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One of the longest living sports in world history is starting to fade in the public eye because of low demand and little to none boxing gym I understand that people are drawn away because lack of knowledge of where to practice or workout at I was the same too I was 14 years-old when I was introduced to boxing by my dad I thought it was a pointless violent sport and wasnt interested in it I soon grow love for the sport not because the content of it but the all the hard workouts and cardio training underneath the flash and thrilled of this sport I play when I was 16 years-old just for the experience and I remember a kid always complaining about boxing and said it was a dead-end sport that nobody watched I thought the same thing until I start traveling and realize it is still popular in a few cities like Philadelphia Baltimore and Detroit Boxing can be sum up as two people reacting to each other to land clean hits to the head or mid abdominal areas hits that land below the waist or neck area is consider foul play and will lead you to deduction of points or disqualification You can only use only your first through the match and hitting your opponent with your head elbow knee or feet will also lead to disqualification and ultimately get you band from any league There can be 3 to 12 timed rounds depending on the officials or league rules The gear is any kind of shorts boxing or practice shoes boxing gloves hand tape optional or mandatory in some league and mouth piece optional Most leagues must have a medical staff just in case someone received an injury Last boxing ring must be up to date not broken or missing parts I enjoy playing the sport because conditioning I gain from it and watching the
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