Hints For Referees

The first the most important duty of an amateur referee is to prevent either boxer from receiving unnecessary punishment An amateur referee must immediately stop the boxing when a boxer appears unable to properly defend himself. This is a difference from professional boxing Thus is an amateur referee also occasionally handles professional matches, he must be constantly reminded of the amateur standing knockdown safety procedures and the amateur principle to be constantly alert to prevent an...

Boxing Training Notes

Loosen up well before and after workouts. Do not work to the point of excessive fatigue. About 10-12 rounds of work is sufficient. Spar with a purpose - not just to be working. Use large gloves for sparring (16 oz.) Include stomach exercises in every workout. Shadow box for form - think while shadow boxing. Do not sit down during workout - keep moving. Use grease on face during sparring drills. On heavy bag wear bag gloves and work on series punching. Do not lose weight unnaturally to box in a...

Intramural Boxing Rules

Any Cadet receiving a deficient grade in 4th Class Boxing is ineligible. The final authority on all matters concerning eligibility and grades received, will be a list published by the Associate Director for Intramural Athletics with the names of all Cadet having received a deficient grad during boxing instruction. 2. Any Cadet who has not received a grade in 4th Class Boxing is ineligible. The individual in question will not be carried on the Company roster even though he is scheduled to...

Duties Of Coach

Submit a tentative team list to the CIC prior to the first practice session. Before the first scheduled record contest submit a finalized team roster on the Intramural Record of Participation form. The CIC will keep the form for the entire season. It is the coaches responsibility to keep it current. B. Make sure that all boxers are eligible and are medically cleared to box (Appendix B). C. Know all rules as they appear in the INTRAMURAL BOXING MANUAL. D. Insure proper use of heavy bags and...

POC Mr Ray Barone 6292

Intramural Boxing - Basic Guidelines A. Minimum 7, Maximum 11 No more than 2 at the same weight . B. Additional Boxers may be added during the season to keep team rosters filled. These boxers must meet all the eligibility and screening requirements outlined below. C. Coaches are responsible for maintaining team strength and informing CICs and DPE monitors of any discrepancies. Weight Classes -There are 5 weight classes 145, 160, 175, 190, Heavyweight. Boxers may not exceed the weight for the...