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    Thought you might find this article interesting.
    Very thought provoking.
    http://www.rossboxing.com/articles/article320.htm


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    Pretty interesting article... thanks for posting it.
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    Frank has been complimenting Kenpo with boxing for decades. Sheesh... I learned something the other day. Never underestimate Frank Trejo. He got down on the ground next to me the other day, and knocked out more crunches than I could. (And he's outta shape right now.) DAMN!


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    Excellent article,

    We learn much more when seeing from an alternate perspective.
    Thanks for letting me borrow the glasses
    What have I learned from this???

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    Were you at the tournament in Culver City on the 9th?

    I belive Mr. Trejo was there as a special guest.


    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Lear
    Frank has been complimenting Kenpo with boxing for decades. Sheesh... I learned something the other day. Never underestimate Frank Trejo. He got down on the ground next to me the other day, and knocked out more crunches than I could. (And he's outta shape right now.) DAMN!


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    Correct me if I am wrong, but doesn't Mr. Trejo have some boxing in his backgound?
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    John remind me to bring "boxing the American martial art" to class thursday for you. Had some interesting training and drills in it as well.
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    What kind of drills are there?

    Actually who is the author? I always like to learn new boxing drills.


    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter
    John remind me to bring "boxing the American martial art" to class thursday for you. Had some interesting training and drills in it as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asangria
    Were you at the tournament in Culver City on the 9th?

    I belive Mr. Trejo was there as a special guest.
    I was planning on being there, but didn't feel well the day of the tournament. I didn't even make it outta bed until about 11:30am that day. I wish I could have been there though. I have a lot of friends at Mr. Hawkins' studio due to the fact that I have trained there and under Mr. Trejo for a few years now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubljay
    Correct me if I am wrong, but doesn't Mr. Trejo have some boxing in his backgound?
    His grandfather started teaching him when he was seven.


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    Quote Originally Posted by asangria
    What kind of drills are there?

    Actually who is the author? I always like to learn new boxing drills.
    "Boxing The American Martial Art"

    R. Michael Onello

    It was put out by turtle press I bought it last year sometime so it should still be pretty easily available. It had combos, jab drills, workouts, training regime examples, ducking, covering, a lot of good stuff. Someone never having trained in boxing could get a good break down or idea of how and what they train. I thought this was a pretty good and thought out book.
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    Default Re: The Martial art of Boxing

    Yet another book to add to the list... Thanks Hunter
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    Thanks for the info

    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter
    "Boxing The American Martial Art"

    R. Michael Onello

    It was put out by turtle press I bought it last year sometime so it should still be pretty easily available. It had combos, jab drills, workouts, training regime examples, ducking, covering, a lot of good stuff. Someone never having trained in boxing could get a good break down or idea of how and what they train. I thought this was a pretty good and thought out book.

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