Professional Boxers In The Olympics

Danny Wilson discusses the eligibility of professional boxers to compete in the Olympic Games, how they would have to adapt and why they may not have the upper hand returning to compete in the amateur format. The amateur international boxing association (AIBA) have made the shock announcement that professional boxers will be allowed to compete in the Olympic Games for the first time. This …

Strength Exercises for Boxing: Deficit Split Squat

Danny Wilson shares a useful strength exercise that can help a boxer develop lower body strength, hip mobility and core stability.  Strength Exercises for Boxing is a new feature for Boxing Science. We will be providing, describing and analysing some really useful exercises that can liven up a training session or program. These will be mainly assistance exercises to add to the program, …

Increase the SNAP in Your Punch

Some people in boxing say that speed kills… but there are many boxers with fast hands that lack the knockout punch. This may be due to a lack of SNAP in the punch. Strength and Conditioning coach Danny Wilson explains and shares training methods that can help increase the ‘snap’ in the punch. Delivering Hard Punches Requires…. Developing large magnitudes …

WATCH: Pre-Competition Warm-Up for Boxing

  Watch Ryszard Lewicki use strength and conditioning practices for his warm-up before winning a Gold medal in the British University Championships.  Ryszard, and many others part of the Boxing Science program have started to integrate S&C warm-ups in their pre-competition routine. Mobility, speed and activation exercises can get improve blood flow and motor-unit recruitment in the working muscles. This …

Callum Beardow Is Back! Training Review

Elite Amateur and Boxing Science ambassador Callum Beardow makes his second comeback following a 3rd shoulder surgery.  In recent testing results, Callum improved his punching hand speed by 10%, and his strength by 13%. We share the training methods that have helped him become stronger than ever.  The Story So Far…. Callum first injured his shoulder in 2013, when he …

Gold Online Training Package Review

Over the past 10 weeks, Boxing Science has been providing sport science and nutritional support to a team 275 miles away.  Despite the long-distance, our program has still had a positive effect and produced some amazing results. In the video, Marc Kerr and Shannon Lawson review their online training program and testing with Boxing Science at Sheffield Hallam University. Fitter, …

WATCH: Kyle Yousaf Training Camp 2016

Flyweight Professional Kyle Yousaf is currently preparing for his 3rd fight whilst on the Boxing Science training program… and he is fitter, faster and stronger than ever. Danny Wilson shares some of the training methods that’s helped the Golden Kid achieve 16% improvement in lower body strength that’s transferred to a 12% increase in punching hand speed. Introduction to Olympic …

Accelerated Performance Series – Online Education

The Boxing Science team are proud to launch Accelerated Performance Series, our new FREE online learning program taking you on a journey to improve your knowledge and understanding so you can experience our world class training methods in your own gym. Our weekly newsletters will be jam-packed with world-class content, sharing our methods for conditioning, nutrition and psychology in boxing. The Accelerated Performance …

Warm-Up for Boxing

Danny Wilson explains the science behind an effective warm-up and shares 5 easy steps for you to achieve a more effective pre-fight preparation to fire up your performance.  Most successful Boxing performances are a result of great amounts of technical, tactical, physical and psychological preparation. This can start 12 weeks out, and finish when stepping into the ring. The final …

Training With A Purpose

Danny Wilson shares his training philosophy for physical preparation and why training with a purpose is so important. With 13 world champions at various weight categories, you could say that we are currently in British boxing’s most successful period. This has developed even more competition and more lucrative goals for boxers to work towards. To gain an advantage over domestic …