Boxers just do not have a powerful and strong body; they also have a very supple body that is flexible, agile, well co-ordinated and extremely well developed. It is not unusual to find boxers with well sculpted bodies, even if they have discontinued with their boxing workouts long time ago. This is made possible because the boxing workout is designed in such a way that the muscles are not only allowed to build up; they are also aimed at improving the strength, vitality and rejuvenation abilities of the muscles. The developing muscles are also primed for further development and are prevented from regressing back to their old slouchy selves. This is different from what body builders do – they subject the muscles to intense developmental activities with scant regard for muscle priming.
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Keep your spine supple by doing spine mobilizing exercises. A supple spine is able to absorb impact better than one that is never exercised. Spine mobilizing exercises encourage the release of synovial fluid, which acts as a nourishing lubricant to your joints and also protects the discs in your back.
Here are some really great boxing books I founded on amazon. All have great reviews and I’m familiar with most of them. Click the image to go to the books page on amazon –
Boxing’s Ten Commandments: Essential Training for the Sweet Science