Boxing

Boxing, also known as pugilism or the sweet science, is a combat sport in which two people, usually wearing protective gloves and other protective gear such as hand wraps and mouth guards, throw punches at each other for a predetermined amount of time in a boxing ring. The goal is to land punches on the opponent while avoiding their punches, with the ultimate aim of winning the match by knockout, technical knockout, or by scoring more points than the opponent.

Boxing has a long and storied history, with evidence of the sport dating back to ancient times. It has been an Olympic sport since the ancient Greek games, and its popularity has only grown over the centuries. Today, boxing is a global sport with millions of fans and participants around the world.

Boxing matches are typically divided into rounds, with each round lasting a set amount of time (usually three minutes). While amateur bouts usually consist of three rounds. Fighters are awarded points for landing punches on their opponent, with more points awarded for clean, effective punches to the head and body.

Boxing is a physically demanding sport that requires a high level of skill, strength, and endurance. Fighters must be able to move quickly and react to their opponent’s movements, while also maintaining their own defensive posture and strategy. Training for boxing involves a combination of cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and technique work, as well as sparring and other forms of practice.

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On July 1, 2001 Army Sports Institute was established to tap vast talent pool of sportsmen serving in the Army