Ice bags no swell vaseline and swabs are permissible

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Ice bags, No-Swell, Vaseline and Swabs are permissible. Prohibited Activities Seconds will not be permitted to shout, to clap to the Boxer and/or the Referee, to encourage or incite spectators by words or signs during the progress of a round. Seconds will not be allowed to touch the ring during the Bout, or disturb the competition. Seconds’ seating area must be 3 feet away from the ring corner within 6 feet squared. Seconds will not be permitted to walk off Second’s designated area as a protest for disagreed actions against the Referee. Seconds will not be permitted to act in an unsportsmanlike manner The use of any communication device will not be permitted in the FOP
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Page 3 SKILLS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Skills In order to effectively communicate with boxers and all other people involved in the training process, communication skills are necessary. In order to effectively transfer the knowledge and help the understanding of boxer, teaching skills are necessary. Teaching skills include demonstration, explanation, and leadership skills. In order to effectively plan and conduct the training, prepare boxers for the competition, organization skills are necessary. Responsibilities The first and most important duty of the coach is the safety of the boxer. The coach must ensure the boxer is healthy at all times. Must provide a safe environment to the boxer for training, competitions, travel, and other boxing related activities. Appropriate teaching approach must be applied in a non-abusive way. Not all boxers have the same learning capacity. Plan and prepare training programs prior to the training sessions. Competition schedule shall be considered during the planning. Communicate with boxers and all others who are involved. Evaluate the training program, boxer’s progress, and boxer’s performance during the competition. Must know and follow the USA Boxing Competition Rules and Regulations, and obey the Code of Conduct. COACHING STYLES Authoritarian Style Coach makes all the decisions related to the training and all other aspects in boxing. The boxer is expected to follow the command, listen, and comply. This allows boxers to be greatly disciplined and structured. However, this coaching style can also prevent the boxer from developing his/her own thinking skills. Co-Operative Style Coach makes decisions based on the suggestions and opinions from the boxer. The boxer has an input on training process and all other aspects in boxing. This allows coaches to build an excellent relationship with the boxer. However, this style requires coach to be highly knowledgeable and experienced to work effectively. Casual Coaching Coach has a small input on the training and other aspects of boxing. Boxers are allowed to run his/her own training program with their pace and condition. This allows boxers to enjoy their training and helps to develop thinking skills. However, this style may slower boxer’s development in technical and physical aspects of boxing.
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