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Development of a Peek-A-Boo Boxer with examples by Mike Tyson:

Part I: Evasive Moves

A. Side bends Part Ia ; B. Bob & weave Part Ib ; C. Roll under Part Ic ; D. Slide leap & 180-turn Part Id

Part II: General physical conditioning of young and prime Mike Tyson

Parts III-IV: WIP

Part V: Shadow & Mirror Boxing

Notes on shadow boxing with examples by Mike Tyson Part V

Part VI: Slip & Counters

Part VIa: WIP

Part VIb: WIP

Side-bends coupled with uppercuts or hook Part VIc

Part VId-VIxxx, VIII, IX: WIP

Part VII: Defense & Movements

Sliping & moving Part VII

Part X: Combinations

#001: jab – right hand feint – left uppercut with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xa

#002: jab – right hand body – left hook with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xb

#003: jab – right uppercut – left hook with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xc

#004: right hook to the body – right uppercut to the head with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xd

#005: (leaping / pivot) left hook- right uppercut to the head / body with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xe

#006: flurries of shovel hooks (uppercuts) and body hooks with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xf

#007: jab – straight right hand – left hook with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xg

#008: jab to the midsection – right cross – (left hook) with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xh

#009: 3 – 4 punches after left slip with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xi

#010: jab – left uppercut – left hook with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xj

#011: jab to the body – left hook to the head of body with examples by Mike Tyson Part Xk

Parts XI, XII: WIP


How to rock like Mike Tyson and Elements of Peekaboo

What is the peek-a-boo actually? part I

Stance & general evasive moves, the jab: part II

Aggressive counter punching and head movements: part III

Defense against an uppercut in the peek-a-boo as an introduction to the attacking arsenal of Mike Tyson: part IV

Mike Tyson’s punching principles:

  • shovel hook and uppercut: part V
  • outside hook and flurry of uppercuts: part VIa
  • parts VIb,VIIa, VIIb in preparation

Introduction to the centerline theory and basic strategy: part VIII

Infighing and advanced peekaboo drills: (part XXX in preparation)

Elements of long range strategy: (part X in preparation)

Some patterns in Mike Tyson’s fighting style in amatuers: (part XII in preparation)

All relevant References on Mike Tyson’s training and fighting, and the Peek-a-boo style by Cus D’Amato in one place.


Special Boxing Exercises

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Conditioning

Basic Ab Workout for Ripped Abs


Old Articles on Various Boxing Techniques

Fundamentals

First Combination

Side Steps

Rocki Marciano Phantom Overhead


Punching Technique

Dynamite in Fists or All Four Ways to Set the Body-Weight in Motion for Punching

Jack Dempsey’s Guide to Explosive Straight Punching

Shadow Boxing: Snap in General

The Left Hook : Filling the Gap with Sugar Ray Leonard Masterclass


Strategy

The Art of Deception: Part I


Shadow Boxing

Shadow Boxing: How to Punch?


General and Motivations

The Only Way to Learn Anything (Including Boxing) & Purpose of this Website

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