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Old 01-04-2010, 09:17 AM   #1
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I have a big fight hopefully coming up on February 14th, and then a tournament in april (I'll have some fights in between too). The February 14th fight will be the biggest of my career so far so I want to be in top condition, and I'll need to lose some weight to fight at 152lbs for the tournament in April, so I decided I'm keep a log here of my training and diet.

My main training log is a notebook that I can carry around everwhere with me so I can always add to it even if I'm not at a computer, but I'll try to keep this updated along with it.

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22 years old

5'10"

Usually weigh 160-162lbs. My first tournament last February I fought at 152. Last two tournaments I had to fight at 165 even though I weighed in at 159. I tried to lose weight to get to 152 but I didn't do it smart (too much exercise, not enough food killed my energy level). So I'm starting really early this time and going to take it nice and slow.

14 fights, 9 wins 5 losses. First two fights were won by RSCH but no more stoppages since then. Hoping that will change soon haha.

Two losses on close decisions, two losses by 1 point in the final of tournaments (that hurts!). Only got dominated once. In my first open class fight to a guy with 40 fights who went on to win the tournament we were fighting in (Ontario Provincial Championships).

Fighting style: Orthodox. Boxer-Puncher/Pressure fighter. My coach says he's reminded of me when he watches Alfredo Angulo fight. I have good power, chin and cardio. Good body punching. Need to work on my jab as well as my footwork and balance issues that prevent me from really letting my hands go in combination. Don't have a ton of defense either lol. Favourite punch is a right hook to the body (hense the screen name). I throw it hard and often and nobody likes getting hit with it.

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Old 01-04-2010, 08:00 PM   #2
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Here's for today. I probably won't make it so long each day I just wanted to start with a detailed one.

It's freezing cold and snow right now so I'll be doing most of my running on a teadmill.

Day 1 January 4th:

Weight: 165lbs

Walk mile warmup
30 seconds on, 30 seconds of at 10mph, full incline for 12 sets
Walk mile cooldown

Scrambled Eggs (1 whole egg, then some egg whites) with spinach
cup of Oatmeal with strawberries.

Whole wheat tortilla with low fat peanut butter and banana
Carrots, cucumber, celery with dip

Small piece of lasagne
Turkey
Brown Rice

Walk 35 minutes to the gym
10minutes skipping
Spar 12+ rounds, low-mid intensity with a couple of the younger guys at the gym
1 round heavy bag
3 rounds of cardio involving medicine ball slams, presses, burpees, jumping jacks, running on the spot
Walk 35 minutes home

After gym
Shake with Protein, Banana, Oatmeal, Peanut Butter, Water
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Old 01-05-2010, 09:28 PM   #3
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Diet was pretty much the same as yesterday.

No running this morning. Have to save myself on tuesdays and thrusdays for the strength and conditioning class my gym has. 30 minutes of pushups, medicine ball work, pullups, tire flips and the dreaded airdyne bike. Recovered for 45 minutes (one of the coaches who did the conditioning with me made a run to starbucks to get us protein shake things so that helped) while I coached the kids class, then did 8 rounds of heavy bag. Finished with stretching, ab and neck exercises.
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Old 01-07-2010, 09:39 PM   #4
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Wednesday was the same as monday.

Today I again did our conditioning class. Then did some rounds of pads with a new trainer at our gym and then finished with sparring with some of the smaller guys. New trainer brought one of his guys from his old gym and a guy I used to spar alot of hard rounds with came back to the gym so things should be picking up soon sparring wise which is good.
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