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James Abraham Says, in 1-18-2010 at 08:10:55 from     

The production values are not like those of The Lord of the Rings movies, but the picture and sound are clear enough, and the content is excellent. Getz explains all the facets of boxing thoroughly, and everything is illustrated with excellent analogies (useful when you’re in the ring and can only remember a few key points) and demonstrations. He is particularly good on the mechanics of footwork and punching. Absolutely worth the money.
Rating: 5 / 5

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J. Schmidt Says, in 1-18-2010 at 11:04:03 from     

Coach Getz gives us the inside scoop on what it takes to be a well-rounded, complete boxer. If you want fancy graphics, loud music, and a lot of tough-guy talk, then look elsewhere. But if you want solid, detailed information about boxing in all its aspects, then this is the instructional series for you.

If every boxing trainer was as articulate and thoughtful as Christopher Getz, boxers would not develop the glaring technique deficiencies that we see in so many fighters. Coach Getz’s step by step approach leaves nothing to chance. If you take his lessons to heart, you’ll reach your full potential.

In the review of this product at heavyfists dot com, you can read a description of the contents of each disk. Also, you can view a 10 minute sample video cut from the first DVD entitled “fundamentals”. In the sample, coach Getz presents part of his left hook lesson.

I highly recommend this series; other than Kenny Weldon’s fine series of introductory lessons, this one stands alone.
Rating: 5 / 5

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T. Smith Says, in 1-18-2010 at 11:27:19 from     

I ordered this series and was a little concerned by all the comments about it being “low production quality”. I was pleasantly suprised to find out the production quality on this series is WAYYYY better than every other boxing dvd instruction video i’ve bought. It’s really very nice. The guy speaks very well and clear and it’s obvious he’s a very intelligent and knowledgeable guy when it comes to boxing.

Now this isn’t some million dollar slickly produced hollywood video……..but most of those i’ve bought when it came to sports instruction, sucked anyway.

For it’s purpose and content, it is outstanding. By far the best Boxing series i’ve bought. The price is a bit steep, but well wort it.

And the best part, this series is literally packed with information from beginning to end. And he starts with the basic fundamentals and builds on that.

5 stars all the way on this series.
Rating: 5 / 5

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Charles Sweet Says, in 1-18-2010 at 12:38:57 from     

This is a great instructional set, for sure the best one out there.

There are tons of great MMA and Jiu-Jitsu instructionals available but Boxing seems to be few and far between. This set has some great tips to polish up your basics but also some ring strategy and a lot of drills to improve your footwork and punching ability.

If you are looking to learn some new tricks and accelerate your learning curve this instructional is for sure worth the money.
Rating: 5 / 5

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Richard Owen Says, in 1-18-2010 at 14:37:04 from     

I just received the 8 DVD set and have watched a few of the DVD’s.

I am very happy and impressed by the quality of instruction and the depth of instruction.

This is a great DVD set for learning boxing from the ground up. I can highly recommend!

As other posts have noted, the production quality is low. That is, it does not have the feel of being filmed by a professional editor or film crew. But thats ok, I wasn’t buying it for that reason. I was looking for excellent instruction and thats just what I got.

I am very satisfied with this purchase.
Rating: 5 / 5

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