10 Best Boxing Training Videos

Updated on: October 2021

Best Boxing Training Videos in 2021


Kickboxing DVDs workout for women men 47 minutes - and Instructional kickbox Muay Thai video training 10 lessons 143 minutes - Cardio exercise - Way of The Warrior Step 1 Base technique - 2 in 1

Kickboxing DVDs workout for women men 47 minutes - and Instructional kickbox Muay Thai video training 10 lessons 143 minutes - Cardio exercise - Way of The Warrior Step 1 Base technique - 2 in 1
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Punching Bag Workout

Punching Bag Workout
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

Boxing Fundamentals

Boxing Fundamentals
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021

Circuit Burnout 90: 90 Day DVD Workout Program with 10+1 Exercise Videos + Training Calendar, Fitness Tracker &Training Guide and Nutrition Plan

Circuit Burnout 90: 90 Day DVD Workout Program with 10+1 Exercise Videos + Training Calendar, Fitness Tracker &Training Guide and Nutrition Plan
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Circuit Burnout 90 helps you lose weight and build long lean muscle with 10 challenging workouts on 10 DVDs
  • Join Dr. Monique St. Pierre for your 90 day transformation. You will burn fat, tone muscle and get in the best shape of your life with Circuit Burnout 90
  • Each of the 10 challenging, but easy-to-follow workouts demonstrate multiple levels for different abilities. The workouts keep the body guessing and increase metabolism to maximize results
  • Also includes a complete Training Guide, Nutrition Plan and Training Calendar
  • BONUS: Stretch DVD helps recovery and injury prevention

KHE Boxing 101 & 102, 2 Disk Set of Boxing Lessons, Training for Boxing or MMA

KHE Boxing 101 & 102, 2 Disk Set of Boxing Lessons, Training for Boxing or MMA
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021

BoxxHIIT30 Full Body

BoxxHIIT30 Full Body
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021

YMX BOXING Ultimate Reflex Ball Set - 4 React Reflex Ball Plus 2 Adjustable Headband, Great for Reflex, Timing, Accuracy, Focus and Hand Eye Coordination Training of Boxing, MMA and Krav Mega

YMX BOXING Ultimate Reflex Ball Set - 4 React Reflex Ball Plus 2 Adjustable Headband, Great for Reflex, Timing, Accuracy, Focus and Hand Eye Coordination Training of Boxing, MMA and Krav Mega
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • UPGRADED VERSION - Based on the valuable feedback from customers, we improved the product and now we are proud to introduce YMX BOXING V2.0 Reflex Ball to you. The new version contains 2 comfortable headbands and 2 Primary training balls that allows 2 person compete each other, and provides 2 higher level balls for advanced training
  • FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY - Kids age 8+ and elders age up to 70+ are enjoying this competitive fun game, everyone are trying to beat each other by counting more consecutive punches
  • GREAT WORKOUT WITHOUT NOTICING - Reflex Balls are the new yo-yo for people that enjoy fun activities while getting exercise on the side! The fun factor and mellow learning curve are surprisingly addictive, the time fly by and you don’t realize how much you’ve been training
  • THE BEST WAY TO IMPROVE REACTION TIME & HAND-EYE COORDINATION! – It might not going to improve your punching or boxing technique, but it will definitely improve your reaction time and hand-eye coordination while providing a fun warm-up exercise
  • EASY AND SAFE TO USE - We specifically designed 4 balls and the PRIMARY one is a very basic level for beginners easy to get the hang of, it doesn’t require boxing gloves as the balls are very light and soft and does not hurt even if it hit in the face

Beachbody Insanity Fast and Furious DVD Workout

Beachbody Insanity Fast and Furious DVD Workout
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Fast and Furious is one of the latest INSANITY workouts from Shaun T
  • Get maximum results in just 20 minutes with INSANITY Fast and Furious
  • Consists of effective max interval training
  • Short on time? Fast and Furious is a must have workout to add to your INSANITY routine and is also perfect on its own

TEKXYZ Reflex Ball Upgraded Set - Comfortable Headband with 3 React Reflex Balls, Great for Reflex, Timing, Accuracy, Focus and Hand-Eye Coordination Training for Kids, Adults, Men, and Women

TEKXYZ Reflex Ball Upgraded Set - Comfortable Headband with 3 React Reflex Balls, Great for Reflex, Timing, Accuracy, Focus and Hand-Eye Coordination Training for Kids, Adults, Men, and Women
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • UPGRADED VERSION - This new version features a tangle-free cord design and adds a green BOXERS ball in the product series to increase the intensity of punching feeling
  • THE BEST WAY TO GET YOUR KIDS OFF VIDEO GAMES AND KEEP ACTIVE - “My son has been practicing using it. I am hoping to divert energy he puts into Fortnite. Last night without prompting, he marched into my room and said, "watch this Mom!" - Tara
  • FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY - Kids age 8+ and elders age up to 70+ are enjoying this competitive fun game, everyone is trying to beat each other by counting more consecutive punches
  • GREAT WORKOUT WITHOUT NOTICING - Reflex Balls are the new yo-yo for people that enjoy fun activities while getting exercise on the side! The fun factor and mellow learning curve are surprisingly addictive, the time fly by and you don’t realize how much you’ve been training
  • EASY AND SAFE TO USE - We specifically designed 3 balls and the NOVICES one is a very basic level for beginners easy to get the hang of, it doesn’t require boxing gloves or hand wraps as the balls are very light and soft and do not hurt even if it hit in your face

XCELER8 Athletics DYNAMX Trainer Speed and Agility Training Resistance Bands for All Sports | Includes Ankle Straps | Training Videos | Fast Sprinting, Explosive, Agile, Strength, Endurance

XCELER8 Athletics DYNAMX Trainer Speed and Agility Training Resistance Bands for All Sports | Includes Ankle Straps | Training Videos | Fast Sprinting, Explosive, Agile, Strength, Endurance
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • OPTIMIZE SPEED: Incorporate our durable Velcro straps and running resistance bands during sport-specific or general training to increase reactive muscle strength and overall lower body mobility, allowing you to stride faster and farther for better acceleration and top-end speed.
  • INCREASE POWER AND ENDURANCE: 4 resistance levels per pair (20-80 lb.) and optimized resistance band length improve your explosive training, for better quickness, vertical jumping, cutting, leaping, lateral explosiveness, and kicking with less fatigue.
  • ULTIMATE AGILITY: As you train to mimic sports movements, use added ankle resistance to increase muscle reaction, core workload, and lower body stability to improve fast stops, rapid changes in direction, and acceleration.
  • EASY & EFFECTIVE: With your vented carrying bag, take your compact kit anywhere. Secure your dual stitched straps and attach the resistance bands, with 100% iron clips, and you’re ready to train on the court, field or gym. Our premium bands can remain attached, or easily clipped to the thigh straps’ sides between different workouts.
  • ONLINE VIDEOS & DIGITAL GUIDE | LIFETIME WARRANTY | LOWER BODY USE: Use our online PEAK PERFORMANCE exercise/drills or digital guide to jump-start your training. All parts are covered by a Lifetime Warranty (message us anytime). Please Note: These are bands connect knee to knee and ankle to ankle, not for use with the upper body.

Worst Tragedies in Boxing History

A brief summary of the most brutal deaths in boxing through history. Includes links to the actual boxing videos.

Marco Nazareth loved boxing, "he was passionate about it and he wanted to be one of the top fighters in the world" on his own father's words; but Nazareth was just a boxer with a record of 4 wins (3 Kos) and 3 loses; while Omar Chavez's record is 17 straight wins and no loses. Seems like is too late now but some people are now questioning this fight. You can watch highlights of the fight here.

Marco Nazareth is not the first fighter to lose his life on the ring, or after a boxing match. He's now another statistic in boxing fatalities that according to several unconfirmed statistics, there are 10.6 fatalities in boxing each year, which is actually a lot of deaths for a sport so popular, most of them in Hispanic and Asian countries.

This article is going to take a look back at some of the most renowned and brutal fatalities in this sport:

Max Baer vs. Frankie Campbell:

Frankie Campbell whose real name was Francisco Camilli was born in 1904. His professional record included 40 fights, 33 wins (26 Kos), 4 loses, 2 draws and 1 no contest. His final fight was held in San Francisco California on August 25th 1930. He lost his life against the infamous Max Baer, portrayed as a vicious killer in the movie Cinderella Man.

They said that Campbell knocked down Baer in the 2nd round, and this, enraged Baer bringing Campbell to an end. While other people talk about Baer losing the 3rd and 4th round in a row, and in the 5th round he couldn't take it anymore and became enrage because Tillie "Kid" Herman -former friend and trainer of Baer who switched corners overnight - was taunting and jeering Baer. I personally believe the second version. Campbell's brain was knocked off loose from his skull and was pronounced dead the next day.
Baer was charged with manslaughter but later was acquitted of all charges. He would give entire earnings to Campbell's family from succeeding bouts.

Johnny Owen vs. Lupe Pintor:

Johnny Owen was born John Richard Owens in Wales in 1956 and was known as "The Matchstick Man" for his frail looking body. He turned professional in 1976 and claimed his first big international test against Paul Ferreri for the vacant Bantamweight Championship of the Commonwealth. He delivered one of the best performances of his entire career and won the first Bantamweight Championship of the Commonwealth for Wales.

He fought against Mexican slugger Lupe Pintor in L.A. on September 19, 1980. In the 9th round Owen kissed the ring for the first time in his career and by the 12th round he was knocked down and never regained consciousness in a fight he was winning before the 9th round started. He died weeks later on November 4th 1980.
Lupe Pintor unveiled a memorial statue for Owen, 20 years later in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales.

Duk Koo Kim vs. Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini:

Kim was born in South Korea in 1959. His record includes 20 professional fights, 17 wins (8 by KO), 2 loses and 1 draw. Kim became a professional boxer in 1978. Kim challenged Italian-American boxer Ray Mancini's title and the match was set in Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas on November 13th 1982.

Mancini and Koo Kim gave a nice demonstration. Experts believed Mancini was having an easy time punching Kim during the 14 rounds the fight lasted, while others say Mancini was considering to quit.

At the beginning of the 14th round Kim looked tired and Mancini landed a hard right hand on Kim who went into the ropes and hitting the canvas really hard. Kim collapsed after the fight slipping into a coma and died four days later.
This fight became famous for the aftermath: Kim's mom and the referee Richard Green committed suicide months after Kim's death. It's also said that this fight changed boxing rules and posterior fights went from 15 rounds to just 12.

Alberto Dávila vs Francisco "Kiko" Bejines:

"Kiko" Bejines was born in Guadalajara, Mexico in 1963. Ironically, these boxers were fighting for the vacant title left by Lupe Pintor. They fought in the exact same auditorium in L.A. on September 1st, 1983.
Bejines was winning the cards in this fight, and Mexican-American Alberto Davila knew his last chance was to win by knock-out on the last round. Bejines was tired by the 12th round, and Davila, reinforced by his championship wish, threw punch after punch on Bejines until he landed a solid right hand punch to Bejines' chin who fell to the floor, in the process he struck his head against one of the ring's bottom ropes.

He was airlifted to the hospital but never regained consciousness and died four days later by "massive cerebral contusions". He became the 341st fighter recorded to die from injuries sustained in a bout.

Conclusion:

With roughly 11 deaths per year, it's hard to mention each and every one of them, this is a brief compilation of matches showing us how dangerous is to become a boxer and some interesting facts.

While all of these deaths are far away in the past, this problem continues despite the efforts from boxing commissions to eradicate it. Recent deaths like Marco Nazareth, 24, Benjamin Flores, 24, Masatate Tsuji, 30, are now just statistics for the current year. Hungarian Andras Nagy, 23 died from brain damage caused during training, so even training could be dangerous for this sport.

One thing I found out while writing this article is that most boxers have similarities since they are coming from humble families looking for a chance to become successful and turn into the main support their families need.
Truth to be told is that no matter what, this sport will continue, and these fighters will only become one more statistic in the wide history of boxing fatalities.

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