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The life of a boxer is tough. A boxer has to be inherently tough as nails, and be ready to take the highs and lows of the profession. Many of us love the boxing profession. We would have imagined getting in the ring, and coming face to face with our opponent. The love for boxing and becoming a boxer are different.
Boxers become boxers due to various factors. Firstly, they are deeply passionate of the sport. Secondly, they find it a medium of self expression. And thirdly, they are willing to go to any length to achieve their dreams.If you want to get started off as an amateur boxer, you need to get membership of a boxing club. You will train for a year at the club. You will understand the techniques involved in boxing as you train under the expert guidance of professional boxing trainers.
Boxing is a sport. It does require aggression and physical strength. You have to learn boxing if you love it as a sport, and not as something that you can do it for violence. Learning boxing does not guarantee that you can beat up anyone. Boxing is restricted only to using hands. Therefore it is really not a type of combat sport like mixed martial arts. It’s just a sport, that’s it.
After a year of training as an amateur boxer, you will be pitted against similar boxers of your weight and level. Over here you will learn how to compete. The more you compete, the better you become. Boxing requires technique, concentration, and a strong heart. You should back yourself with regular practice.