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MIMA'S PUNCHING DRILLS IS OF RUSSIAN ORIGIN.

I'm so pleased to promulgate now, Mima Ito was highly inspired by Russian boxer's champion.


It was about 1970s that Russian coach, Ferdman Moishe, propounded those punching works so as to further empower his pupils attacking play.

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Mima Ito, prodigy ponger of Japan, just followed Ferdman's example to her particular benefit. Thus was she able to grow up some Formidable-Gun-Machine to beat Chinese, thanks those two great Russians aforementioned.
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伊藤表示自己小时候妈妈逼着自己进行乏味的体能训练,由于觉得太乏味了便没有坚持下去,经历2017年一整年的低迷后,在妈妈和教练的劝说下,又恢复了这种枯燥的训练。伊藤主动逼迫自己,进行了不少高强度的体能训练其中包括高强度的拳击练习。

Ito Mima said that while a little child mother forced her a boring physical training,
-- Because I felt too boring to stick to the massive drills I dropped hard exertions . After a whole year in 2017 after the distressing ebb of my competetition perfomance, following my mother and coach persuasion, I did resumed this boring training. Ito Mima actively forced himself to do a lot of high-intensity physical training, including high-intensity boxing exercises.


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igorponger wrote:
MIMA'S PUNCHING DRILLS IS OF RUSSIAN ORIGIN.

I'm so pleased to promulgate now, Mima Ito was highly inspired by Russian boxer's champion.

It was about 1970s that Russian coach, Ferdman Moishe, propounded those punching works so as to further empower his pupils attacking play.

FERDMAN MOISES hugs his daugther TATIANA ca.1974
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Mima Ito, prodigy ponger of Japan, just followed Ferdman's example to her particular benefit. Thus was she able to grow up some Formidable-Gun-Machine to beat Chinese, thanks those two great Russians aforementioned.
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伊藤表示自己小时候妈妈逼着自己进行乏味的体能训练,由于觉得太乏味了便没有坚持下去,经历2017年一整年的低迷后,在妈妈和教练的劝说下,又恢复了这种枯燥的训练。伊藤主动逼迫自己,进行了不少高强度的体能训练其中包括高强度的拳击练习。

Ito Mima said that while a little child mother forced her a boring physical training,
-- Because I felt too boring to stick to the massive drills I dropped hard exertions . After a whole year in 2017 after the distressing ebb of my competetition perfomance, following my mother and coach persuasion, I did resumed this boring training. Ito Mima actively forced himself to do a lot of high-intensity physical training, including high-intensity boxing exercises.


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igorponger wrote:
MIMA'S PUNCHING DRILLS IS OF RUSSIAN ORIGIN.

I'm so pleased to promulgate now, Mima Ito was highly inspired by Russian boxer's champion.


Naah. I'll "promulgate" instead that it was the exotic Tibetan meditation guru that visited when she was 5. :lol:

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