Found May 03, 2013 on
Pro Boxing Fans:
It's been 5 months since Manny Pacquiao was last in the ring, on the wrong end of a devastating knockout handed to him by arch-rival Juan Manuel Marquez. Now, Pacquiao is back in the gym and getting to work, training for his upcoming fight, which should be this fall. Check out this video of Pacquiao working the heavy bag and displaying all of his trademark speed and offensive fluidity.
Here's the official description of the video:
Manny Pacquiao displaying his ebb and flow as he works the bag. Heavy Bags are great for Strength and Power. They provide resistance upon impact which helps develop stronger punches. Movement around a heavy bag assists in hand eye coordination and helps with footwork. Have you had a chance to work on a heavy bag? Upload your video response and show us!
Sort of a random description there... I think we all know what a heavy bag is. But Pacquiao looks like he's doing pretty well. So now that we know he's back in the gym and training, what...
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