Advanced Boxing Workshop

September 11, 2012 September 11, 2012 by Johnny N Boxing Techniques, Punch Techniques 143 Comments

advanced boxing workshop

ADVANCED BOXING TECHNIQUE
for balance, footwork & punching power!

The Advanced Boxing Workshop is now for sale! I’m releasing over 2 hours of footage from my live boxing workshop on advanced boxing techniques. You can now see all the techniques, drills, and exercises I shared with the boxers that day.
Find out exactly how I improved their balance, footwork, and punching power in only 2 hours!

 

Check out footage from the “Advanced Boxing Workshop”

 

“Advanced Boxing Workshop” recorded footage
BUY IT NOW FOR $34

  • 120 minutes of instructional video — raw recorded footage from my live boxing clinic demonstrating and explaining advanced fighting techniques on balance, footwork, and punching power!
  • BONUS CONTENT — I have included another 3 hours of footage from my recent workshop JUNE 2013. See 30% new content, new camera angles and higher quality video!
  • NOTE: this is a digital download — you will receive an instant access login in your email after purchasing. No DVD or physical materials will be mailed to you. The videos can be watched from your computer, converted to iPad, or burned to DVD.

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Advanced boxing techniques taught in the workshop

The workshop covers only advanced technique. This is not an instructional for those wanting to learn the basics. It’s an in-depth view into how the body works, how it balances, moves, and naturally generates power. The instruction was designed for serious boxers, MMA fighters, martial artists, or coaches with an interest in learning world class footwork and punching technique.

 

1st hour – BALANCE & FOOTWORK

Learn the secrets to balance and footwork used by the world’s best dancers. We’ll be doing the same drills I learned while training under my brother—Brian Nguyen—a world renowned tango champion. (FYI: did you know Muhammad Ali trained in ballet?)

First you’ll learn how to train and activate your ‘balancing’ muscles for better footwork. Then I’ll show you some advanced footwork tricks. You’ll find there is more to grounding yourself than simply bending your knees and lowering your center-of-gravity!

 

Secrets to BALANCE & FOOTWORK:

  • how to stand solid like a rock but move with the grace of a classically trained dancer
  • how to block punches without being pushed back
  • how to move around the ring without getting tired
  • how to move like a cat, slick and powerful (yes, there is a way to learn this!)
  • how to move your feet quickly without upsetting your balance
  • how to bounce in & out THE CORRECT WAY (slicker & more energy-efficient)
  • the difference between a push-walker and a pull-walker
  • slick step-drag technique
  • tricky footwork moves like: the “fast pivot” and the “one-legged bounce”
  • special drills and exercises for developing your balance muscles
  • …and much more!

***Note: these are NOT the typical skipping drills you did in football practice!

 

Become the HARDEST PUNCHER in your gym!

2nd hour – POWER PUNCHING

In addition to the principles you’ve learned for fighting footwork, you will learn how to ground yourself for incredibly solid punches. First, we’ll break down the body mechanics behind the jab, cross, hook, and uppercut. Then, we’ll learn how to generate maximum rotational power (HINT: it’s not as simple as moving every part of your body).

I’ll demonstrate the key punching mechanics and show you how to load a punch from the INSIDE of your body. Once you know how to move your body, I’ll review some little-known secrets to DOUBLE YOUR PUNCHING POWER IMMEDIATELY.

 

Secrets to POWER PUNCHING:

  • how to throw a real step jab (the commonly referenced but notoriously misunderstood – “falling step” technique made famous by Jack Dempsey)
  • how to throw deadly left hooks (even while popping your body up OFF the ground, a la Mike Tyson)
  • how to throw killer right crosses without having to “load” the punch
  • the proper way to “dig” an uppercut
  • how to throw fast flurries WITHOUT having to think about handspeed
  • how to punch non-stop without getting tired! (yes, it’s actually possible)
  • how to generate maximum rotational force WITHOUT using all of your energy
  • and much more!

Learning the truly essential skills of power punching will allow you to throw powerful punches even while using less effort and less technique!

 

(Day 1 of the workshop was  a success!)

Compliments from boxers that attended live

The workshop was undoubtly well worth the 2 and half hour drive. I would consider the training methods and instruction top notch world class. The second hour with the power punching blew my mind. I really felt more powerful than I ever felt before. The adjusments and little details and inputs you guys give us were making a dramatic difference instantly. I was always considered a good hard puncher but the 2 hour workshop took it to a whole other level. It made me more excited and motivated too keep training and learning new stuff.
The website and articles are a gift in the internet. Im glad I paid $50 and drove through LA traffic from San Diego because the 2 hour experience with Johnny and his crew was priceless. Any aspiring fighter would be foolish to pass up an opportunity like Johnny’s boxing workshop.
— Thair

The workshop was awesome! I learned a lot of details about advanced footwork, how to punch harder, and how to conserve energy. My favorite technique was how to conserve my energy by breathing more efficiently. It really helped and I can already feel the difference while I was shadow boxing today. Johnny is a great teacher and really knows his stuff.
My footwork and body mechanics have definately improved since I learned how to control the ground with my feet and also the hip and back drill. My fighting experience in boxing is novice level but I’m a grappler gravitating towards MMA.
— Sam

Thanks again for the workshop on Saturday. I thought it was great! Excellent workshop and would highly recommend for any level boxer. It was a very interactive and hands-on experience, where a lesson/concept was explained/demonstated followed by a short drill where participants could practice executing the techniques. Johnny would take time to focus on each person and give personalized advice based on what he saw in each person’s technique.
My favorite techniques were in the first half of the workshop on balance and footwork. I felt that these ideas and concepts shed a different light on how to improve movement. Johnny’s demonstrations of moving the head, hips, then legs was an excellent example of how and where our movement really comes from. Moving/punching using the core was also my favorite.
You totally delivered. This workshop shed a whole new light on how to execute basic techniques more efficiently and effectively. I was able to come away with a lot of new concepts and information…. stuff I will definitely keep in mind as I continue to train. I plan to practice the drills we learned, and am confident it will make a big difference in my learning process.
— Ray

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143 Comments

j September 11, 2012 at 10:43 pm

how do i purchase this? i have respect for you johnny but i honestly dont feel comfortable with putting my credit card on here but im definitely interested

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j September 11, 2012 at 10:43 pm

any suggestions on ways to pay?

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Johnny N September 11, 2012 at 10:46 pm

You can setup your bank account with Paypal if you don’t want to use credit card. But either way, I assure you Paypal is safe. It’s been a standard form of online payment for over 10 years. I suppose I can do a check if you want.

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jj February 23, 2013 at 6:20 pm

do you know any other good boxing websites like this one

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ALI September 12, 2012 at 4:46 am

Paypal is safe as a kitten, buddy. No worries….I’m ordering asap.

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j September 11, 2012 at 10:59 pm

will my account be available forever?

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Johnny N September 11, 2012 at 11:06 pm

Yes, available forever. I saw your order. Thank you, I appreciate your support!

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curtis carpenter September 12, 2012 at 2:04 am

Correct me if I am wrong is this a DVD? My birthday is coming up soon and I think this would be a wonderful thing to put on my Birthday list. Keep me informed if you would. Thank you.

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Johnny N September 12, 2012 at 8:08 am

It’s a digital download. Happy Birthday Curtis.

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ALI September 12, 2012 at 4:49 am

hey, can I advertise this on my site?

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Johnny N September 12, 2012 at 9:24 am

You are free to advertise anything of ExpertBoxing on your site. Thank you for sharing ExpertBoxing.

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John September 12, 2012 at 5:44 am

Is the workshop tape a download or are u sending a DVD if I purchase it.

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Johnny N September 12, 2012 at 8:07 am

It’s a download product so you’ll receive a link immediately after purchasing. No DVD is sent out. I’d love to offer that in the future. Currently, DVD’s are a lot of time and costs to create and ship out DVD’s and they’re as cheap send out internationally. I will consider making it an option (a much more costly option :/) if there is enough demand for it.

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Robby J September 12, 2012 at 9:44 am

John,

I must say your website has reignited my drive to dust off the gloves and train. As both an avid fan and practitioner of the sport I have grown to appreciate boxing as an art form. You’re site does an excellent job of creating the ultimate human weapon: mastered technique, positive mindset and dedication to hard work . The ingredients are a receipe for success in more than just boxing. Thank you for all your hard work. I am happy to support you in purchasing the web video.

Thank you,

Rob

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Johnny N September 13, 2012 at 8:58 am

Welcome back, Rob. Thank you for the support.

Johnny

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Uno Maas September 12, 2012 at 11:46 am

Hey Johnny! Just wanted to give a big thanks for turning this into a video! You may or may not recall, but I was disheartened that I couldn’t make your workshop, as I’m Minneapolis-based, and had inquired bout you taking it on the road. Absolutely the right call to get this into a video, save you tons of time/money. =] I’m stoked to get home and get this going, so that my sparring game can improve asap. Anyways, thanks for all your time and work for the site/video! Hope for the best.

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Johnny N September 13, 2012 at 8:59 am

You were definitely one of the people to convince me. I hope you enjoy it. Thank you.

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Steven September 12, 2012 at 11:59 am

Well first of all thanks…I been to a lot of gyms and through a lot of coaches….my main thing is boxing…but I also do mma…..so the whole finding the center and using the ground-gripping technique is helping.The punching technique helps too…and the breathing …everything you taught that day was very good helpful info…and I have to say I gained more power in my punches…thanks again :)

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Richard September 12, 2012 at 12:22 pm

In boxing, its all about technique. The workshop just blasted me with tons of information on improving my technical skill, well delivered, easy to understand, and Johnny is very helpful as he guides you step-by-step through the process. I learned great footwork drills for stability and balance there. Greatly recommended for anyone who wants to improve their balance and movement in the ring. Well worth it!!

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Jimmy September 12, 2012 at 12:34 pm

Thank you for the great workshop. I sparred my teammate today and I could see improvements in my agility and control throughout the fight thanks to your instruction. I used to throw punches and be off balance right after, but now I felt like I was in better control of my body and form. What you showed us was pretty useful.
Jimmy

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Carlos September 12, 2012 at 1:03 pm

Thank you Johnny for the great tips. You made the techniques nice and simple, easy to understand and execute when at the gym. I’ve re-analyzed how I throw punches and use my feet in the ring. I can definitely say that I learned a lot and I continue to see my skills improve ever since taking your workshop.

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ivan estrella September 12, 2012 at 1:05 pm

thanks johnny for a great workshop ive been to a couple and by far this is the best . I am for sure going to use a lot of the things u showed me to improve footwork and power .U were able to breakdown things step by step not anybody can teach like that im glad i went and hope u make other types of workshops i wud really like to go them :)

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Tony September 12, 2012 at 1:43 pm

Is this accessible to read with iPad?

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Johnny N September 12, 2012 at 2:04 pm

Yes, you can, Tony. They are in mp4 format.

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j September 12, 2012 at 9:26 pm

my agility just went up thank you johnny :), and i send my appreciations to your brother brian for sharing the knowledge with you to share with us :), what do you think about handball as a drill for boxing? it can improve cardio, reaction, timing, etc, may i get your opinion on adding handball as a personal drill?

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Johnny N September 13, 2012 at 9:00 am

J, that’s awesome. Improved agility in only a day is a pretty fast improvement! ;)

Handball would be a good exercise and reaction drill. I remember the Klitschkos playing table tennis to improve their reaction times.

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mehran September 12, 2012 at 11:03 pm

hey johnny , im very interested in purchasing the product ,, but unfortunately , i live iran and because of recent activities in here ,, there is no possibility for me to purchase it online .. is there another way ?

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Johnny N September 12, 2012 at 11:14 pm

Hmmm, would it be possible for you to send a money order?

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mehran September 12, 2012 at 11:04 pm

online buy and sell in iran is not possible ,,

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mehran September 13, 2012 at 1:01 am

eh ,, because of recent iran activities in nuclear science , all tha money tranfers are banned , i think

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mehran September 13, 2012 at 1:02 am

it was possible to transfer money from bank accounts , but now ,, i think its not :(

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Johnny N September 13, 2012 at 8:42 am

Would it be possible to print a money order from your bank and mail?

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Tony September 13, 2012 at 2:05 pm

Johnny, I have not received my order from yesterday. Thanks. Tony

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Johnny N September 13, 2012 at 2:08 pm

Hi Tony, can you please check your spam folder to make sure it’s not in there? I can resend you the login but I don’t want it to go to your spam. If you don’t see anything, please send me an email and I’ll forward the member access information right away.

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daniel September 13, 2012 at 8:47 pm

Can I use Moneybookers?

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Johnny N September 14, 2012 at 12:14 am

Sorry, Daniel. I only take Paypal right now.

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curtis carpenter September 14, 2012 at 4:55 am

What do you think about Ricky Hattons comeback?

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Johnny N September 17, 2012 at 9:20 am

I think he should stay retired because I doubt he can outdo what he did in his career previously. But if he’s doing it for the love of fighting or he needs money, well then I don’t blame him.

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Glenn September 15, 2012 at 6:48 am

Johnny, any plans for hosting a second boxing workshop? I regret not attending the first one. Would be awesome to plan a trip to southern California and attend your live session. (I am a one-year student and new boxing enthusiast.) Thanks,

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Johnny N September 17, 2012 at 9:53 am

Hi Glenn,
I am definitely considering doing one in the future. If you have any ideas for a future workshop, let me know.

Thanks.

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Spaniardguy September 15, 2012 at 5:19 pm

Thanks from Spain. Got! Three great videos to view with tranquility!!

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Johnny N September 17, 2012 at 9:53 am

Thank you! Let me know how you do.

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Gil September 18, 2012 at 11:29 am

Johnny..If I get this sent to my computer, could it be downloaded onto an IPOD or other Mp3 device?

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Johnny N September 18, 2012 at 11:32 am

The files are already in mp4 so you can definitely transfer it to an iPad. If you want to watch it on an Ipod, it’s recommended to convert it to a smaller sized mp4 file and then it will be fine. As for other mp3 players, it depends on whether or not they can play video files.

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Gil September 18, 2012 at 1:40 pm

Ok..Thanks, Johnny!

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Jeff McGregor September 24, 2012 at 5:17 am

I am 58years old and next week I’ll be defending my Australian Masters 55yrs plus Middleweight Title won at the 2011 Games. Thankyou I will put some of your workshop tips into action at the Adelaide Boxing Masters.
Jeff

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Nishan September 27, 2012 at 2:40 am

Hi Johnny,

First up I want to say how great the workshop seminar vids are, there’s so many great tips there, thanks for putting so many beneficial tips into one seminar. Got a few questions on the punching techniques though. Not really sure where else to post these questions to you so I put them here.

You know with the imploding vs exploding, why do you use an imploding spiral with the straight backhand, but with the hook and the uppercut, the technique described in the vids is much more along the lines of exploding, i.e coming out from a compact structure to an open one. Why is it different for the hooks and uppercuts? Especially since the hook is the most circular punch there is. Why do we use the wider, slower arc? Is it because the wider the arc the more power? But if that’s the case, why not use a wider arc for the straight right as well? I can see though how the techniques for the hook and uppercut you describe have a lot of power, I can really feel much more of my back getting into the punches. I’m just really geeky minded, so I like to understand the principles behind why certain mehanics work better than others.

Also, on weight transfer vs balance. In the movements you describe, such as your uppercuts. I can see that shifting your weight to the leg of your striking side really adds balance, but I was wondering about weight transfer. Even though we’re not consciously trying to shift weight from one leg to the other, is your weight actually being transferred into the punch anyway with this, or is it just using the muscles to create the momentum?

When I watch a lot of the top level boxers, I see a lot of them step before they punch, especially the old school boxers like Joe Louis and Sugar Ray Robinson. In fact I’ve even seen Ray leap a little of the canvas when delivering some left hooks. What I’d like to know is, is that step in beforehand something they use to generate momentum? Can you use it to start your momentum and then continue it with a grounded corckscrew motion that you’ve described in your articles? As for the drop step, got it working better with the tilted pelvis posture that you described. I love that tip, it realy centres your weight, allows your body to absorbs incoming force through your structure more, and in the drop step it really allows your weight to drop with your front leg. The trouble I had in the past was that when I attempted the drop step in the past, my hips were back and my pelvis was tilted so my butt was back, leaving mos of my weight on my back leg even when I drop stepped. But now with the hips forward, the backs traight and the pelvis tilted, I feel much more weight land on my front leg. Speaking of the drop step, I’ve looked for Dempseys using it in his clips, but the clips I’ve seen of him all have him using more whirling hooks into his opponents. The one champion I’ve seen where the drop step is obvious to me was Rocky Marciano. In fact I’ve seen a couple of huge hitters in the UFC use it too, most notably Dan Henderson (with his famed ‘H-bomb’).

There’s other forms of martial arts that utilise the drop step as well, it seems to me that it’s just a different way to generate power than a rooted spiral motion. Both can generate tremendous power. I have heard it said though, that the drop step is a better alternative for bare fisted punching, which is why the old timers utilised it (not to mention palm up or vertical fisted punching). But for modern boxing, due to the size and weight of the gloves, that a grounded spiral motion is a superior method of power generation due to the different mechanics involved. What’s your take on it?

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Johnny N September 27, 2012 at 7:20 am

Nishan!

Thank you for the feedback! There are some amazing questions. I respect your eye for detail. Answers:

- The hooks and uppercuts I demonstrate in the video are most certainly “imploding punches”. My BODY might appear as though it’s exploding but the energy is certainly imploding. Please refer to the exercise in the balance portion where I taught fighters how to “pop up” while stills ending their energy inwards.

- I used the wider arc only to help demonstrate what I’m doing. In reality, you can do it with a tight arc or a wide arc as long as you understand how power is generated (and the way it’s supposed to feel). Please refer to my video here on (Left Hook Technique: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LJPB9taIp7o). It may give you some more ideas behind the mechanics.

- The weight shift happens BEFORE the uppercuts, and it’s definitely a conscious movement. The actual movement of the weight shift itself however is not meant to add power to the punch. The weight shift merely puts you into position to dig for more power.

- The reason why my techniques feel so powerful is because they teach you how to put more of your body into the punch. Many people don’t realize how many muscles they leave out of the punch. I would say many of them use only half their muscles, and sadly, it’s because they were trained that way. And so I devised some tricks and tips and techniques to get people to incorporate more of their body into the punch. So when you go over the techniques, try to see what part of the body feels awkward or feels stressed and you’ll understand which muscles I’m trying to add into the punch. At the same time, I’m also removing the focus from certain muscles so you will see that certain muscles become underpowered which makes it tricky at first.

- Leaping punches are a tricky subject. Some guys leap for the element of surprise, not the element of power. However…if you leap downwards, it can ground you harder to return with a more powerful uppercut. The difference is like comparing yourself throwing a ball upwards at your opponent, vs bouncing it hard against the ground right in front of him. And yes, you can use a downward leap (even though it looks like you’re jumping upwards) to send you into an imploding punch. (Please refer to my video on How to Close Distance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_f7qJ6iAA0 and compare this to the footwork techniques I taught.)

- The falling step is actually basic boxing advice. You don’t have to look to old timers, every experienced amateur and pro uses it. Watch how olympic fighters jab and you will see the falling step every 2-3 seconds. The more skilled they are, the less they have to “drop” in order to get that power. Beginners require a lot of distance, often over a foot forwards. Advanced fighters only need to drop an inch or two to get that drop power.

- Imploding is the best way to get power. And all powerful punches typically need some kind of implosion. Now some punches, you implode while having both feet grounded stationary. But OTHER punches, you implode while releasing one foot so that your body (along with the foot) slides forward to bring you closer into range. So in actuality, the falling step is actually still an imploding punch except one foot is sliding forward. It’s not that the falling step is used more often than a stationary punch, it’s that sometimes you notice certain things more than others. It does make more sense though that a falling step is used often because it takes you into range. From a strictly power standpoint, staying perfectly grounded (without lifting or sliding either feet, keeping them grounded) is the most powerful.

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Johnny N October 24, 2012 at 2:17 am

Jeff, I’m curious to know how you did. Thank you!

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Jeff McGregor October 26, 2012 at 4:14 pm

Hi Johnny

Thankyou for your interest in how I went in the Australian Masters recently.

I won my division, 55yrs middleweight for the second year, 23pts to 13.

I started off slow but my strong punching told as the fight went on (thanks to your workshop tips).

My opponent Wayne had reach on me but I was able to back him onto the ropes and hook and uppercut.

Thanks for your Export Boxing knowledge and discussion on boxing technique, I enjoy reading and learning from them.

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Johnny N November 5, 2012 at 3:54 pm

This is awesome. I’m very happy for you, Jeff.

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j September 27, 2012 at 9:32 pm

will i be able to use similar muscles for power punching as i will for speed punching? but obviously the quicker flex for the speed

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j September 27, 2012 at 9:36 pm

or should i just see speed as explosive and power is implosive?

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Johnny N September 29, 2012 at 3:42 am

Very good question! Naturally fast guys use explosive speed. But explosive speed doesn’t have the power as IMPLOSIVE speed. Used correctly you cannot benefit from the maximum speed of explosive movement and the power from implosive movement. This comes with knowing how to use the right muscles for generating power and the right muscles for delivering power.

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Johnny N September 29, 2012 at 3:40 am

Definitely!

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Johnny N October 2, 2012 at 1:39 pm

Generally, no. Power comes from the biggest muscles in your body where as hand speed comes from the quickness of your arms.

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Nishan September 29, 2012 at 1:23 am

Thanks for the answers Johnny,

I finished watching the balance video, once again many great tips there, I especially love the moving with the feet instead of the legs concept. I can see how the pop up drill really pulls your body downwards (and in doing so, elastically loads your posterior chain) but what I meant by exploding instead of imploding was the upper body. In the power punching articles, you mention starting out with body and limbs wide in an open position and then drawing them in to a closed position. In the hooks shown, it looks the other way around, with the body starting off in a closed position and then opening up as the punch is thrown. The only thing I can think of as compacting, is the back muscles, which would be going from open to closed.

I like the leaping downward concept, I can see how it would load your legs for a powerful hook or uppercut. But I have seen Ray Robinson leap as well, as though loading from a crouch and then leaping. Have a look at the 2:31 mark of this Ray Robinson highlight to see it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VLWBVpL23k

I didn’t know that the falling step was used so regularly, I though most were just stepping in, thanks for that, I will look more closely now to spot it.

Nice instructional video on the left hook, the pec/shoulder lock was a big aha moment for me, I’ve always been hooking with my hook behind me instead of in front of me. Gonna use it and the elbow drive from now on.

Once again, cheers for the great vids :-)

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Johnny N September 29, 2012 at 3:39 am

Hi Nishan,

What I said in the articles was for teaching and displaying a concept. What I demo’ed in actual use appears different because the technique was modified to fit realistic conditions. I assure you 100% the hooks are in fact implosive. Do not be misguided by the appearance of my arms. My technique is far beyond what I explained in a simple guide. I can move my arms however I want as long as the power is still generated implosively. Just like you learned how to “pop up” while still grounding yourself… you can also learn how to “open up” while still imploding. The reason is tactical. The left hook is a shorter distance punch so it’s not a good idea to open up beforehand because it leaves you open. With the right hand, it’s ok because it’s not as likely that I will get attacked at the far side.

ALSO….I taught everyone how to “load” the punches beforehand in the workshop. That “loading” technique that I taught can be used to pre-open the punch for an implosion afterwards.

The ultimate explanation is that the arms can move however you need them to move as long as the power is generated implosively.

As for the hook Ray Robinson used, it’s nothing more than a lunging hook used to surprise an opponent that thinks he’s out of distance. Sure there’s a lot of power and the element of surprise but they are not the most powerful (because he’s jumping up instead of down). In Robinson’s example, the punch appeared to have great effect but you have to understand the guy was already weakened and on his way down. Joe Frazier knocked down Ali with the same kind of hook. There is no magic technique behind it. It’s as easy as it looks. Bend you knees and lunge forward (while straightening/springing your back) as you whip out a swinging hook. The punch is not a pivot (since you cannot ground and pivot in the air) so you rely on the swing of the arm or body to rotate you….or you can use a back spring for a more linear force generation.

Take some time and spend another week or two practicing the techniques using various angles. Try shifting your weight differently as well. Try to use “bad technique” and invent new ways to use the techniques I taught and then let me know how much more powerful you became. ;)

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Nishan September 29, 2012 at 8:46 pm

okay thanks Johnny, I think I understand now. So am I right in assuming that in the hook,, the shoulders and lats are both turning and imploding inwards towards the spine?

Makes sense about Ray’s leaping hook, probably just to cover distance, I can see how it’s not as powerful as a grounded punch. I will practice some more and see how my mechanics and power improve :-)

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Johnny N October 2, 2012 at 1:40 pm

Generally, YES. It’s a tip, not a rule. And a movement, not a position. It might not apply in all situations.

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Gary October 2, 2012 at 11:04 am

Hi Johnny,

I haven’t got to watch all of the workshop yet, but anything I have watched Iv found excellent and have put into practise right away!

I’m particularly focusing on the drills for keeping a straight back and transferring the weight to my hips instead of legs. I tried this out in sparring and felt much lighter on my feet. I also found taking shots to my guard was now much more comfortable and less troublesome thanks to your technique! At the moment, I do feel slightly more restricted from a head movement perspective, but I assume this is down to lack of practise with that particular method.

After I finish watching everything, Ill let you know!

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Jane S October 3, 2012 at 4:18 pm

Hi Johnny,

I really enjoyed the in-depth video on the falling step. I found the point on clamping the ground and moving with the inside of your foot to be the biggest golden nuggets, but I was pleased with the workshop all round. I had a big problem of jumping as I moved forward but when I made a habit of stepping with the correct part of my foot, my body moves downwards more naturally now. Very good stuff Johnny, I look forward to seeing what else you’ll have in store :)

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sean October 5, 2012 at 10:49 pm

How do i pay w/o paypal? buying as soon as i find out a safe way. If i send a check, can you send right away? Also, is it a flat 27.00?

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Johnny N October 6, 2012 at 12:00 pm

Hi Sean,

You are correct, the cost is a flat $27.00. I can take a money order if you can’t do Paypal. (I don’t take checks.) The product is digital–I can activate your account immediately after receiving your payment so you can download the videos. Contact me directly if this works for you.

Johnny

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jamie October 22, 2012 at 3:01 am

The advanced boxing workshops are amazing Johnny. Why was I never taught any of this when I was fighting? Well never too late. ha.

I only wish I knew all this when I was fighting. I had about 20 fights and floated round gyms as I knew there was more too the technical side than I knew. The main part about your plan it you can add it too your workout straight away and add to your shots. If im correct your type of hook is what Danny Garcia knocked out amir khan and the Mexican in his last fight last week.

I have a good number of stoppages before I knew this so your going to make me dangerous :-D

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Johnny N October 23, 2012 at 12:55 pm

Some people don’t know this and/or the ones that do know this don’t know how to teach it. I’m glad you enjoyed it. ;)

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jamie October 24, 2012 at 6:38 am

I’ve got to recommend Johnnys programme to everyone who wants to advance their boxing technical skills. I found I had some knowledge but this course gives you the keys so you can use what you may have effectively. The DVDs explain clearly what you need and johnny has replied to any queries I’ve had.

You can effectively bolt these principles on to what you have straight away. Johnny’s technique slots straight in on top of your own technique. As long as you know the principles you don’t have to do much repetition, just a few rounds of each shot.

Until you know this stuff you are intermediate technically , this will take you to advanced. I’ve trained and sparred with pros and not shown any of this by em. Although especially one of my mates uses this stuff even though he can’t explain how it worked and he was level of winning best fighter on amateur internationals.

Im just starting to get the new moves into combinations. Great stuff

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Don November 14, 2012 at 11:34 am

Great job on the detail of the videos and the books! Great value. Take care, Don.

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Charles November 14, 2012 at 3:41 pm

I thought this Advanced Boxing Workshop series was great! I bought it for my son. He struggles with his balance and learned many new concepts from the tips and drills shared in your video. His balance and footwork is already looking so much better inside the ring. Thank you.

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Greg November 30, 2012 at 12:28 pm

Johnny,

GREAT VIDEOS! I thought I knew how to punch (and I already have a great punch) but your techniques took me to the next level. You had so many approaches and methods that I had never heard of. Nobody out there teaches this, sells this, or even knows how to explain it like you do. A great video from a great teacher. Much respect to you.

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Ty December 3, 2012 at 4:57 pm

Johnny when i downloaded, i exited out of the site and let the download run. 2 of them were completed, but the other one failed. I went on to your site to redownload it but it told me it was a members only page. So now Im stuck and can’t get back on to the download page to get the final part. What should I do?

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Johnny N December 3, 2012 at 5:00 pm

Hi Ty,

Log into your email (the one you used to Paypal) and you’ll see an email with username/password for you to access the members area again. Sorry about the failed download. These are big files and the server gets overloaded at times.

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Ty December 3, 2012 at 5:40 pm

All i got was a subscription email is that it, or is it something else.

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Johnny N December 3, 2012 at 5:42 pm

There should be another one. Please check your spam folder to see if another one went in there.

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ty December 5, 2012 at 3:24 pm

So johnny I know what i need to get to the downloads page but how do I actually get to that page that showed the login boxes to go to my page of downloads

P.S can I view these on windows 8

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Johnny N December 5, 2012 at 3:28 pm

Hi Ty. Send me a direct email and I’ll re-send you your login information. You can definitely watch these videos on Windows 8.

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ty December 5, 2012 at 4:01 pm

what’s your email

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Johnny N December 5, 2012 at 4:02 pm

Go to the very bottom of my site and click the “Contact” link (it’s on the left side). I don’t paste it out because annoying spam bots scrape emails off the site and spam me.

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Nathaniel December 5, 2012 at 7:26 pm

I have viewed this workshop 2 times, and as an active amateur boxer, I must say Johnny is an excellent coach. I’m being trained by a 71 year old legendary boxing coach (Winston “Buddy” Shaw), who has been in the fight game since 1955, and MANY of the things he is teaching me, Johnny also teaches. He has done his homework, I highly recommend the Advanced Workshop. I am officially a student and fan. Apply the methods Johnny teaches, and your boxing skills will IMMEDIATELY improve. He is the truth.

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DL December 31, 2012 at 9:03 am

If I order this how much would it be in British pounds?

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Johnny N January 5, 2013 at 1:06 pm

I’m guessing around 16 to 17 pounds? I used a converter online and hopefully it’s accurate.

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Irina January 13, 2013 at 6:04 am

I’ve only gone through Day 1 Power punching video so far and loved all the lessons in it. I could definitely feel (and hear) the difference in the power of my punches after following your video. But I look forward to Day 2 Parts 1&2 videos! I am sure they will be very helpful as well!

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John January 13, 2013 at 6:13 am

Johnny, I have already learned a great deal.

I spar several time a wk. I have been able to utilize info. on power, straight away. The foot work is clear, but needs further practice. I will continue to study and practice/use material presented. I anticipate increased improvement.

I would be especially interested in future workshops… expansion of material, more detail, exercised/drills etc.

I study numerous training DVDs. Your approach is functional and unique.
I will send review for posting next wk.

Regards,
John M

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John January 14, 2013 at 4:46 pm

Hi Johnny, I think this review is more complete and accurate.
Regards,
John Mastro

This workshop is more that a series of punching combos. It is a structural approach to movement and body alignment that increases agility, speed and power. The material in this workshop is clearly presented and demonstrated.

The concepts are practical, straightforward and unique. I have numerous other teaching tapes where this information is referenced, but never covered w/such clarity and detail.

If you follow the material presented in this workshop and do the drills, you will be able to use this material to improve your stand up. With continued practice, it’s potential is limitless, and you can realize improvement in all aspects of your stand up game.

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tony February 23, 2013 at 11:03 am

I purchased the Advanced Boxing Workshop a few days back. I must say that you are an excellent instructor. I’ve purchased a lot of boxing training videos and watched a lot of instruction on youtube and your methods are by far the most detailed. Most instructors/trainers just explain what needs to be done but you also explain, how it should sound, how it should feel…you breakdown the movement into it’s components…you make it very easy to understand…I now understand things I’ve learned before in a different way…really great stuff.

The only negative I feel is that I really wish you had taped the first day of the workshop too. I’m hoping that you do another workshop so that you can tape the first day and provide us with a copy of that to fill in the gap of missing information. I’d also really love to attend a workshop so I hope you plan to do more. You provide so much information on your site that you could almost have an couple hour workshop for each of the articles you write…I’d attend them all.

The information on these videos was so good that I decided I’m going to go back and buy your Introduction program as well because I feel like there’s probably some nuggets in there that I may not know about.

I feel lucky to have found your site.

Thank you very much.

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Johnny N February 26, 2013 at 10:34 am

Hi Tony,

I hope you know the first day has the same material as the second day. And so with the complete footage from the second day, you will have all the material I taught. I provided the 2nd part from the first day to give people different angles or adjustments to learn from.

Unfortunately the person recording day one screwed up and missed the footwork portion. But since day two was recorded perfectly fine you won’t miss anything.

Thank you for the amazing feedback! I plan to go much further in-depth on both these subjects in the future.

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Oliver February 26, 2013 at 10:05 am

Hi Johnny!

I watched your expert boxing video carefully, especially the footwork part (which is often terribly neglected in any martial arts) and found it very interesting and helpful. I teach thai boxing and close quarters combat here in munich/germany but since my own boxing techniques sometimes need some inspiration and further input I was looking for something like your videos. Very excellent material!

Thanks a lot, kind regards, Oliver

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Brad MILTON March 16, 2013 at 3:45 am

Thanks for the Advanced Boxing Workshop. I now realise that I still have plenty to work on. Wish I had this tuition about 10 years ago – I’d be a much better boxer today. Cheers.

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vik March 28, 2013 at 11:21 am

hello mate,

id like to purchase one of your products but dont want to use paypal. is there any other way i can send you my details?

thanks,

vik

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Johnny N March 30, 2013 at 6:30 pm

Hi Vik,
You can send me a check or money order. But that will take a bit longer to process.

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MixedAbilityMartialArtist April 20, 2013 at 1:05 pm

Hi Johnny,

Firstly, thank you for the time and attention you’ve put into the info you share on the website. I was happy to pay the few dollars for the DVD in recognition of the website content alone.

Secondly, I’m finding these aspects particularly helpful at the moment:

1 – (website) skipping as if going down stairs – YES! Thank you! I know my fitness isn’t up to much in comparison to many of the guys I train with but I’ve really been making things difficult for myself by having sub-optimal images in my head about what I’m meant to be doing.

2 – (DVD) boxer’s bounce, again as if going down stairs, and using the smallest steps for speed – ditto – and very helpful to link the corresponding article on the website to a video of manny pacquiao

3 – (DVD & website) the slapping not pushing punch – Guilty! Having methods to work with, like the short sharp breaths, and the different image is very helpful

4 – (DVD) throwing the other elbow back when hooking – opening one’s self up, like drawing a bow (I’m so concerned about protecting myself that I’m always very closed, and I will very rarely open myself up like this in sparring, but by using it judiciously and rarely I hope I’ll make it a useful tool for myself)

5 – (DVD) the concept of imploding not exploding for power, energy conservation and grounding

6 – (DVD) the footwork exercises and drills – I’m working through these and can already see the benefits and usefulness.

Thanks again.

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Andrew Park April 20, 2013 at 5:49 pm

If you have some experience with boxing or striking, this video will definitely bring clarity and consistency to your punching power- the hook, the cross, the uppercut. Even if you are already a powerful puncher, these techniques and ideas will definitely give you a new edge.
If you are a new boxer, then you are lucky to learn how to punch correctly without developing bad habits. Johnny’s teaching is super detailed and technical.
The footwork drills are really revolutionary and different. This is not about skipping rope. After trying out the drills and concepts, I can immediately understand how the technique gives me more control and power, but I’m sure it’ll take a while to really develop the muscles that I never thought about trying to use. This video is totally worth it and I’m gona buy another one!

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Audrey April 24, 2013 at 4:05 am

For those who want to get serious in boxing, “Advanced footwork & punching power” is the right choice for improving. I found the footwork really useful: regardless of your level, you still need to master perfectly your foot placement otherwise you will be off balance, won’t be able to attack and defend yourself. Same for punching. The videos teach you well how to punch wisely without wasting too much energy. I used now these elements in my trainings at the boxing club and I can see the change and my confidence in boxing is much better. So all good!

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Gilles April 24, 2013 at 4:42 am

Everything from the website to the videos via the books are amasing. Heaps of tips an tricks. So many toolss and drill to practice in order to achieve your own goal. What is given is priceless. Congrat man, your job is awesome

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Jordan May 19, 2013 at 11:18 am

The videos are great! I look forward to incorporating everything into my training. I think these vids combined with what I’m learning at my gym is gonna make me dangerous!

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Alex the kid June 2, 2013 at 5:56 am

I’m seriously interested in buying your stuff. Especially the stuff mentioned at the very top about blocking without being pushed back and exploring the kinetics of jabs hooks and getting the most out for as little in as possible. My question is is it a DVD? If so does it work in the uk? And how much does it cost in pound sterling? ££££ :)

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Johnny N June 2, 2013 at 11:14 am

Hi Alex,

This is a digital download, so you’ll be able to download it anywhere in the world (immediately after purchase). I don’t know what the conversion to pounds would be but if you click the “BUY” button, maybe it can show you before you approve the purchase.

Johnny

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eric tay June 6, 2013 at 4:56 pm

Does it support and or can i view from sumsung note 2? Sorry if I ask stupid question.

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Johnny N June 12, 2013 at 5:50 pm

Yes, you can watch the videos from a Samsung Note 2…although you may have to download them from a PC first.

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John July 26, 2013 at 4:23 pm

Hey Johnny,

Your How to Box in 10 Days is a good basic course. Actually we also bought your advanced Boxing Workshop first and like it very much. And although advanced, it is one of the boxing vids I’m using to coach my son. We’ve both learned a lot from it, and a lot of it is original thinking.
Thank you for your generosity with the free vids on Youtube. You’ve taught many people many things, and that’s something to be very proud of.
I would like to see you do do future advanced products on footwork, setting angles and traps, and head movement.

Sincerely,
John

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Frédéric July 27, 2013 at 3:49 am

Hi Johnny,

It’s been a few days, indeed, but I’ve just had enough time to have a quick look at the video. The next week-end could be the opportunity to study it seriously. I’ve been focusing on a lot of your posts recently, so one thing after another ;-)

Before a feedback about the video I’ve purchased, I would like to thank you for all you’ve done on ExpertBoxing !
I discovered you website a few months ago when I was looking for boxing routines on heavy and double-end bags. I have those bags in my cellar, and I needed further tips to train properly.

And I found my “golden training tips mine”, ExpertBoxing !
I read your posts almost everyday and test your advices on my bags and training partners (I also train in a gym, in a mix of muay thai, self defense and pancrace). I wanted to improve my boxing skills and techniques, and thanks to you, I can do it with my computer, my bags and without leaving my favorite training partners (we are training together for about ten years).

I’m a primary school teacher so I don’t have 6 hours a day to train (I train 1.5 to 2 hours a day, 5 days a week), and you’ve helped me to gain a lot of time !!!

So, thanks again, and see you soon for the feedback :-)

Kind regards,
Fred.

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ali August 4, 2013 at 6:42 am

how much it cost to buy the advance boxing guide?

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Johnny N August 13, 2013 at 5:05 am

The cost is up above…it’s $34 for 4-5 hours of footage (showing material from 2 boxing workshops).

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ali August 4, 2013 at 6:45 am

my what do you advise a guy who is 24 years old and he want to be boxer and be professional ?
and how long it take with him to be in good condtion ?

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Johnny N August 13, 2013 at 5:06 am

I don’t know how long but if you’re serious, you should start soon. If you’re completely brand new, it will take you at least 4-5 years before you can think about going pro. Most people would need 10 years of training first.

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Bruce August 13, 2013 at 5:06 am

Thanks so much for making these videos available. You do such an amazing job of building these skills up quickly from all the important small details. It complements very well the style of my trainer who never really explains how to do anything but rather just corrects one mistake at a time until you’re doing things the right way.

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Siamak September 25, 2013 at 10:52 am

Hi Johnny,

thank you very much. I’m living in Germany/Frankfurt . Your videos are very usefull. your puchning advise is perfect, I mean with using the opposite arm to get use to rotate the upper body
Sorry about my english.

Please go on with your work and show more aboat strategies an tactics in fight/sparring.
I’ll order all of them… :)

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Gary October 18, 2013 at 6:32 pm

Hi Johnny

Loving it :-)

The info/drills are very different to what ive ever seen.

Was looking for a bit of help – in class(krav maga) we hold body pads for our opponent to kick punch. I struggled to really hold my base. I am 5.6 and 155lbs. 40 years. Been training in muay thai for one year and my fitness strength is well above average.

Many thanks
Gary

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Newton P October 23, 2013 at 11:31 am

Ok, I just bit the bullet and bought the advanced boxing workshop over the footwork one.

Mainly due to my thinking that it will be of more immediate use in the ring. It has a bit of footwork drills in it already.

The dancing is a bit abstract, but will probably buy it down the line.

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Johnny N October 23, 2013 at 11:35 am

No worries. It’ll be here whenever you’re ready for it. The important distinction to make is that you’re not buying “dance moves”, you’re buying “footwork drills”. The drills will improve your footwork for ANY type of movement. And it’s much more in detail than what you’ll find in this one which is only a 1-day seminar. Anyways, thank you for your support! I appreciate it very much.

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nelson junior October 26, 2013 at 12:23 am

Hi Johnny, i bought your seminar but i had a problem with download, my router sucks. So, i need to download again. What do i have to do, to reach the download page?

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Johnny N October 26, 2013 at 12:56 am

Hi Nelson,

Please check your spam folder for the login details. With this login, you’ll be able to access the members area and download the files again. Please send me a personal email if you need further help with this.

Johnny

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jas October 27, 2013 at 2:43 am

hi, i am trying to keep downloading as i purchased advanced boxing workshop but where do i find my account? thanks

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Johnny N October 27, 2013 at 12:18 pm

Hi Jas,

Please check your spam folder to see if the login details went into there. Inside the email is the information you need to log into the members area and download the videos. Please email me personally if you need further help with this.

Johnny

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Will October 27, 2013 at 8:22 pm

Hello Johnny,

Are going to be doing any workshops soon and what gym are you coaching out of?

Will

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Johnny N November 8, 2013 at 6:17 pm

Hi Will, I don’t have any plans to do any workshops soon. Maybe summer next year but no plans for anything right now. I coach a couple fighters out of a private gym.

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Enso November 15, 2013 at 5:35 pm

Hello Johnny
Thanks for your Advanced Boxing Workshop. I have learned a few moves on footwork from your instruction. I have had some previous boxing experience prior to learning Wing Chun Kung-fu now and our Sifu was also an amateur boxer so needless to say my school practices quite a lot of sparring as would-be western boxers. There was a lot of stuff in your A.B.workshop that I have had previous knowledge of ( pelvic tilt etc). However there is couple of good foot moves in your workshop which I have successfully applied in sparring.
Where can I get more of these foot manoeuvers from you ? I want MORE boxing footwork please. Overall though I love watching and reading your gen on boxing, It helps and you talk a lot of sense.

Best Regards
Enso Ghisoni

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La'Sonne Amos December 1, 2013 at 9:02 pm

Hey Johnny,I just decided to go for the Golden Gloves in my state at the end of March.I have the confidence to do it. Problem is I haven’t fought since 2009.What is a safe effective training regimen or do you have any advice?I was thinking of purchasing your advanced footwork but not really sure if thats a good place to start or not.

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Johnny N December 4, 2013 at 10:38 am

I would start with the “EASY Boxing Workout” I have on my website. The advanced footwork is just a little something extra for you. But you should definitely have a solid understanding of the basics before you look into that.

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joNG December 8, 2013 at 9:09 pm

This DVD is really really good, I thought i was an advanced level boxer, but i’m a total beginner again. The info is definintely advanced stuff, don’t worry at all about sucking eggs, almost everything was new to me in this DVD.

when i watch the dvd, i’m totally reminded constantly of pacquio’s fighting style and foot work.
This makes sense since Johnny N, did his foundations in a mexican gym.

THe dvd doens’t cover old school boxing though, the english stuff from the 1900s.
and there is hardly any overlap with the youtube videos, which i watch prodigiously.

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Ervin St Jean December 22, 2013 at 8:09 am

whats up Johnny, I learned a lot from your workshop. I just started boxing a few months ago and i feel like I’m already one step ahead of the game. I would like to see more hip and ankle drills related to boxing in your next video. Other than that I definitely learned a lot.0

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Justann December 27, 2013 at 1:22 am

I was wondering if you have a package available in which someone can buy all of your instructional videos together for a discounted price?
Thanks

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Johnny N December 27, 2013 at 5:00 pm

Hi Ann, I don’t have any package discount right now but it’s definitely something I plan to set up perhaps late next year.

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Jorge February 25, 2014 at 11:29 pm

Hey i was wondering if you had anything that can help me out i am verry stiff. Perhaps you could point me to a video you have of proper stretches or something that can aid me. Its hard to work on my footwork when i am stiff as a rock.
Thank you in advance
- Jorge

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Johnny N March 4, 2014 at 8:34 pm

You can look up yoga stretches on Youtube which would be very beneficial to you but I would also recommend to shadowbox, skip rope, and do slow sparring. Being stiff is very common with beginners.

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Kacper March 4, 2014 at 8:47 pm

Hi Johny im from Poland and im been boxing for three years had 15 fights won 14 . i also train 5 times a week and love your videos.
they helps me a lot because i can correct the little things like foot angle . i just watched the videos abount balance footwork and punching power :) So thats a great staff i enjoyed. sorry for my anglish i know isnt really good but hope u understand that. all i can say is fantastic staff it helps a lot :)) keep doing it;)

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Kevin March 7, 2014 at 7:06 pm

Hey Johnny I just finished watching the workshop videos and damn they’re awesome! Definitely like what you promised, I can feel an increase in my punching power just from practicing one or two stuffs in the vids and am looking forward for more increase as I do more of your drills! After I’m done with this, I’m also interested in purchasing the boxing footwork workshop, seeing how slick the way you move I’m expecting great things from it, too bad it’s a bit too pricey for my budget, I’m hoping for a member discount or something man, that would be really cool!

I’m also hoping that you’d release a new product focusing on head movement and overall defense, I’m really looking forward to improve all aspects of my boxing!

That’s all I got to say, I loved this product and it’s worth the purchase, thanks Johnny!

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Sean March 7, 2014 at 7:27 pm

Hello Johnny
You gave me a few ideas, thanks, but at 53 and with one lung it’s a bit too much for me. Don’t worry, I had cancer 34 years ago and am a very fit man for my age and disposition, I pride myself on being fitter than most. It’s been hard work but enjoyable.
I trained at a very good club when I was a lad (Lynn AC) in London. However cancer cut me down and robbed me of competitive fighting. Never mind, it wasn’t the end of the world. After fighting hard for a few years to regain my fitness I have managed to do thousands of rounds of sparring over the years, but I have to say to my sparring partners that I can’t take body shots as I’ve no lung behind my left ribs…!!! Haha
Anyway, I still work the bag, shadow box, slip bag head movement and footwork drills. I think you come out with some very valid points as does JTvanV.
I too have found over the years that heavy weight training compromised my boxing especially reaction and speed so I just stick to bodyweight. My old coach Sid always said if you haven’t mastered your own bodyweight then you have no right picking up a weight.
I also do a workout focusing on explosive movements but keep the reps low and rest periods longer as I feel the CNS gets worn out too quickly.
I try and do something every day if possible, even if it’s only for 10-15 minutes and I don’t go balls to the wall every time either.
When I get a spare bit of cash I’ll invest in your strength/conditioning package as I’m always keen to try sensible well thought out approaches to becoming a better athlete (even at my age :-))

All the best Johnny,

Sean

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Paul March 30, 2014 at 11:57 am

Me and my brother learned a lot and really enjoyed the workshops live. My shoulders were killing me after all the advanced punching drills. I really like how you showed the power being generated from within. Never thought of that before. Thanks again for hosting. Youre a great coach!

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Bas May 1, 2014 at 9:56 pm

Hi,

I was just thinking about what your workshop is doing for me when I saw your new article the other day.

Main reason for checking your workshop out is footwork. I started boxing a month ago and I found it hard to find my stance. It just didn’t feel right and I wasn’t able to change it. Your guidance in balance is very valuable. Not only have I understood the why behind the balance, I was able to apply the learnings with result. Now I feel comfortable in my stance. I feel a upper and lower body connection that Is making me feel more confident and in control.More grounded. From here I will work on your footwork drills but the balance is really my” first things first ” and build from there.

Looking forward to my growth in boxing and thanks for your great coaching video !

Greetings from Amsterdam , Holland
Sebastiaan

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Rico May 3, 2014 at 2:04 am

Hey Johnny, I tried your implosive punching during my last session on the heavy bag and I felt more power and I could hear that loud pop on the bag. I already have a pretty good snap on my punches, so that coupled with the implosive techniques I felt my punches penetrating the bag much more then before. I also felt soreness in the muscles in my legs. I previously never felt that from a heavy bag session. The craziest part of all, I was throwing these power shots much more effortlessly then ever before. Your techniques are simply dope. Just off of this experience I decided to purchase the advanced foot work and power punching. If you gave this info away for free, Im excited to see whats in your programs. Thanks for all the info and keep it up.

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drathmann July 8, 2014 at 9:26 am

I’m 46 years old and have been a fight fan since childhood and always wanted to participate . It’s the only sport I follow or enjoy, I began attending a local gym religiously about 3 months ago , I’ve changed my diet and have been working very hard in hopes of fighting in the masters in the next year hopefully. I have worked hard on basic footwork etc but the video has really made it click for me , very happy that I purchased it. Any advice you can give an old guy or help of any kind would be appreciated. I’m super determined and dedicated to doing this. Thanks for the videos.

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Andrew Wilson July 8, 2014 at 7:35 pm

Like the comment above mine, I’m an old dude too. 47. Awesome workshop. I am preparing for a fight and am able to get the better of many of the younger, more experienced guys at our boxing gym thanks to the footwork tips from the video. It was like a missing link for me. You’re a terrific teacher! It would be nice to be able to work with you some in person sometime.

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Craig turner July 14, 2014 at 1:13 pm

Hi bought footwork and punching power last week, but cannot log into my account as it says my email isn’t recognised?

Please advise

Thanks
Craig – England boxing UK

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Johnny N July 14, 2014 at 7:12 pm

Hi Craig,

I sent you an email just now.

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Chris August 13, 2014 at 10:32 pm

how do i purchase this? Could you delivery oversea???

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Johnny N August 14, 2014 at 8:10 pm

Hi Chris,

This is a digital download so you can purchase the course and download it to your computer from anywhere in the world. Nothing physical will be sent to you.

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Chris August 18, 2014 at 6:23 pm

Thank you for your reply.
So, If I pay by credit card online ,then I can download by my computer,right???

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Johnny N August 18, 2014 at 8:29 pm

Exactly, Chris. You can download it straight to your computer right after payment. You will receive an email with your member’s login. If you don’t see it right away, check your spam folder.

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