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Boxing By R. G. Allanson-Winn
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In 1915 R.G. Allanson-Winn published this abridged version of Boxing. The Lord Headly, an avid boxer, martial artist, and self defense enthusiast, included not only sections on the basics of boxing,... More > old pugilistic grappling, judging advice, training, and diet, but also a section of self defense and la Savate. He included over 30 posed photographs and drawings detailing important elements of this golden age boxing system, making this manual a must for boxers, researchers and martial artists of today.< Less
Boxing By Philadelphia Jack O'Brien
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Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, Light Heavyweight, claiming "American Middleweight," and boxing in all divisions, including a Championship match for the Heavyweight Championship of the World... More > against Jack Johnson, wrote his manual in 1928. In his career he fought such notables as Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Bob Fitzsimmons, and even Anthony J. Drexel Biddle. O'Brien's comprehensive manual includes not only the standard instruction on how to punch, defend, and footwork but also covers fine aspects of ring generalship such as reading an opponent's intention, likely fighting styles, how to escape being cornered. O'Brien also provides in depth instruction of training up, diet, even sleeping advice. He includes instruction on how to minister to common injuries, advice on body toughening methods, and teaches the aspiring Referee. This manual is a classic piece of history and an indispensable addition to the library of any boxing historian, boxer, and aspiring martial artist.< Less
Boxing By Philadelphia Jack O'Brien
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Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, Light Heavyweight, claiming "American Middleweight," and boxing in all divisions, including a Championship match for the Heavyweight Championship of the World... More > against Jack Johnson, wrote his manual in 1928. In his career he fought such notables as Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Bob Fitzsimmons, and even Anthony J. Drexel Biddle. O'Brien's comprehensive manual includes not only the standard instruction on how to punch, defend, and footwork but also covers fine aspects of ring generalship such as reading an opponent's intention, likely fighting styles, how to escape being cornered. O'Brien also provides in depth instruction of training up, diet, even sleeping advice. He includes instruction on how to minister to common injuries, advice on body toughening methods, and teaches the aspiring Referee. This manual is a classic piece of history and an indispensable addition to the library of any boxing historian, boxer, and aspiring martial artist.< Less
Boxing By D. C. Hutchison
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Outing Publishing House, specializing in manuals for "out door" activities, published this Boxing manual in 1913. Written by D. C. Hutchison, an amateur boxing coach for a local club, the... More > manual proved so popular Outers published new editions of it for decades. Outing's own marketing copy for the manual read thus: "Practical instruction for men who wish to learn the first steps in the manly art. Mr. Hutchison writes from long personal experience as an amateur boxer and as a trainer of other amateurs. His instructions are accompanied with full diagrams showing the approved blows and guards. He also gives full directions for training for condition without danger of going stale from overtraining. It is essentially a book for the amateur who boxes for sport and exercise." Illustrated with 36 hand-drawn instructional figures and focusing on turn-of-the-century amateur style, sometimes called "Scientific Boxing," this book is sure to please modern boxers, martial artists, and historians alike.< Less
Boxing By D. C. Hutchison
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Outing Publishing House, specializing in manuals for "out door" activities, published this Boxing manual in 1913. Written by D. C. Hutchison, an amateur boxing coach for a local club, the... More > manual proved so popular Outers published new editions of it for decades. Outing's own marketing copy for the manual read thus: "Practical instruction for men who wish to learn the first steps in the manly art. Mr. Hutchison writes from long personal experience as an amateur boxer and as a trainer of other amateurs. His instructions are accompanied with full diagrams showing the approved blows and guards. He also gives full directions for training for condition without danger of going stale from overtraining. It is essentially a book for the amateur who boxes for sport and exercise." Illustrated with 36 hand-drawn instructional figures and focusing on turn-of-the-century amateur style, sometimes called "Scientific Boxing," this book is sure to please modern boxers, martial artists, and historians alike.< Less
The Art of Boxing and Manual of Training By William Edwards
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Billy Edwards, born in England, traveled to the United States of America to pursue his passion of boxing. Facing such greats as Mike Donovan and Sam Collyer throughout his career, Edwards earned and... More > held the title of Lightweight Champion of America during 1868-1872. In 1888, Edwards published his manual, together with the help of his friend, long-time sparring partner, and oft-times professional ring opponent, Aurthur Chambers. This manual catalogs footwork, striking technique, throwing, diet, exercise, and training recommendations for both amateur and professional boxers. Edwards provided his manual liberally with illustrations, 26 in all, in which he and Chambers pose. Additionally, Edwards includes and recommends for amateur use the American Fair-Play Rules for boxing, a little known and never officially adopted rule set. Most uniquely, this manual was actually used a significant court case, namely Louisiana State vs. Olympic Club, 1894.< Less
The Art of Boxing and Manual of Training By William Edwards
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Billy Edwards, born in England, traveled to the United States of America to pursue his passion of boxing. Facing such greats as Mike Donovan and Sam Collyer throughout his career, Edwards earned and... More > held the title of Lightweight Champion of America during 1868-1872. In 1888, Edwards published his manual, together with the help of his friend, long-time sparring partner, and oft-times professional ring opponent, Aurthur Chambers. This manual catalogs footwork, striking technique, throwing, diet, exercise, and training recommendations for both amateur and professional boxers. Edwards provided his manual liberally with illustrations, 26 in all, in which he and Chambers pose. Additionally, Edwards includes and recommends for amateur use the American Fair-Play Rules for boxing, a little known and never officially adopted rule set. Most uniquely, this manual was actually used a significant court case, namely Louisiana State vs. Olympic Club, 1894.< Less
Boxing and How to Train By Richard K. Fox Publishing Co.
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Fox's Police Gazette was known for publishing material on combat sports, particularly Boxing. Included are sections on not only the basics of Boxing but also details on signature techniques by the... More > likes of Bob Fitzsimmons and "Kid" McCoy, and training advice from, not just one, but two celebrity authorities. Notably, Bob Fitzsimmons training advice contains a recipe for a kind of American "Dit Da Jow." Finally, Fox topped off his manual with a section on the then popular boxing-related sport of Bag Punching. Posing for most of the photos in the bag punching section is Boxing Beauty (and co-ed Bag Punching Champion) Belle Gordon. Liberally adorned with 63 photos illustrating technique and ring greats, this manual is a must have of historic Pugilism< Less
Boxing and How to Train By Richard K. Fox Publishing Co.
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Fox's Police Gazette was known for publishing material on combat sports, particularly Boxing. Included are sections on not only the basics of Boxing but also details on signature techniques by the... More > likes of Bob Fitzsimmons and "Kid" McCoy, and training advice from, not just one, but two celebrity authorities. Notably, Bob Fitzsimmons training advice contains a recipe for a kind of American "Dit Da Jow." Finally, Fox topped off his manual with a section on the then popular boxing-related sport of Bag Punching. Posing for most of the photos in the bag punching section is Boxing Beauty (and co-ed Bag Punching Champion) Belle Gordon. Liberally adorned with 63 photos illustrating technique and ring greats, this manual is a must have of historic Pugilism< Less
Coach Mack's Basic Training Guide: Boxing By Mack Allison III
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I dedicate this book to all men, women, boys, and girls who seek information about the amateur boxing game; and those who want to become a boxer. I also dedicate this book to parents of future... More > boxers. There will be useful information for parents to give them some knowledge about boxing. Hopefully this book will motivate you to fulfill your dreams.< Less

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