The dominant boxing style with the advanced

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the dominant boxing style, with the advanced techniques and skills influence many neighboring countries. Technical preparation of boxers are very important skills than others in Russia, however these techniques are individualized by the physical skills and physiological aspect of the boxer, therefore physical preparation and physiological aspect of the boxer also play important role in Russian boxing style. In advanced level of Russian boxing, boxers alternate their boxing stances and apply different punching, movement and defense technique by shifting the distribution of bodyweights, the boxer uses balanced or bodyweight shift to lead leg or rear leg depending on the tactics and situations in bouts. Additionally, boxers use lead hand for feints and other preparation and main attack follow with one accented strong blow with rear hand or series of blows. (To learn more about Russian training systems see the Suggested Reading, “AIBA Coaches Manual”) Advanced Technique (EUROPE) Europe is a continent that consists of many countries and its boxing style has been influenced by countries like England, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Russia and others. Each country developed its own system of training camps, competitions, analysis, evaluations, control and monitoring of the sports trainings. However, after the World War II, these styles have been mixed and the coaches from each country added different elements from their knowledge and experiences, specifically aimed to improve individual boxer’s skills and preparations. European coaches work to develop the boxer’s technical and tactical skills based on the individual boxer’s physiological and physical skills as well as psychological preparation level. The boxer executes a series of short and dynamic punches with good leg movements and combinations of punches after their defense actions. (To learn more about European training systems see the Suggested Reading, “AIBA Coaches Manual”)
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Page 92 INDIVIDUALIZATION When a boxer enters into advanced/elite level, most coaches start to create an individualized training sessions for a boxer. Individualization of training allows boxer to overcome any strengths and weaknesses and to develop boxer’s individual abilities. Individualization training plan must be developed in yearly bases, modified and upgraded frequently, intensity and workload shall be based on the improvement of boxer’s level. Purpose of Individualization Training: Increase learning an understanding of the skills Improve general and specific physical, technical and tactical preparation Improve psychological preparation Increase level of preparation according to the competition calendar Steps To Develop The Individualized Training Plan: Phase 1 Analyze boxer’s strength Analyze boxer’s weakness Get to know the boxer more (spend more time and have more conversation) Know the boxer’s short-term and long-term goals Phase 2 Create an individualized training program together with a boxer
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