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Old 11-07-2012, 04:45 PM   #1
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Default What does a training look like at your gym?

Most of my training goes like this:

-Jumprope
-Warming up
-Technique tutorial
-Combination drills (This makes up the majority of the training)
-2-3 rounds of light sparring
-Bodyweight exercises/cooling down

I'm kind of sick of the combination drills and would like to spar much more since besides it being incredibly fun it also is the best way to get better once you know the basics.
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Old 11-07-2012, 08:05 PM   #2
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add padwork, speedbag and double end bag also you need some hard sparring
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Old 11-08-2012, 01:04 AM   #3
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used to do,
2 rounds shadow
2 rounds bag
then spar for 6 rounds
2-3 rounds pads.
then a bag circuit.

at least 3 times a week me and my mate would come in the gym by ourselfs and get alot of sparring done. these sessions were just
2 rounds shadow
12 rounds sparring
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Old 11-08-2012, 02:29 AM   #4
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used to do,
2 rounds shadow
2 rounds bag
then spar for 6 rounds
2-3 rounds pads.
then a bag circuit.

at least 3 times a week me and my mate would come in the gym by ourselfs and get alot of sparring done. these sessions were just
2 rounds shadow
12 rounds sparring
**** me thats a lot of sparring !Did you do pro fights?
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Old 11-08-2012, 05:24 AM   #5
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nah mate just amateur. Sparring's the most important thing.
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Old 11-08-2012, 06:01 AM   #6
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nah mate just amateur. Sparring's the most important thing.
Yeah, but 12 rounds of sparring each session is excessive. Quality not quantity.

Too much sparring can be counterproductive and bad for your long term health.
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Old 11-08-2012, 06:58 AM   #7
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they were not all gym wars, a few months of doing this and we both had the best stamina in the gym and could control 90% of the other amateurs in the gym with ease. Just what we done anyway,if you dont do it thats up to you,never had many boxing related injuries .
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Old 11-08-2012, 02:34 PM   #8
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4 Mile run
Sprints
Shadow boxing 15mins
foot work 15mins
Bags 3 mins 7 rounds
Power punching 30 seconds 20 times
skipping 3 mins 7 rounds
exercises 3 mins 6 rounds
sparring 3 mins 10 rounds
warm down sit-ups
Repeat this each day
Oh and shadow box with weights and resistance bands
HARD WORK DEDICATION!
Been doing this for 6 years
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Old 11-09-2012, 12:24 AM   #9
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Stretch for 5 minutes
Jump rope 10~15 minutes
Stretch again
Shadowbox 10~15 minutes
Different drills with people in our gym 45min
Heavy Bag 3~4 rounds
Double End bag 3~4 rounds
Sparring 3~4 rounds
Then stretch again and maybe do some shadowboxing to go over mistakes I made during sparring
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Old 11-09-2012, 03:57 AM   #10
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Stretch for 5 minutes
Jump rope 10~15 minutes
Stretch again
Shadowbox 10~15 minutes
Different drills with people in our gym 45min
Heavy Bag 3~4 rounds
Double End bag 3~4 rounds
Sparring 3~4 rounds
Then stretch again and maybe do some shadowboxing to go over mistakes I made during sparring
Get warm before static stretching mate.
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Old 11-12-2012, 08:32 AM   #11
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I've established a pretty standard routine after 15 months:

- Put on hand wraps
- 3 rounds of skipping to warm up
- 3 rounds of shadowboxing
- 3 rounds of heavy bag work
- 3 rounds of the speed ball
- 3 rounds of the double ended bag

----5 minute break----

- 3-5 rounds of padwork (depending on how many people there are in the gym)
- 3-5 rounds of sparring (depending on intensity, availability of sparring partners, how many people need to use the ring that day etc)

---- 5 minute break---

- 5 x 5 squats
- 1 x 5 deadlifts or 5 x 5 bent over barbell row
- 1.5-2km on the mill or rowing machine to cool off

All rounds are 3 minutes long with a 1 minute break in between rounds. Whole workout takes around 2 hours but I only hit the gym thrice a week so its okay (I've noticed most amateurs do around 5-8 hours each week). Sometimes I swap the order in which I do things so that I could lift more, have less fatigue while sparring etc
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Old 11-13-2012, 06:58 PM   #12
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Try to remember boxing takes year to learn ,,,every boxer as there different styles its finding the opening that matters ,,

when ever i coach any part of boxing i will alway explain why your doing the combination your learning,,, so then there is more interest in practicing it because you know why your throwing that combo & when to use it

its doesn't realy matter what the routine is ,if you want to get better you have to learn

**** the fitness learn How ,When & why,,,,,,,A clever boxer will beat a fit boxer
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