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Old 07-07-2007, 06:54 PM   #14
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Default Re: weight training in boxing...

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Originally Posted by Nwil
yeah, I mentioned that neuromuscular strength thing. I used to do 8-12 reps, which sucked, but for the past couple of months (I stopped now) I had been doing compound lifts of 3-6 reps, 3 times a week. Sure, the strength gains were good, but not really effective in the ring, so now I just do a few exercises minimally and stick to bodyweight and conditioning. I would think weight training might be able to take a heavyweight to the "next level," but not a smaller fighter focused more on speed and agility.
weight training can benefit speed and agility try doing 70% of your one rep max for 4-5 reps in a faster pace.

******e fortune has manny pacquaio doing this according to an interview on www.***********.com

BTW what are your thoughts on complex training?
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