Boxing

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Boxing- Kind of Sport

Section I: History of Boxing and Women’s Boxing Boxing has been popular since the Ancient Greek times. Boxing dates way back to 688 B.C. It was a very popular sport for the gods and the people that praised them. Back in the Greek days, boxing was used as entertainment for the gods. People that praised […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2057 Topics: boxing, concussion, hobbies, public health, Risk

A Little about Boxing, Boxers and Fans

“In this corner standing at 260 pounds, George Foreman!” You’ve heard something like this at a boxing match, right? Boxing is a high- octane sport with heavy preparation, a rich history and pulls in loads of fans and players alike! Did you know that boxing originates from Ancient Greece on 688 B.C? The Greeks thought […]

Pages: 1 Words: 439 Topics: boxing, greece, leisure, skill, training
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Muhammad Ali (boxing)

Who is Muhammad Ali? Muhammad Ali is a famous boxer who was given that nickname by his mentor/trainer. His real name is Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. Muhammad was a social activist he helped many people with problems such as diseases, was titled “The greatest” from many people who would seem him for having the title […]

Pages: 2 Words: 737 Topics: boxing, conflict resolution, muhammad ali, prison, social status

Can a Personal Trainer Help you Learn Boxing?

The world of fitness and sports is very physically taxing to say the least! Learning a physical fighting sport, such as boxing, even more so! Indeed, the kind of discipline and vigor required to learn the art of boxing is going be off putting for most beginners. However, if you are someone serious about making […]

Pages: 3 Words: 1033 Topics: behaviorism, boxing, educational psychology, human nature, Motivation

How Dangerous Boxing?

Imagine you are in a boxing ring getting ready for the biggest fight of your life. Your body starts to tremble due to your nervousness of the thousands of people watching you. Your adrenaline starts to kick in, in order to lower your stress level. Two minutes later, you are face to face with your […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1168 Topics: boxing, concussion, health, pain, sports injury

Title of “The Greatest” : Muhammad Ali (boxing)

Many have claimed the title of “The Greatest” over the years, but only one has shown us what it is truly like to be the greatest to ever do it. Cassius Clay Jr. or better known as ‘Muhammad Ali’ was born in Louisville, KY on January 17, 1942. Ali’s boxing career lasted twenty-one years and […]

Pages: 3 Words: 969 Topics: boxing, career, freedom of religion, muhammad ali, prison

The Danger of Boxing

Introduction Boxing was found back in 697B.C in Germany. When it was first on TV people didn’t like it much and was commented as the worst TV show. But as the years went on more people started to get interested in the sport, and the kids wanted to become like their favorite boxer. And soon […]

Pages: 3 Words: 834 Topics: boxing, Death, Health Care, muhammad ali, sports injury

Boxing should be Allowed in High Schools

“It’s less about the physical training, in the end, than it is about the mental preparation.” – Jimmy Smits    When someone says the word boxing, what is the first thing that comes to your mind? People often think that boxing is nothing but throwing fists at each other with high probability to cause bodily […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1055 Topics: adolescence, boxing, education, human nature, training

The Boxing Day Tsunami

December 26, 2004 a tragedy happened in Thailand that will never be forgotten. At about 8:00 o’clock in the morning when a 9.1 earthquake happened. For about 7 hours waves were building up and traveling to the costal area and hit the island Phuket. Most locals and tourist didn’t have a tsunami come to mind.  […]

Pages: 2 Words: 461 Topics: boxing, geology, Nature, thailand, tsunami

The Impact of Boxing on our Lives

Boxing is a sport that has many positive effects on a person’s life. Banning boxing from the U.S will lead to more violence and bullying among teenagers and in some way more people will experience poverty due to boxing being a solution for stress and anger. ”Without boxing, because of my neighborhoods, who knows what […]

Pages: 1 Words: 419 Topics: boxing, Influence, Risk, social institutions, sports injury