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 Post subject: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 12:22 am 
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1. Hire a conditioning coach.
2. Send the Villamor brothers to Wild Card gym for better knowledge, let them witness how Freddie Roach adjust his style during fight night.
3. Teach your boxers how to be tough.
4. Don't feed your boxers with pattsies, so they may know their true potentials.
5. Please listen or else Ahas Nietes will suffer the same fate (lack of stamina).

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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 12:24 am 
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no rubbing specially the legs


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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 12:32 am 
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rikroi wrote:
1. Hire a conditioning coach.
2. Send the Villamor brothers to Wild Card gym for better knowledge, let them witness how Freddie Roach adjust his style during fight night.
3. Teach your boxers how to be tough.
4. Don't feed your boxers with pattsies, so they may know their true potentials.
5. Please listen or else Ahas Nietes will suffer the same fate (lack of stamina).

Thanks


1. I don't know but they do probably have one.... it's just seems like he's/she's noob.

2. They did actually when their fighters where training in the US. It's just that they did not learn anything, because they are so much attached to their styles... which were their styles too when they were still active boxers.

3. ALA fighters are though... they are just confused when faced with unorthodoxed fighters with great tactics and trainers. They don't know what to do.

4. AJ was not fed with patsies... he's just 19 but fought B+ class fighters.... some probably could be A- fighters.

5. Let's see.... with 3 world class fighters failing to win at world title fights, I think they will be smart enough to go to the drawing board and analyze the things that cost their fighters those fights.


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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 12:44 am 
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rikroi wrote:
1. Hire a conditioning coach.
2. Send the Villamor brothers to Wild Card gym for better knowledge, let them witness how Freddie Roach adjust his style during fight night.
3. Teach your boxers how to be tough.
4. Don't feed your boxers with pattsies, so they may know their true potentials.
5. Please listen or else Ahas Nietes will suffer the same fate (lack of stamina).

Thanks


Simply Ala should do is to hire a new Coach.


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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 12:57 am 
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hire a more technical trainer rather than a fundamental trainer.


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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 5:34 pm 
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the problem is the ALA team not hteir boxers...


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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 5:39 pm 
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leathaface35 wrote:
no rubbing specially the legs
It makes you tired.

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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 5:46 pm 
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leathaface35 wrote:
no rubbing specially the legs


yup it made a tired morales even more tired.

kung pagod ka at minasahe kamay at paa mo diba di ka na gusto gumalaw, gusto mo nang mag relax at matulog.

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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 5:50 pm 
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Ala should ask MP what his secret about his tough body. Remember he was knocked out before on body punches, since then he develop his body like a metal armor.


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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 7:20 pm 
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just like what martial arts do to strengthen their shin and ignore the pain on that weak part, they roll those baton sticks. and to test if their shin is already strong enough, they break a baseball bat by kicking it hitting the shin part.

in boxing to strengthen the abs, manny has shown it, those not so hard not light tapping of the sticks to his abs and sides are meant for that to strengthen them. the thing he does where he sorts of grins, is practice for taking a punch, i'm not sure which one is right breathe in or out while taking a punch.
traditional stomach curls are also used to strengthen the body.

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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 8:07 pm 
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Quite frankly, This I want to say. Stop believing that your a top class boxers(ALA) unless you have won a legitimate world title. Just because your better than other filipino boxers does not mean your world class. Yes your training is excellent but its not sufficient. By distancing yourselves with Manny Pacquiao, because you believe your training is perfect and Manny does not have a style at all, is all bull. Manny is already there at the top, whether you like it or not. Manny got phenomenal natural talent. Ala fighters have to train hard to be good fighters. Maybe its Karma. Well thats my opinion. Be open to suggestions.


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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 8:17 pm 
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no.1fan wrote:
Quite frankly, This I want to say. Stop believing that your a top class boxers(ALA) unless you have won a legitimate world title. Just because your better than other filipino boxers does not mean your world class. Yes your training is excellent but its not sufficient. By distancing yourselves with Manny Pacquiao, because you believe your training is perfect and Manny does not have a style at all, is all bull. Manny is already there at the top, whether you like it or not. Manny got phenomenal natural talent. Ala fighters have to train hard to be good fighters. Maybe its Karma. Well thats my opinion. Be open to suggestions.
Did they distance themselves to Pac??????????

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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 8:19 pm 
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the problem is the ALA team not hteir boxers...


it could be the other way around!


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 Post subject: Re: Tips for ALA
PostPosted: Sun Jul 27, 2008 9:51 pm 
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I don't think they are not listening to the consensus of many of us Paclander forumers and other spectators who are not forumers, that there really is something lacking in the way they train their boxers especially for Stamina. They should have fixed that after Gorres' fight vs Montiel but it still it reoccured on his fight vs Darchinyan, not even a minute improvement on his stamina showed.
We all know they are better on doing these things than us because that is their work, but all of us do have eyes and brains to see the situation is dire. For their boxer's talent, there is no question they all got that.
If they are not going to change or do anything about the perceived stamina problem of that stable, all i ask is let their boxers INVEST ON BODY PUNCHING ON THE EARLY ROUNDS. at least pagdating sa last rounds pareho na kayong pagod. the opponent pagod sa body punches, their boxer pagod sa lack of stamina.
Don't go for the early spectacular KO, because it has been shown that only works on low quality opponents. But faced against top quality opponents who are durable, they will just shrug it off and recover.

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