Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) November 05, 2013
Art of Boxing magazine revealed that the acclaimed Tracy Patterson, two-time, two-weight world champion, will now be a regular contributor to the iMag, by providing expert boxing training commentary in ‘Tracy’s Take,’ as part of the ‘Vinny’s Corner’ Section. Vinny Furlani, Art of Boxing magazine founder and expert trainer, said Patterson will bring relevance to his 10-Point Strategic Boxing System training program by referencing his own experience in the ring, debuting in the November issue, available October 31.
As the premiere source for the boxing fan and fighter, Art of Boxing magazine will include Tracy Patterson’s hands-on approach to Vinny’s boxing tips and hot topics, by offering real-life scenarios he faced during his career as a professional boxer.
“Tracy Patterson is one of the finest fighters on the planet, and he has mastered the 10-point system of old-school boxing excellence,” Furlani said. “With his professional opinion in our magazine’s mix, fans and fighters will better grasp the content, become stronger fighters and more educated fans.”
Patterson and Furlani also team up in the soon-to-be released “Train Like a Champ” boxing instructional DVD series. Executing their expertise and exposing the many advantages of proper boxing techniques, the series will introduce exercises based on the effective 10-Point Strategic Boxing System. “Boxing has become one of the most popular workouts for fans and fighters, but so many people are throwing punches with poor form… and they can get seriously injured,” Furlani said. “This series gives people the power to learn and apply real boxing techniques, in the comfort of their own home, and develop the body of a world champ… the right way.”
To preview the 10-point training system and get a quick look at Patterson today, click here.
Patterson is also featured in the upcoming release of, “Art of Boxing's Typhoon Technique: 10 Points, One Goal, Pure Boxing Excellence,” where the two boxing experts delve into the hailed strategic 10-point system.
Inaugurating ‘Tracy’s Take’ in the November issue, Art of Boxing magazine will review today’s top heavyweight division boxers including Vladimir Klitschko, Tyson Fury, Alexander Povetkin, Deontay Wilder and David Haye.
Vinny’s 10-Point Strategic Boxing System will also uncover Point 6 in this month’s issue – Defending the Jab.
The November issue will then dive into the recent disputes behind boxing judges and the effects of their scores in the “Featured Celebrity” section. “The judges have the toughest jobs,” Furlani asserted. “They are questioned for their competence - when fights get super complex, and they see something different than the rest, they face a lot of ridicule.”
The judging controversies between the recent Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Canelo Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Bryan Vera fights are discussed in further depth on the Art of Boxing Show podcast, available on iTunes. To hear Furlani and Patterson’s take on the recent uproar, visit http://www.ArtofBoxingShow.com.
Along with boxing advice, news and a calendar of events, Art of Boxing magazine will also feature must-know tips on carbohydrate intake in the “Health and Nutrition” section.
To learn more about Vinny Furlani and the 10-Point Strategic Boxing System, or subscribe to Art of Boxing Magazine, fans and fighters can visit http://www.ArtofBoxingMag.com.
About Vinny Furlani
Vinny has been exposed to boxing for close to 30 years, being active in the sport for 15 of those years (either fighting or coaching). Starting his fighting training at 18 years old, Vinny was coached for 11 years by former Olympic Gold Medalist and 2-time Heavy Weight Champion, Floyd Patterson, a follower of the legendary Cus D’Amato model, which has been proven through the success achieved by Mike Tyson. Vinny Furlani has fought against Champions and renowned fighters, and debuted on the National stage in 1987. In 1988, he joined the USA International Amateur Boxing Team and became a professional fighter later that year, fighting an undercard match during teammate Tracy Harris-Patterson’s main event. After a brief professional career, he moved on to coaching fighters participating in New York’s Golden Gloves, even assisting in Patterson’s corner in several other matches. More information is available through http://www.artofboxingmag.com.