Hello all boxers! I'm considering learning to box, yet I still need to find a gym. Unfortunately, I have no insurance at the moment (I have been living in Austria for the past couple years). I need…Continue
"You can box for fitness. Hard boxing workouts are more physically demanding than almost any other sport. I've known guys who never stepped into a ring to compete, yet worked two hours, five days a week in the gym. Some light sparring, with head…"
"I believe the risk of brain damage is higher in boxing than it is in MMA, if you are worried about that particular issue. Maybe you should think about getting into MMA instead of boxing. I am trying to do MMA right now myself.
Also, it is kind of…"
"Im on page with this guy...I amateur boxed for a few years in my younger days. And started to train again about 4 years ago. I couldn't commit myself again to the rigors as I had too much going on in my life to take the extra time to stay…"
"Those 16-17 year olds youre mentioning, allready have skills it seems like, if `alot` is being expected from them. I disagree, and I tell you, it doesnt matter tha age, you can come and box for the first time when your`e 30 years old, and defenetly…"
"I'm a big fan of Dave Canterbury's Pathfinder school. He has many videos demonstrating gear, techniques, kits, and lots of other stuff.
Check out Bushcraft books by Ray Mears, Richard Graves, and Mors L. Kochanski.…"
"wilderness survival, a passion that started while involved w/ my son's boy scout troop that has progressed to (according to my wife) near obsession. Acquiring ideas and tricks from forums or fellow campies, I'll test them in the…"
"I write a fictional survival blog that includes survival and preparedness tips as well as a fairly entertaining (I've been told) story.
The setting is the Midwest, beginning in November of 2014, following a global economic crash.
No cost or…"
"It sounds like something good to do but i just don't have the power. I feel so weak, tired and i just work and when i come home i just walk around waiting for time to pass, waiting for the pain to go away but it never does. Everything reminds…"
"A corollary to what those articles are reporting is that Trump thrives on praise and doesn't consider consequences for other people.
He knows he will receive praise for being aggressive on foreign policy and using military action, even…"
"Again, those of us who voted for him, voted for this. His brand loyalty is as high as ever. And yet again, nearly everything in that article is my routine. You can be alarmed, I find it familiar.