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Old 07-16-2010, 11:27 AM   #1
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Thursday July 15 2010

Warmup
  1. Skipping 5 minutes
  2. Coordination drills
  3. Skipping 5 minutes
  4. Stationary Bike 5 minutes

Shadowboxing 4 rounds
Padwork 2 rounds (got cut short)
Bodybelt 4 rounds (ala ricky hatton and the huge body pad)
Heavybag 4 rounds
Double end bag 2 rounds

Cooldown 5 minutes skipping

15 minutes rest

Corework
  1. 80 Decline Medicineball throws
  2. 40 Russian Twists
  3. 20 Decline Situps

Pushups
  1. 30 Wide Pushups
  2. 30 Narrow Pushups
  3. 40 Medicineball Pushups

Pullups
  1. Chinups - 5 sets to failure
  2. Widegrip - 5 sets to failure

15 minute rest

My knee has been sore these past few days so instead of my normal jogging & sprinting I've been using the stairmaster.

Stairmaster - Level 10 - Interval Training - 10 Minutes - 10lbs heavier than my weight.
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Old 07-17-2010, 03:03 AM   #2
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Friday July 16 2010

Got to the gym late for sparring, quicker warmup this time.

8 rounds sparring. 4 rounds straight, 4 spread out.

4 rounds heavy bag.

2 rounds double end bag.

5 minutes skipping
5 minutes stationary bike

15 minutes stretch
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nice stuff

whats ur weight and goals?

diet?
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Old 07-19-2010, 07:52 PM   #4
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July 19, 2010

Hurt my right shoulder middle of last week doing bag work, worked through it. Aggravated it sparring Friday, so I took Saturday off. And to make matter worse, I had to tackle a dog today. It's gotten worse, so doesn't look like I will be competing this week, unfortunately.

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nice stuff

whats ur weight and goals?

diet?
Definitely looking to compete in amateur boxing. I've had 3 amateur MMA fights, but recently I've turned my attention to boxing. My weight right now is around 178. I've competed as low as 152 in amateur MMA, and as high as 171. I plan to box amateur at 165, not a fan of cutting water weight with same day weigh-ins.

My diet is as follows, changes a little from day to day.

Breakfast
  1. 3 or 4 slices of turkey bacon
  2. 2 pieces of flaxseed toast with honey on one piece, and peanut butter on the other
  3. Glass of skim milk

Snack
  1. Handful of almonds
  2. Apple & 1/2 Banana

Pre-workout shake
  1. Almond milk
  2. 1/2 scoop whey protein
  3. Full serving of wheatgerm
  4. Banana
  5. Honey
  6. Peanut butter
  7. Yogurt
  8. Blackberries & Strawberries

Post-workout
  1. Full whey protein scoop & water mix
  2. BCAA's

Last meal
  1. Chicken breast
  2. Asparagus
  3. Asorted other veggies

Every day I take vitamin B, C, D, BCAA's, echinacea, and I drink well over a gallon of water.

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Old 07-21-2010, 02:13 PM   #5
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Been eating cookies, cake, and ice cream these past two days. Going back to the gym today for some cardio and plyo's. Going to do some specific work for my shoulder, try to tighten everything up.
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Old 07-22-2010, 09:51 AM   #6
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Your almost identical to me then.. what is ur height?

i am fighting at 168 and right now i'm 179-181.

right now i'm trying to go down VERY slowly without losing any strength or stamina.

my diet is kinda different to yours and I don't use any protein shakes or supplements - i don't really understand the science behind the shakes, I thought they were used to maintain rather than cut down? sometimes i have a scoop of soy protein in a smoothie though.. what do you think about that?
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Old 07-22-2010, 10:36 AM   #7
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6' even.

You can use shakes to cut, maintain, or gain. i don't see anything wrong with any protein being used, just depends on how you use it. if i take my protein shake, and then along with it have a meal as well then i will definitely gain weight.

my pre-workout shake sounds huge and delicious, while it is delicious it is not filling at all...unfortunately.
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