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Bolinger Boxing

Scott Bolinger

The author, "Scott Bolinger," has 30 years of experience instructing in self-defense and sports-fighting in boxing, kickboxing, Tae Kwon Do, and MMA.

This book covers level one to four boxing training which includes:




Training with the coaches mitts covering offense and defensive drills

4 medicine ball routines

Heavy bag routines

Speed Drills.

Each boxing level takes on average, three months to master. This training manual will help you become a well-rounded competitor.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Scott Bolinger
  • Publish Date: Jun 22nd, 2024
  • Pages: 156
  • Language: English
  • Edition: undefined - undefined
  • Dimensions: 11.00in - 8.50in - 0.33in - 0.83lb
  • EAN: 9798224740642
  • Categories: BoxingMartial Arts - GeneralChildren's & Youth Sports

About the Author

Bolinger, Scott: -

Biography of the Author "Scott Bolinger"

I grew up in Alliance Nebraska. Graduated from Hemingford Nebraska in 1987. After High School I joined the US Airforce and was stationed in San Antonio Texas for basic training. I attended Tech school at Sheppard AirForce base in Witchatafalls, TX. My study was in Civil Engineering as a "structural specialists." I was stationed in Zweibrucken Germany after tech school and assigned to the "26 Civil Engineering Squadron." There, I received my structural technician certification. After I was honorably discharged from the AirForce I joined the Army National Guard that was based out of Alliance Nebraska. The Alliance unit was a howitzer unit.

I studied Business management, information technology, motorcycle mechanic, welding, realty, fitness and Nutrition. In 2018 I decided to go back to college and get a Bachelor of Science degree. I went to college at the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a major in Political Science and a minor in Criminology with a concentration in government affairs and civic engagement.

I started in politics around 2003 by volunteering as a Planning Commissioner. From that, I seen how our local government was being run and seen some grey area politics. The way they treated the people was not something I would do. The way the government was ran did not feel quite right. Seeing my own city council trying to take peoples lands in a very unethical way, spurred me to run for office. I felt that we needed people in office that were there to help people. To make sure they know that they have someone who will fight for them.