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Learn how to warm up your arms for boxing. Properly warmed up arms will be more relaxed, use less energy, move faster, have less chance of injury, and generally perform better. Take your time and warm up all the muscles and joints and work that full of motion in your daily boxing workout training routine. Check out "How to Box in 10 Days" (my highly regarded boxing instructional EBOOK & VIDEO): http://www.expertboxing.com/boxing-basics/how-to-box/boxing-instructional-video-and-ebook
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