantage by taking the pressure off me and making the opponent just that bit more wary. They start doing the things I used to do.

In summary what I like about this course is that it gives you a solid foundation on which to build. There is enough to keep me working on even after I get the basics right. I can state that my improvement after this course was immediate. I shadow box each day and spar when I can and continue to go over the course. Incidently I am 56 years of age and spar with much younger guys. I may not be as fast or fit as some of them but after this course I can certainly hold my own. One day when I get around to it I’ll post some sparring sessions I’ve had on YouTube.



Johnny N November 14, 2012 at 3:16 pm


This was a beautiful review. I’m so happy for you and I’m glad it all worked out. 56 years old might seem like a tough age to learning boxing for most people but you’ve handled it well!

I wish you further success,


maxdw December 10, 2012 at 4:52 am

Very happy i bought this. It’s very well explained and makes it easy to learn the basics. I’m a very technical learner and this really hits the spot.


Derek January 27, 2013 at 12:53 am

Your course is helping me a lot, I’m currently stationed in Okinawa, Japan with no access to Boxing trainers at the moment and everyone around here is mostly into MMA. I was training blind doing the best I could from bits and pieces. Your course has giving me direction in absence of a trainer, so thank you for training me from afar. I really appreciate it


ian February 6, 2013 at 10:05 pm

I really love this. It has become my reference training library. I have improved by alot because of it.

Im 44 and always been slow on my feet so the skipping and footwork knowledge has sped me up and my power has increased. Thanx Johnny for the great tips. I have never been taught before you have inspired me to train enthusiastically again.


Christian February 13, 2013 at 9:14 am


I’ve made it most of the way through the first video (up to basic defense). So far it is great – I think you’ve really gotten the level of detail just right. The combination of video, text, and the practical workout notebook works well. I come from a Tae Kwon Do background, but haven’t done anything for about 3 years after moving. Initially I decided to start hitting the heavy bag as a way to get some exercise and decided to buy your course so I could at least learn something as well. Now I’m getting the bug again and want to find someone to spar with :-). There aren’t many boxing gyms nearby, but I’m looking at a local Karate school. Either way, I feel like some of the boxing skills I am working on really help with sparring.

I’m looking forward to getting through the rest of the course. Keep up the good work.



will February 15, 2013 at 8:33 am

Are there any backwards evasive moves in this? I love to box but I keep getting my opponents so frustrated they always resort to this ridiculous football tackle and swing move. Like right before youd trap and grapple with your arms to tackle they just barrage and use their size and weight.

I just wanna catch these fools so they don’t do that. Like actual football players I shadowbox and spar after a pick up game. And its like my in ring opponents are having fun at first and then wale.

Lol but it never goes to a hate level, I just always box in a boxing match and I’m not a sprawler. Ima catchem off guard mickey one punch.


Johnny N February 15, 2013 at 6:21 pm

There are a wide range of evasive maneuvers explained in this boxing course. And I do teach you how to move backwards in here although that’s not very complicated at all.


Dan February 26, 2013 at 1:39 pm

I have recently bought How to box in 10 days and advanced techniques, they are top class resource’s and have helped me as a a trainer , to explain and demonstrate mush better than I have been.
Even experienced fighters and trainers will benefit from Johnny”s course.
Thanks Johnny, keep up the good work.


Gian March 23, 2013 at 7:06 pm

Is there any way I can incorporate this while working with a trainer?


Johnny N April 2, 2013 at 1:05 pm

Definitely, I don’t see why not.


Frankie April 17, 2013 at 11:31 pm

Hi Johnny,
Just wanted to THANK YOU SO MUCH for this great tools & techniques provided in the HTB in 10 Days !!
I began boxing 6 months ago with a personal trainer & dvd’s & now will continue by using your method.
At the moment i’ve watched the dvd’s 2 times & will now start using the Workbook !
I’ll let you know
All the best


Frankie April 17, 2013 at 11:49 pm

Hi Johnny again,
Will start to work on the workbook & was asking to myself that when you mentioned to do 1 round, it’s 3 min long correct ?
I’m also pushing a friend of mine doing the training with me but he’s not is so good shape, so if he does all exercise 2 min per round does it count or do you recommend to do less exercises of 3 min lenght ?



Johnny N April 19, 2013 at 9:37 am

The standard is 3 minute rounds. If you want to do less, do less.


ricky April 18, 2013 at 9:03 pm

whats up johnny
i just want to thank you for your boxing tips i watched some of your videos on youtube and i think its awesome what your doing didnt know how to fight and now i know how throw punches jobs and move my feet the right way thank you im from de city of tijuana mexico
thanks buddy


Audrey May 3, 2013 at 6:12 pm

It’s a great book to read again and again to improve techniques. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!


Scott Reese May 19, 2013 at 11:49 am

Hi Johnny,

I just want to say thank you for the hard work you put into your website and videos. As a new boxer (but experienced martial arts player) I’ve learned a lot from them already. Just this week I was on the fence about buying your boxing course at full price. So it was fortuitous that I saw your promotion. I’m looking forward to studying it.

I’m about half way through the materials and I think they are great. They are a bargain for the price. Thank you for your efforts with the books and your website. All of your materials have been very helpful for me. I’m taking up boxing for the first time at age 43.

I haven’t really thought about competing. I’ve only been boxing for a few of months, but I’m pretty stoked that I’ve dropped 20 lbs. I’ve been sparring with my trainer for a few weeks and just this week started sparring against some of the other fighters. Surprisingly, I’ve found that I can hold my own against the young wipper-snappers (my wife reminded me this morning that I’m 44, not 43). So given some more practice, it might be really fun to compete. I’ve always enjoyed competing in other martial arts.

Keep up the good work!
-R. Scott Reese


Eric June 11, 2013 at 12:59 pm

I like your book a lot, and all the articles/videos you have online compliment it wonderfully. My girlfriend and I did muay thai for a year maybe year and a half and we had a couple fights there.
but now we’ve decided to take up boxing for a few reasons.

Having your book has really helped us adapt to the boxing way, it’s more detailed with the punching/head movement/slips and rolls than we were taught by our muay thai instructor.. and our coaches seem pretty good, but it was really nice having your book to answer a lot of little questions that I didn’t want to be standing there all night asking the coaches, I also am just obsessed with reading as much stuff on boxing that I can right now.. so ya … we also got some good ideas/combos from your book and I like your ideas for padwork.

we were both orthodox fighters before, but because I injured my left shoulder it hurts when I jab on that arm so I switched to southpaw and actually prefere it, as did my girlfriend she decided to try it after breaking her right arm. so she didn’t have to throw crosses with her right. She liked it as well. So we love southpaw tips! We have both been doing pretty well in sparring, using more head movement than these guys do at this gym, and a lot of jab-jab-cross, and at times trying to get on the T as you call it and well sometimes something like hook-cross-hook or cross-hook-cross.

We’ve been at this boxing gym for 3 months now, tonight a coach from another gym brought one of his female boxers down to do some sparring and I asked if my girlfriend could try sparring her, and they told her to glove up, and she did really well landing a lot of jabs and crosses and moving, hit the other girl alot and didn’t get hit very much (only got hit with 2 upper cuts when she got in close and a few body shots, maybe the odd jab or cross but very little). after our coach told us that girl has 9 fights, and he said he’s going to try to get us a match in about a month from now so we’re pretty excited about that, and hopefully he can help us work on some stuff before that, looking forward to more videos/articles and more southpaw tips are always appreciated. thank you johnny.


Michael Liston June 15, 2013 at 1:26 am

Hey Johnny,

Just purchased your ebook and vids and I’m looking forward to soaking in all your knowledge. It seems I can’t log back in to finish some downloading… Can you help? Thanks and keep up the fine work.



Johnny N June 15, 2013 at 4:55 pm

Hi Michael,

Please check your spam folder. The login details are sent immediately after payment but sometimes it gets caught in the SPAM.

Thank you for your support!


Edward June 23, 2013 at 1:38 pm

I have just become aware of your site and it looks very informative – and very appreciated by boxing enthusiasts. I want to buy the “10 days” digital software, but I am concerned about any updates that might be coming soon. Are you about to update the software, or will people who have paid for the current version get access to any updates? Thanks!


Johnny N June 23, 2013 at 1:49 pm

Hi Edward,

You will get free lifetime updates to the boxing course. There are no hidden fees or additional costs after buying. I do see myself adding some updates to the Advanced Boxing Workshop soon and increasing the price to reflect that but previous buyers will get the updated version for free.

As for the How to Box in 10 Days course, that was written with all the knowledge I have on boxing fundamentals and that technique won’t be changing anytime soon. But if it did, you would definitely get the updated version for free.



ILYAS KHAN June 29, 2013 at 6:36 am

Hi sir johnny u r real great guy.thanks


Edward June 24, 2013 at 7:50 am

Thanks! I hope you never stop responding personally to peoples’ questions/comments. It is worth the price of any of your products to feel like a real person is taking the time to stand behind his product. I will pick up the “how to box” and “advanced boxing” courses right after I reply. I am looking forward to learning the sweet science…


Wanda Correia July 5, 2013 at 12:51 pm

Between your website, videos, and How to Box in 10 days; my form, stamina , techniques have greatly improved. You have done a great job in presenting the information, it is clear, precise. Your explanations have enabled me to absorb and utilize. My jump roping is significantly better – nice breathing technique you explained! On another note – your site has helped give my trainer confirmation of her training skills, it is as if you two are one! I must say she smiles even more!She loves my Mexican wraps and your wrap technique – very easy to do thanks saves my hands! Funny how it is ! Love your line :hygienist by day, fighter at night! Look forward to each new lesson! Thank you for your passion, and time you put into creating such a great website and training packages. I appreciate it. Sincerely , Wanda


Paul July 5, 2013 at 2:12 pm

Cheers Johnny,
I just purchased the course. Look forward to reading and watching, thanks for all the hard work!
Kind Regards,
Paul UK


Andrew July 14, 2013 at 2:32 pm

I watched the video yesterday and I went to the gym to try out your advice, and my hook and cross are much more powerful and consistent thanks to your advice. I’ve learned more from your online teaching than most of my face to face live teachers. Your advice is super clear to me and detailed, so I find that I can really be consistent now with what I’m trying to improve and visualize whereas before I could only feel that my punch felt good sometimes, but I wasn’t sure why.

In the past, I had a lot of trouble getting power into my right cross after my jab if I took a big step with my jab because I had no weight on my backfoot. As a result, I usually try to hop forward with both feet instead of sliding my left foot on my heel, but after trying to expand and stretch and think about core in the way as you advised, I feel like I have more power than ever.

In the past, I could get a lot of power if I unloaded a series of hooks on a heavy bag, but not from one single hook, especially a short hook. But now, by thinking about my back shoulder moving the way you explained, I can consistently generate a lot of power and I don’t need to rely on my arm for the power and I can relax my shoulder.

I also really like your principles about using the power from your core and the right direction to focus the power. I’ve heard boxing coaches say that lifting weights slows you down or just that it’s useless without further explanation. But your explanations bring clear understanding. I feel like now I understand better where the power from punching comes from. I used to think power comes from weight lifting because so many fighters look huge and strong but now I realize that’s not the case.

I liked the footwork video a lot. I don’t think I know yet how much impact it’s going to have on my game, but as I’m shadow-boxing and just walking around my apartment I can’t stop thinking about the concepts. The drills are pretty useful exercises to do just about everywhere. I’m just riding the subway and squeezing my legs to see if the subway can throw me off balance and stupid stuff like that.

Anyway, I think using the inside of my foot for control after I step forward is really helpful. I also really like the way you teach to bring the back leg forward, it feels very ninja or samurai or the way you describe the foot gripping the ground makes me think of these tree climbing animals from a nature video who have these suction feet. I really feel a lot stronger on the ground being so aware of my feet.

and I was wondering if you have more secrets about pivoting. After watching your footwork for advanced workshop video, I can’t help thinking that there must be some more details about maintaining balance, moving quickly and what combos to throw off the pivot. C’mon Johnny I know you got some more good stuff about the pivot! Just my two cents, but I think another tutorial on that would be great!

Great stuff!


Anthony July 14, 2013 at 2:34 pm

Thanks Johnny, you really know the science of power, you’re a master at it. Thank you for everything. Keep up the good work. I finally got the download to work, new at this. Thanks for your patience.

Very informative by the way dead weight on the punches like you explained. Down back into the hips!


Nerry Flores July 21, 2013 at 11:39 pm

Good job Johnny! The Local Government Unit (Municipal) of Mlang, Cotabato, Philippines has just organized its local Boxing Club. How we could avail your boxing courses packages? Thank you Johhny


Johnny N July 22, 2013 at 4:40 pm

Hi Nerry,

Congratulations to your new boxing club. You can purchase my boxing courses by click the “Add to Cart” button up above. Let me know if you have problems going through the checkout process.



Thomas July 27, 2013 at 1:35 pm

Good afternoon,

I purchased your introductory $77 boxing instructional program today, downloaded the ebook and was VERY impressed. Great work. Absolutely worth the money. I study your ebook and videos on my ipad when I’m away from the desktop.

Thomas A


Ross August 9, 2013 at 4:44 pm

Hey Johnny I’m new to the site also new to boxing was wondering if this is easy for beginners to pick up and if its a good workout, I will probably be doing most of this on my own. Just wondering before I purchase I’ve always been interested in boxing.


Johnny N August 10, 2013 at 3:23 am

Hi Ross, boxing is a beautiful sport and quite fun to do. The training guide is very easy to follow and learn how to box. Boxing will easily be the greatest workout you’ve ever had (mentally and physically) and it’s a lot of fun.

As for learning how to box for fighting purposes…Is it easy? NOPE. Is it worth the trouble? I have to say yes (assuming you enjoy that). But then again, if you love doing something, you don’t care how hard it is because you’re doing what you love to do. When I look back at how hard boxing was for me, I have pride in knowing I put in the effort. And I’m glad I picked this sport.


Priscilla August 15, 2013 at 6:39 am

I don’t have internet service at home, is there a way for me to download the videos on a DVD disk?


Johnny N August 27, 2013 at 11:10 am

Yes, you can download the files onto a DVD disk but you would still need an initial internet connection somewhere to accomplish that. Maybe at work? Or a friend’s house?

Let me know if you have any other questions, Priscilla.


Jason September 10, 2013 at 2:43 am

Hey Johnny,
Just a quick question, I had to get a new hardrive on my mac and lost my PDF’s with your Boxing for beginners, diet and the advanced one. Is there anyway to get them sent to me again?



Johnny N September 26, 2013 at 3:13 pm

No problem, Jason! Please send me an email and I’ll have your login resent to you.


Chase September 19, 2013 at 11:21 pm

Question: is the workout in this course much more fleshed out than your EASY boxing workout article?

Like are there multiple weeks of workouts?



Johnny N September 26, 2013 at 3:14 pm

The workout in this course is the same one but demonstrated through video. Since this is a course on the fundamentals, I feel it’s best to stick with the basics before going on to anything crazy. I do have plans to offer a more advanced boxing workout later on for the more serious fighters.


PANTELIS MARKOU October 15, 2013 at 3:08 pm

Johnny is it possible to buy the Boxing Instructional Video?Are there any copies left?


Johnny N October 15, 2013 at 3:16 pm

Hi Pantelis. This is a digital download and yes, there are more left. 🙂


Peter Pots October 17, 2013 at 8:32 pm


I am very pleased with the course.

I have 35 year of experience in different martial arts, from very traditional to boxing, kick boxing, mma, krav, …
I am the owner of a club where we practise Mixed Combat Style (MCS Denderleeuw).
MCS is our own style and is a mix of different martial arts. We try to learn from all styles, and make it work in our system.
I am also a police officer and instructor for tactical procedures and self defence at the police academy.

The course is very structured and the techniques are very well explained and demonstrated.
Most of the things are not new for me, but some details make the difference.
Already used some of the training exercises during our training.

Kind regards
Peter Pots


Constantinescu October 19, 2013 at 10:37 pm

I started studying your 2 clips and reading the book(which i printed) and started trying out the techniques in the gym. The whole book/course is very useful. It provides useful boxing mechanics which most trainers dont know how to explain.



Paul October 22, 2013 at 1:45 pm

Hey Johnny,
Loved How to Box in 10 Days, Ebook was full of essential knowledge and more. Vids were awesome.
I am currently training a friend in the basics of boxing and your guides are invaluable (of course I have directed him to your site and told him a lot of my ideas come from you.)
I have taught him the basics of stance and footwork, plus of course the jab and straight right. Am working with him now on the ‘3 axis of boxing’ whilst incorporating slips, rolls, and the more technical hooks and uppercuts whilst trying to mix up his heavy bag, double end bag, and pads to show him the practical implications of what he is learning.
He is only a casual learner as medical problems will mean he may never even spar, but he seems to be enjoying the sport so far and improves every week.
Thank you for all your input and love for the sport.

Keep it up man, many thanks and much respect,
Paul UK


Yunus October 22, 2013 at 4:26 pm

Thanks Johnny,
The stuff is really helpful, you have explained many things in details. I have been working on that and am very pleased. I will let you know about my progress.


Duane October 24, 2013 at 3:00 pm

Hi Johnny,

Thanks for putting all this boxing knowledge together. Its already helped and inspired myself and students with the art of boxing.



john October 24, 2013 at 5:47 pm

Is it possible to just to purchase the e-book only?


Johnny N October 24, 2013 at 5:50 pm

Hi John,

I’m sorry, I do not offer courses broken into separate components. The course was designed for you to get the most out of it by using all of it and I want to keep it this way. In case you’re looking for something more economical, perhaps you can stick to the widely available amount of free information on my website and Youtube channel? You can also leave comments and get helpful replies from other readers and myself.


Brett October 24, 2013 at 6:25 pm

Hi Johnny,

I’ve just purchased your boxing course and I’m really looking forward to using it. I work offshore on a ship and we have limited training facilities, but we do have a heavy bag!



PANTELIS MARKOU November 12, 2013 at 3:36 am

Hi Johnny.I studied the pack and to be honest I have improved my couter attacks.I have become more aggressive now.Before that I was very defensive.Now I try to be more imaginative during the fight and I have developed many counter attack techniques.Also I have increased my self-esteem.Generally speaking this box set has been a masterpiece and I believe it gives a broad scope of boxing.My level is boxing is amateur but I want to improve my footwork techniques and balance.Basically I am very good.I salute your effort for this.Its worth the money and more.Also I will try to print the workbook.I wish you all the best Johnny in whatever you do.You helped me improve myself.A thank you is not enough


enso ghisoni November 18, 2013 at 3:56 pm

Just a small point Johnny about the -Jack Dempsey falling step- punch.
If you read the book by Mr Dempsey ” Championship Fighting” You will note that the very first technique in the book is this particular punch and according to J.D. this blow was a power-punch and should be delivered from the Forward-Axis fighting stance so that there is a little more weight on the front leg before launch. Also on landing the fist, it should be with knuckles set on the vertical with the thumb above the fist (not with a twist).
J.D. claimed that the power line from the falling step to the punch finished at the little ‘pinky’ finger, but because this knuckle was so structurally weak the two knuckles next the ‘pinky’ would have to be deployed.
All said and done I think J.D meant this punch to be leaned as a self defence movement for the inexperienced civilian.
Personally I like to use whatever knuckle lands and anyway that I can land it.


Fred December 1, 2013 at 3:02 am

Hello Johnny,

I practice sanda and traditional Chinese martial arts for a long time.
I am teaching a youth program (youth that left school or have problems with controlling themselves, …)
Many of them did some boxing, to make the program closer to what they already know I wanted to know more about boxing. Mostly as a teaching tool, not necessary to reach a high level (I am 48 so a bit to old for that :-))

For me the most interesting part of your video is the slow build up, the way you teach it step by step.
It helped me to teach in a more structured way and have a better understanding of the boxing techniques. (and understand why some of my students do it different then I did before). The level of my boxing understanding improved.



KWW December 11, 2013 at 2:05 pm

Thanks again for the great website. I’m downloading the videos to the 10 day guide right now so I haven’t seen them yet, but the book is great! I’ve already figured out about 30 things I was doing wrong.


David G December 18, 2013 at 6:22 pm

Hi Johnny,
I purchased your e-book and its great!
Your site is the best!



Todd December 20, 2013 at 1:48 pm

Hey Johnny –

So thrilled to have this information, and so excited to start watching the videos. I’m a big fan of your work and have been following you on YouTube.



Daniel December 21, 2013 at 9:39 am

Hi, just if wondering if this e-book for the beginner because I really don’t know anything about boxing, and also this e-book with video’s or not. Thank you

Kind Regards;


Johnny N December 21, 2013 at 12:20 pm

Hi Daniel,

This is the perfect instructional ebook and video for the beginner. I cover all the fundamental techniques and training methods to help you learn boxing in the fastest time possible. I cover hundreds of tiny details and common mistakes that many beginners (and even some trained guys) will make.


Will January 1, 2014 at 4:31 pm

Hey Johnny,

Have you ever thought about setting up an affiliate program so marketers can promote your product? If this is something you are considering, you should sign up with to get started.

– Will


Johnny N January 8, 2014 at 5:26 pm

Hi Will, I do have my own affiliate program setup. I prefer it over Clickbank because I get to set my own terms and operate the way I choose instead of having to do it the Clickbank way. If you’re interested in becoming an affiliate, please contact me directly.


Angelo January 19, 2014 at 9:27 pm

Great instructional video and ebook. Very intuitive in its step by step breakdown..


Alexis March 6, 2014 at 3:30 pm

I am a student of Krav Maga. On Monday nights at the dojo we have sparring fight-club. It has occurred to me that before I can even consider not wearing my headgear I will really need to improve my defensive head movements and my punching technique–that’s where Mr. Nguyen comes into the picture! I shall keep you posted.


angel lopez March 6, 2014 at 3:34 pm

I haven’t got to watching the Dancers footwork for fighters videos yet, still on the How to box in 10 days..However the HBT10 is very detailed and has been a huge help..

my boxing level was zero
I’m working on 1-2-3 slipping right now as well as the straight punch combination’s.
I especially like the boxing equipment portion.. It was very informative..I got my mexican hand wraps yesterday, great instructional video on the proper way to wrap then.
Being that I’m a contractor in Afghanistan equipment and instruction is hard to come by..


Clint March 6, 2014 at 4:07 pm

Hi Johnny,

Thanks for the well put together boxing course and videos. I have learned a lot from you and I agree in the way you go about teaching boxing. Everything you say makes sense to me and I like your reasoning behind it.

I had little knowledge of boxing before this course and I would say my overall game has improved. Now I feel like I can box and with purpose. I think I liked the videos best about the course. I am such a visual learner and it helped that I could supplement the reading with your videos.

I live in a small town in wyoming and to be honest there is not a whole lot for boxing around here. It seems MMA has taken a hold of a new generation of fighters and put boxers second rate. I dont agree with this nor do I care much for MMA, but would rather give boxing an honest shot. I am having a hard time seeing where I stand in this game with no one around to coach or give advice. One thing I would like more of is information on South Paw fighters, because this is what I am. I would definitely like some S Paw punching combinations to practice.

Thanks for all your help, and I appreciate any advice/encouragement.



Steve March 7, 2014 at 7:30 pm

Thank you.
Have played Day 1 and Day 2 in my DVD player.
The sound and video are excellent.
The instruction is excellent.
I have gained insight into the beginning movements of the fighting form.
Look forward to viewing and studying the other days and gaining more insights.
Best wishes for the year.


Tom Fox March 7, 2014 at 7:40 pm

Dear Johnny

Last Friday I was talking to a friend who lives in Missouri who said he could down load the thing for me, so I emailed it to him. I’m in a program called Rock Steady Boxing in Indianapolis. It’s for people with Parkinson’s disease. My neurologists suggested that I do the program, and it’s really made a difference . I go three times a week for an hour and a half and have been going to it for the last three months. We don’t get to hit each other. The closest thing we do to that is using those mitts. I’d like to learn more about boxing. What I’d really like to do is get in the ring with another 70 year old fart.

Tom Fox


Kevin March 7, 2014 at 7:52 pm

Just finished watching it. the bag drills and sparring tips are great. glad i didnt miss out on those.
Great work Johnny


Seth March 8, 2014 at 5:05 pm

Hey there.

First of all, let me say thanks a lot for your website. Boxing is something that I’ve wanted to try out since I was a little kid, but certain circumstances in my life have always left it as something that I thought I’d never get around to. I’ve always been fairly athletic and come from a family filled with some very good athletes that went pretty far, but I’ve also always been an extremely thin and small-framed guy (my wrists are only about 5.75″), and as such stopped playing sports like football after 8th grade, more so due to lacking confidence than not being able to compete. I’ve always really liked following and watching boxing, and always found it inspiring seeing how devoted and skilled that certain boxers are, and how much respect that I, and just about everybody else had for them.

After finding your website, I realized that boxing wasn’t something that was completely unattainable, and using it, along with several other resources that I found along the way, I bought some exercise and boxing equipment (pull-up bar, medicine ball, dumbbells, jump rope, heavy bag, cheap boxing gloves and cheap boxing shoes, etc.), and started following a boxing workout regimen that I piecemealed, altered, and added on to as time went on. I’ve had to eat around 4,500-5,000 calories per day, but over the course of the last 16 months or so, I’ve gone from 101 to 126 lbs, and my body seems to like where it’s at, as it’s staying fairly consistent at this point. I bought your “How to Box in 10 Days” guide at one point, but I was pretty careful on not taking too much on, as I was just following the guide by myself, and didn’t want to ingrain any bad habits, as I hear that’s incredibly easy to do in boxing, and kept it fairly simple while following your guide.

I’ve actually been looking to join a local boxing gym lately and have been looking around, as I’d like to get a couple of amateur bouts in at some point (hopefully it’s not too late at 20!)

Let me say thanks again, as I would have never had the courage to join a gym before, and finding your site was the first step towards something that I’ve always really wanted to do, but never thought I would.


Kevin April 28, 2014 at 9:07 pm

Just looked over the whole course and completed day 1 and I love the course Johnny. You explain clearly the fundamentals of boxing Johnny and cut down the learning curve of beginner boxers a lot with great tips, both in the videos and books.

To anyone thinking of downloading the course, it is indeed a course which you can complete in 10 days, but for people like myself looking for a complete reference for the fundamentals of boxing which you can return to again and again as a kind of cornerstone (solid foundation) to building future skills upon – this course is just the ticket.

Thanks 🙂


Larry May 9, 2014 at 7:59 pm

How long is each days lesson?


Johnny N May 10, 2014 at 2:06 am

Hi Larry,

The course is in 2 parts: an ebook and video footage. Each chapter can take you about an hour or 2 to read, watch, and go over the material yourself in the workout. But it’s not a bad idea if you practice for more time.

And if you’re too busy, then you do what you can and break it down into smaller parts. You can learn at your own pace. 🙂



Larry May 10, 2014 at 10:22 am

Thanks a lot for the quick response Johnny!


Steve June 12, 2014 at 5:21 pm

One of the great features of this online boxing program is the the “what not to do” feature, letting a person know the mistakes that are often made with the techniques.
The photos that accompany the text illustrate the information very well.
Thanks for putting a wealth of information together in a well-organized manner.


amin loner June 19, 2014 at 12:23 am

I am iranian and I obtain a lot of tips from your site I think its the best site for learning boxing I have ever seen thank you


JonnyC June 19, 2014 at 2:05 pm

Hi Johnny, I downloaded you’re 10 Day program but can’t find a way to access it. All i have is the email with the pay pal receipt. Can you send me a link or let me know how to access it, thanks.


Johnny N June 20, 2014 at 11:42 am

Can you check your spam folder to see if login email went in there?


JonnyC June 21, 2014 at 5:12 am

I looked but didn’t find it. I just sent my self a new password for the members area. I found got access to the material. Thanks


Johnny N July 15, 2014 at 6:12 pm

Glad it worked out for you, let me know if you need any more help.


Waisale July 15, 2014 at 1:41 pm

Looks like a good investment to get into boxing. I’m a beginner can’t wait to get started will order and get started this week! Thanks so much for making this available online!


Johnny N July 15, 2014 at 6:12 pm

Just saw your order come in…excited to get you started, Waisale!


Kevin July 15, 2014 at 6:13 pm

Using an iMac – I just right-clicked on the blue hypertext above the videos and then released at ‘Download Linked File’ and all four are downloading without any problems.

The ebooks just took a few minutes to download, look great at first glance and the HQ videos will take a few hours to download – worth the wait as I have a bottle of red wine and Spanish olives to keep me company (sadly no cheese & crackers). Plus, a long download time spells out eight very beautiful words to me if you are downloading material from someone that you have decided to trust . . . ‘Lots of rich well-thought-out-helpful content!’

Anyway, just thought I’d put up a message for Mac users to give an idea of what they’ll expect.

In other words, no problems downloading this course – downloading as smooth as a pebble in a stream . . . . . .

Looking forward to following your course Johnny – thank you, as you are as close to a trainer as I can get (albeit via the Internet and we’ve never met obviously) as I’m out in the sticks here in Asia and had to kind of make my own gym here for boxing in preparation to compete in a Masters competition in America in a few years time.

I will put up another comment / full review when I’ve had time to properly look through all the material and videos in 3-10 days time.

I’ve gone through the mill on downloading crap in the past, such as every boxing app I’ve ever been recommended to download on iTunes, (except for the ‘Precision boxing’ combinations app) – (no, I’m not affiliated in anyway – its just a good app) so please take it from me that I really have faith in Johnny for providing quality tuition. Not one of Johnny’s ebooks or articles has not drawn me in so far.

Hope this helps Mac or PC downloaders in someway 🙂

(By the way, I work on a Mac but play games in the evening on a PC – so ‘no’ I’m not a Mac geek – I like both – Mac for working ((stability)) and PC for gaming ((more versatility)) 🙂


Trevin July 16, 2014 at 2:31 am

Hey Johny I purchased your 10 day boxing package. It’s awesome! Really think you did a good job, I’m already a lot more aware of beginner mistakes I’ve been making.


Wikuis July 31, 2014 at 2:39 pm

I did end up buying your beginner boxing course to cover the fundamentals even more solidly. I did like it so far to be honest.


Hans July 31, 2014 at 5:35 pm

Hi Johnny,

I’m looking to start boxing and I got your guide on how to box in 10 days to move along my progress a bit. I am left hand, left leg, and left eye dominant, so am probably going to box southpaw. I was reading through day 2, and when it reached the pivot jab the only instruction is to pivot clockwise. I thought it might be reversed for southpaw, and I did find something on the expert boxing website that said southpaws should pivot CCW for the pivot jab. A very small thing, but if you ever decide to edit the How to Box in 10 Days book it could be helpful, especially for left handed people like myself with no experience of boxing.

Other than that everything is great. I really appreciate the time and effort you’ve put into both How to Box in 10 Days and the free resources on the Expert Boxing website.



usmani syed August 5, 2014 at 2:13 am

hi johnny,
CONGRATS for your great job.i live in india and want to start boxing.your HOW TO BOX IN 10 DAYS boxing instructional video and e-book seems to be very helpful.i want to buy it.please tell me whether this product is available in india else if i’m ordering it from how much extra it would cost me?
waiting for your reply.


Johnny N August 5, 2014 at 2:46 pm

Hi Usmani,

This is a digital course so everything is downloaded. No shipping or extra fees are necessary. Johnny


Jason August 7, 2014 at 9:14 pm

I loved the videos on YouTube so I decided to buy your material. We have a similar build and style. I’m 27 years old. I’m excited to check it all out. My goal is to be ready to enter the ring by August (6 months). My father boxed back in the day, trained by Frank Lavelle (Floyd Paterson’s trainer) so he gives me tips as well.


James August 10, 2014 at 5:02 pm


I purchased your book and it was well put together and had some good material in it. I have probably about 5-7 years of muay thai training but I have worked on and tried to learn as much as I can to develop my boxing. I’ve watched nearly all your videos on your site which are extremely informative. Thanks for your videos that you continually post up have been amazing.

Kind Regards
James Smith


Roberto ramallo September 15, 2014 at 8:11 pm

hello how are you my name is roberto ramallo wanted to know which of your courses would be ideal for me and I’m starting to become a professional.


Johnny N September 16, 2014 at 2:13 pm

Hi Roberto,

How much experience do you have in boxing? All courses are helpful but you have to be at the right level to fully appreciate it, otherwise it could be too easy or too difficult.



Edgar September 21, 2015 at 11:23 pm

I want to learn how to box but I don’t have money to purchase it what can I do


Johnny N September 22, 2015 at 1:55 am

Check out all the free stuff on my website and my Youtube channel. Also tons of other great free information out there as well. Use Google.


Adan September 22, 2014 at 2:34 pm

Just purchased the training resources, i will passionately complete this 10-day and come back and post my results! I hope to learn all i can and do my best, maybe i will get into amateur boxing.


Johnny N September 22, 2014 at 2:41 pm

I’m excited to have you on board, Adan!


Chaddis October 21, 2014 at 1:14 pm

Ay wus going on Johnny. Yea man I like this course. I’ve always had a love for boxing and martial arts. I never was able to get into boxing tho because of football back when I was in school. But even tho I nevet got in, its like I automatically had a little boxing skills lol. But yea this course is neat. I learned some new things. Im going to try to master all of this so I could move on. Thanks Johnny.


Chad December 20, 2014 at 12:58 pm


Everything is working out great and couldn’t be better don’t I think. Great instructional info.., actually for my 14 yr old son – we are working together and I’m coaching him best I can and coming from a John Chu Southern Association Taekwondo BBelt BG we’re doing pretty well. We’ll be going into real classes next week so I have a great reference point now.
Keep it up my friend, Great work.


Victor December 29, 2014 at 8:46 pm

Does this work on iBooks for iPhones


Markus January 16, 2015 at 1:32 pm

Hello Johnny!

First I have to say your boxing guide was really good and inspiring. Also your website is superb! There is a lot of good information and I got many good tips how to train. When I bought your guide I was trained about one year boxing. I was never sparred and I was only training technique. After reading this guide I started look more about my footwork and defense. And it really helped me. Now I am sparring 1-2 times a week and learning more and more about this great sport. And I am still checking some tips from your great guide when I need help. Maybe someday I will take a big leap forward and start competing.

But first right now I am starting diet and I am really curious about your fighter diet plan. It sounds good and I think it would be just what I have been looking for. Maybe I will purchase it when I have enough pocket money for it. 🙂

I hope you all good and happy holidays! Take care!


Rick February 11, 2015 at 1:09 am

Hi Johnny ,

I’m really enjoying your book and workbook .

It’s enlightening … I’m a martial arts coach and level one boxing coach so I always enjoy looking at what others do and what they teach to help me improve myself .

Take care

Rick G.


Sang February 15, 2015 at 3:18 pm

Hi there,

I really like the How to Box in 10 Days download.

I’m new to boxing (not new to martial arts), am training at a boxing/mma school with a lot of live instruction. I’m finding the live instruction and the course download to be complementary. Some things are difficult to appreciate without a live instructor, and some things that occur with a live instructor are difficult to break down on the fly. so, the two together are great.



Timor March 10, 2015 at 9:02 am

Hey Johnny,

I’m interested in purchasing the book, what makes the premium book different from your free stuff?
because you have so many free but detailed articles, and a guide that organizing everything.
I already learned so much from this blog and youtube videos.

How important is the workbook for fast improvements?

Thanks a lot!!!


Johnny N March 10, 2015 at 11:14 am

Thank you for asking me first, Timor!

The workbook is really well organized and explains all the details together. Yes, much of this is already taught on the internet whether through my website/Youtube or someone else’s but this guide really fills in all the holes. The guide explains many details in text, pictures, and video.

I would say if you’ve been boxing for 12 months or less (under a serious trainer), “How to Box in 10 Days” should most definitely be very useful for you. If you’ve been boxing for longer than that, then you will find much of the information here to be repetitive. For those who don’t know much about boxing, this guide will put some clear information into your head and give you a strong foundation to start with. For those who already know a ton of information (and perhaps even have lots of conflicting information in their head), this guide will help clear up and help organize and harmonize everything that they already know.

As with any information that you seek to learn, the value it gives you depends on what you take out of it. Some people buy a book or video and are happy if it contains 85% new information they never heard before. Whereas some other people are happy even if it contains only 5% new information but it is the critical life-changing information that they didn’t find elsewhere. The more serious you are about something, the more important it is to you to know absolutely everything about it.

NOTE: I do not give refunds. I use to offer a moneyback guarantee but stopped because of individuals trying to taking advantage of that. I would suggest for you not to buy the guide if you’re concerned about money and not “getting your money’s worth”. I have provided a myriad of free information available and do want anyone to spend money and feel cheated.


Timor March 11, 2015 at 5:44 am

Thanks for the quick and detailed reply, I already enjoy reading your blog, I have no doubt it’s worth every dollar!
I researched online, and “how to box in 10 days” does seems to be the best product for me (beginner boxer), when I’m ready to be more serious about boxing I’m sure I’ll pick it up.
Thanks again, and have a great day 🙂


Gary March 19, 2015 at 1:32 pm

Hey Johnny.

I bought your course from the perspective of using it to help bridge my traditional Chinese martial arts from forms and conditioning, to sparring and self defense.

I feel that boxing, because of its fistic specialisation, focused on a lot of the intangible aspects of fighting that most Chinese systems have lost or no longer emphasise. Such as rhythm, distance control, how to attack, etc. Especially how to attack as most arts focus on defense / counterattack.

And your course really delivered. In terms of organising the material, distilling the essence and the basics of boxing. Communicating them in an engaging manner too. No easy feat. I needed basics as ones art can only be as good as the foundations.

From your course, I am training the footwork, slipping, counterattacking, attack combos, and quite a few of the equipment work drills too. And am thinking through how to adapt parts of it to the techniques I know. I guess you can say, filling in the blanks.

I think in terms of what else might be useful… maybe tips on how to feint would be good too. This could be non-basic stuff though. Again, the course is already very good as it is.

Good work my friend!!

Sincerely, Gary L.
Melbourne, Australia


Toby March 26, 2015 at 11:47 am


Learnt a lot from the course. Liked how it showed individual techniques then how to put them together. Started learning boxing years ago but stopped. Have been doing MMA last few years but always liked boxing side of things. The course has given me heaps of pointers to improve my technique especially footwork and improving punch speed / power. Thanks heaps.


Toby J


Kiel March 30, 2015 at 10:23 am

Hello Johnny,

I used to teach hand to hand combat in the Army and what attracted me to your program is that you teach the way I taught when I was in. You are a very good instructor and it would be very beneficial to box with you in person. There is a lot of info in your videos and I have enjoyed them immensely. I plan on studying your program until I get to 160 lbs. and then using the boxing program as my workout. I have a friend I can spare with and am excited. I will give you a much better analysis at the end of the summer if you wish, that way I can really chew on your program. Let me know if you would like that.




Finn April 1, 2015 at 9:52 am

Hi Johnny,

I’m really enjoying the material. I printed the book and it goes very nicely together with the video. One suggestion would be to maybe include the chapter system in the video, like a DVD if that’s possible. That way I could select a chapter in the book, and easily navigate to the respective section in the video.

Just an idea. Great stuff, otherwise. A retired pro-boxer is training me, and your material comes in very handy to use as a reference at home.

/ Finn


Trevinsky April 14, 2015 at 9:37 am

Hello Johny!

My level of boxing skill was beginner. I had spent a month boxing twice a week, prior to purchasing your DVD. Your breakdown of the fundamentals of boxing was clear and efficient. From the right gear to purchase, too tricks that allow you to know if your doing things right (toe heel alignment/tennis ball under chin). I feel a lot more clear direction in what I need to do too grasp the fundamentals of boxing.

From a beginners stand point areas I still do not feel confident I’m heading in the right direction with are the left hook. I consistently try to use my core, pivot my foot, put pressure on my back heel, rotate my arm, right hand right cheek, left elbow above wrist, yet it still feels like an arm punch. Great job on the DVD/Ebook. You’ll continue to be my source for boxing technique instruction.


Ehab April 29, 2015 at 10:55 am

Dear Johny,

I was just started 3 months ago and wanted to learn the basics. My overall boxing skills improved, like the stance, punching method and all. I really like that the course is simple and you breakdown everything in an amazing way.



Cameron May 19, 2015 at 9:41 am


I’m pleased with the course, I’m just taking it slowly. I already belong to a boxing gym and I’m using your course to supplement my training. I mainly do it for the fitness aspects, not to compete. But over the past few years, I’ve taken Muay Thai and Brazilian jiu-litsu and still prefer my boxing gym overall.

Cam M.,


Jack May 22, 2015 at 4:27 pm

Hi Johnny,

Absolutely loved the course !!

Thank you for putting so much work into it, even the little details make a HUGE difference. I’m still reading the E-book as I am quite busy! But I am enjoying it. I am also subscribed to your YouTube channel and discovered you from YouTube.

I’m progressing well! as I’ve bought every bit of boxing equipment you can think of lol
I’m from England, and I’ve joined a boxing club twice a week which really helps as well.

I like how you’ve broken everything down into steps and sections! It really helps absorb information better.

Please can you make an more advance/technical course.. Which teaches more in depth boxing like combinations, footwork, Just anything that comes after the basics that is more advance to learn! If you have already made one? Please let me know and I will PURCHASE !!

Many thanks,

Jack D
🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂


Jack Dennison May 22, 2015 at 4:32 pm

Loved The course so much I watch it regularly.

I want more courses soon please lol !!

Please let me know Johnny 🙂

Much love,



Steve June 10, 2015 at 11:09 am

Hi, Johnny!
Thanks for a the ton of information on boxing.
I am enjoying the text and the photos, which explain boxing very well.
My father was the Southeastern collegiate boxing champion (bantam weight division, representing the University of Tennessee) in 1936. He never discussed boxing with me or my two brothers nor did he encouraged us to take up boxing. I may be wrong, but I think that with your course, I am learning what he knew and maybe more. It’s a trip into his past. Unusual reason to purchase the course, I am sure,


Thomas July 29, 2015 at 11:50 am


I just stumbled on your website Expert Boxing by chance and it’s helped me immeasurably. It’s been my guilty pleasure when I sit at my desk and take my lunch break at work! I’ve scanned the Beginner’s Guide and decided to splurge on your e-book. It was worth it to me to have all the basic info neatly consolidated.

Your sequential method of instruction is easy to follow. It’s very appealing to those of us who prefer an initial academic approach (e.g. similar to classroom learning) which illustrates the “gold standard” of how things aught to look before honing those basic skills in the gym. If that was your intention, mission accomplished. I’ve been in school most of my life so I feel qualified to tell you that you’re on the right track. You’re a natural instructor.

The work book was an excellent addition. It serves as a “pre-flight check list” of proper technique. I review this as a quick run through before starting my training session on a specific skill or drill. Again, well worth the time.

Just a little about myself to answer your questions. I’m 41 and a family physician by trade. I’m also prior military, 10 years Air Force, served as a flight surgeon. I’ve studied various martial arts over 12 years and finally became so disgusted with the utter stupidity (sure we spar…we just make light contact to the body. But whatever you do, don’t hit your opponent’s head! Now go in the corner and practice your kata!) I gave up. I’m no longer a spring chicken and know that I’m on a limited clock of “useful competitiveness.” Boxing is the perfect fit. Quick, pure and easy to learn. I think all traditional martial artists wish they were boxers deep down!

So my goal, in short is the following: 1. to develop basic, solid boxing proficiency as a core competency (life skill). 2. the “metric” that I’ll use to gauge my success will be the ability to spar and defend myself against a reasonable opponent. Your website and e-book have more then helped me put my “martial house” in order. Thoroughly enjoying it!


Tom D

PS-I’m sure you watched the Pacquiao/Algieri fight. Coincidentally, Chris Algieri lives almost down the block from me! Was strange to see my town on HBO 24/7.


Inigo August 21, 2015 at 3:01 pm

I have learned a lot with the course. I had practiced boxing for 4 years and after a lot of years of doing nothing I have came back to the gym. At the gym most of the times you get tips of how to do something but it is difficult to get the whole explanation or at least I have found usefull to see it without the gloves. Very interesting the explanation about how to do a shoulder roll. I appreciate also the free information in the web.

Thanks and regards



Keegan Demerieux August 29, 2015 at 7:44 pm

Very valuable information am a beginner learn alot about mistakes we beginner’s do.Overall very accurate i really learn thing’s that pro’s and amateurs do.Two thumbs up.


Vanessa September 1, 2015 at 7:50 pm

I’ve absorbed soooo much from this e-book. It’s easy to understand and I can even point out things other boxers are doing wrong and I’m just a beginner. Thank you so much for creating this, it’s my boxing bible. I also never knew there were so many things to learn, which is a great thing.


Rafael November 18, 2015 at 7:05 am

Are you thinking in a kinde of discount?
Unfortunetly, i cant afford. I am from Brazil, and 1 dollar = 4 reais.


Andrew January 7, 2016 at 4:00 pm

I had some boxing experience prior to getting this course and the advanced workshop. The explanations on the stance are among the best I’ve seen, but for the hands down (pun intended) best explanation I’ve ever had on uppercuts was in the ten days. Although I understand why, I wish the way you had explained certain things in the advanced workshop would have started in the HTB10Ds because you did such a good job and those explanations, typically about smaller things, have made a big difference for me. Full disclosure I did a quick run through of the course knowing I would go back and modify it to a more “Cuban” curriculum ( really comfortable with footwork, jabs, uppercuts, hooks defense.) which is close to the course, but more at my own speed. I have really enjoyed the course and plan on purchasing the footwork video soon.


Nicolas rodriguez Stockar January 13, 2016 at 4:50 pm

Hey Johnny,

I bought this course and the dancers footwork for fighter courses a while ago, but I changed my email and I don’t have them anymore. Any chance I can get the download links? If you need more info (my email was [email protected]) I´ll be happy to provide. Thanks,


Johnny N January 13, 2016 at 6:06 pm

Hi Nicolas. I sent you an email. Please reply there.


Doohee February 4, 2016 at 12:19 pm

Hi? Johnny!
Thanks you. You are very kind.

This is Doohee in Korea.
I’m a kind of boxing novice: just six months.
I knew I cannot master boxing just 10 days.
I understand that I should give a lot of effort to boxing in life time.

Like you said on web page, coaches in my gym didn’t seem to be interested in novices. They are likely to put their resource into some pros and well trained amateurs.
So I didn’t find ways how to box and learn skills. Nobody answered me the principles of jab, right cross, bounce step. Just yelled at me “JUST DO IT until you feel it comfortable”

“Heaven helps those who help themselves”
Your lessons are quite good to such a kind of novice like me.
I always accompany your video and documents whenever I find some free time.
Now I got to see what I should exercise.
The ‘common mistake’ pages are great help to me.
I’m satisfied with your lesson for now. To be honest I’ve been through chapter 2, straight punches, at this moment.
I thought I don’t have to cram for it.

If I found something to be shared with you, I’m going to give you the feedback.



Lance February 25, 2016 at 5:24 pm


I’m just getting started with it. To tell you the truth, I’m looking at it a bit differently. I’ve been doing a couple other martial arts for several years, and I’m used to sparring with them.

However in one of them, KravMaga, we have started to introduce sparring there now. It’s a new program, so we are all learning together. What the sparring looks to be settling out to be, is about 90% boxing, and 10% kickboxing. Since we are all learning as we go on this front, your program looked like some good foundational information to get going with.

So far, I’m learning that I need to relearn distancing and reading body language cues from what I’m used to.

I’m looking forward to getting into your program and will let you know how it goes.


Benson Ang April 6, 2016 at 6:01 am

Hi Johnny,

I am impressed by your sharing and knowledge of BOXING here. I am interested to purchase your E-Book, however can i know if u do provide instructions and training videos on (Strength & Conditioning) workout on how we can train the important Push/pull muscles at the gym to improve our boxing speed, power, agility… etc???


Johnny N April 7, 2016 at 2:08 am

Hi Benson,

I do share videos and explanations on the typical strength & conditioning routines you’ll find for amateur boxing competition preparation. There are definitely exercises included in there to target the proper push/pull muscles.



Dat June 13, 2016 at 8:39 am

Hi Johnny,
I followed you about 4 months ago, and its very useful, I trained in gyms about 1 months, but I see in my country(germany) they dont teach me a lot of technique, and they just fight for fit, and doing work out on the bags, just punching no matter what, what can I do now ? This ebook will help me or everything basic are on ur page? What can i say with my coach, I am planning to competition.


Shane August 4, 2016 at 8:06 am

Hi Johnny

Just stumbled on your site as I was looking for help with punching a heavy bag. I live in the countryside so no boxing coaches near me. I just bought a heavy bag for the garage as I am trying to lose weight. Mainly by running and diet.

I felt a heavy bag could be another way to exercise and learn a new skill.

I like the sound of your course and wondered if it will help me learn how to hit the heavy bag properly as I do not want to get injured (or waste my time.)

Many thanks for all you do.



Johnny N August 5, 2016 at 11:41 am

Hi Shane, you don’t need to buy this instructional course to learn how to hit the heavy bag. I have several free videos for that on my Youtube channel and also a couple guides on that right here on my website. All free!


Shane August 5, 2016 at 12:31 pm

You are a class act Johnny!

I will view your videos and buy your stuff if I get to that level.



Adam August 6, 2016 at 2:02 am

Im from south asia im interested in your tech but i dont where find your book


Johnny N August 6, 2016 at 4:55 pm

Hi Adam, this course is only available online. You can buy it here from this page.


Axel August 6, 2016 at 8:06 pm

Hi. Just bought the How to box in 10 days course, and I have not received a membership link in my email yet. It’s been about 15 minutes. Do I need to wait longer, or is there something wrong?


Adam August 6, 2016 at 9:12 pm

Hey johnny i m not familiar with online payment it very new for me so what is requirements for it.what can i do further process and thank johnny for you preferences book power to subconscious mind its help me alot .


Adam August 6, 2016 at 9:34 pm

Hey johnny i m not familiar with online payment it very new for me no idiea at all so what is requirements for it.what can i do further process any options and thank johnny for you preferences book power to subconscious mind its help me alot .


Johnny N August 7, 2016 at 1:33 pm

If you have a creditcard or debitcard or Paypal account, you click on the [ADD TO CART] button up above.


Adam August 7, 2016 at 10:11 pm

I don’t have any card im only familiar with atm card how can i pay with the help atm card its possible for online payment
If not then i will visit bank rather then asking you dont get mad with im intested in you subject of boxing bu but idont have those card is very new for me no knowledge at all


Johnny N August 11, 2016 at 10:28 am

Hi Adam, go to the Paypal website and start setting up an account. Registration only takes a few minutes and they’ll guide you every step of the way.


Wisethor September 4, 2016 at 6:54 pm

Hi Johnny!!

I can’t buy your product because my country isn’t included in the list of countries. What can I do ??


Johnny N September 5, 2016 at 3:40 pm

Hi Wisethor, please contact me directly for an alternate method.


Chris September 25, 2016 at 8:17 pm

Hey Johnny!
Bought this product on saturday and i am really blown away with the attention to detail with the material. In everything in life, its the small details that make the most difference LOL. Your materials are a real steal for the value you give!

Also want to thank you for the prompt customer service shown trying to rectify my login account.

Lastly, to those who want this product at a steep discount/ want it to be offered free, just know that every financial support given to buying products here will indirectly keep this awesome site running.


Andy September 29, 2016 at 7:21 pm

Hi Johnny

I’ve done home training, green belt in Jujitsu and Karate, very good/trick level on punching bag since hurting Achilles tendon.

I’ve improved my footwork, integrated striking techniques
I’m at early stage but like the consistency and balance of content and strategy so far. I am looking to integrate the techniques with the other elements of my workout

I’m pretty much an old fart who is in pretty good shape (profile of: 55+ trail running 8-15 miles/week, 3 CD workouts: Bas Rutten heavy bag work out (1-4x per week) / Rodney Yee Power Yoga (1x per week) /Insanity 60 day workout 1x per year)

I’ve done mostly around the Bas Rutten workout – which has already highlighted awareness of footwork, posture and positioning before and after strikes. I like your technique for snapping punches. I should have more opinions after the completion of this years Insanity workout cycle, when time is freed up to continue with your workouts – as I exercise solo – I am interested how much can be accomplished outside a gym – I think quite a bit

thanks again to you and your team
Andy F


Andrei October 13, 2016 at 1:34 pm

Hey Johnny,
I bought both the how to box in 10 days and the advanced boxing workshop. I love them both. You do a great job man. I got what I paid for in like the first 20 minutes of each video and I felt like I was really learning a lot of new stuff.

Great videos man! 🙂
Andrei A.


Manny G November 15, 2016 at 7:50 pm

Sir, I’m watching it now. This is great! You do a very good job of breaking things down making easy to understand without sacrificing technical proficiency .
I will continue to purchase the rest of your products.

Once again, thank you!


Will November 18, 2016 at 11:10 am

Hay dose this work on pads an phones or only on computers


Johnny N November 18, 2016 at 12:10 pm

Hi Will,

There is an option to stream it from the back-end…yes, you could do that on any mobile device (with internet). But the best method would be to download the video files to a computer and then convert to any format that you like for mobile.


Will November 20, 2016 at 3:50 pm

Ok thanks for that mate


Joseph December 19, 2016 at 3:54 pm

Thank you Johnny, awesome content on the site, can’t wait to get into this product. On my way to becoming the 13th Spanish world champion! haha.

Lol for real though, the site is great Johnny, it has helped me so much and helped me fall in love with the sport of boxing, on my way to my first amateur fight.


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