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Old 04-25-2011, 02:03 PM   #91
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MONDAY 11TH APRIL
5 mile run over back road .Yesterday's 2 and a half miler ( 18 mins better than yesterday but stopped for about 15 secs to let a car past )and back to motor .
40 minutes 5
Not to bad just a steady fast pace but happy enough with it .
Keep looking straight ahead all times .Don't look in car windows or houses .Look's nice and explosive .Also think of sparring and fighting when tired .I was going to cut it to 4 but fought about sparring and fighting and kept going .Keep trying to push it and try and be hydrated .All for mental prep !!!!!!!!!! Arms parallel!!! The wind on the way back was pretty strong !!!!!!!
Tomorrow try and put combos together if sparring .Speed footwork!!!!!! and technique .Also head movement .Circle both ways as well . Straight punches MOSTLY!!!! as well .On jab .Jab powershot ( speed ) Step back jab incase countered .Double jab , Jab ( stick move )Speed footwork technique !!!!!.Double jab right .Try flicker moving round to set up a right hand ( step back jab ).
Arms across chest I think is better technique cause I was running with my mate and I found it easier .Just focus straight ahead and try and keep as best and fast a pace as possible ( judge pace )
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Old 04-25-2011, 02:07 PM   #92
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Nce rapid 12's man .Watch the faster boxers and use speed
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Old 04-25-2011, 03:40 PM   #93
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I'm adding more variety into my conditioning now cause of my injury so happy days . They say what doen't break u only makes u stronger . This is my new circuit .

RACE
20 bench dips
20 squats ( ass to deck nice and explosive like punches )
20 push-ups only hands above head like a tricep or delt press to ease off my chest
50 punches ( shadow speed ) Was lacking a bit of intensity at first but onced I fought of sparring and got out of 4th gear and used more speed ( headmovement ) footwork 1,2oclock ,small steps relax out of range speed in range (no bringing legs together) Step back move head , speed snap power off back leg ,12 ( speed ) accuracy ( chin ) I nearly puked .
Not bad for a 15 minute circuit 6 rounds .I'm gonnae try and do another 10 tonight get some weight off me for starting work .My legs will be stronger with this as well cause the squats .
Another 8 rounds
5 x 20 dips , 20 squats ,20 deltpresses 50 punches 1 minute rest
3 x 10 dips , 10 squats ,10 deltpresses 50 punches 30 secs rest

Total 14 rounds intense conditioning .

Was working on a jab on the backfoot .Stepping in and straight out on back foot , nice .Step out return .Looking forward to practicing that in sparring .Make sure legs are place proper or get caught off balance and move head ,Also make sure footwork is wide enough .Forget mirror and move head on way round ( wide stance ) .Also front toe 1 oclock as well man .On toes . 1 and 2 oclock .
MONDAY 25TH APRIL
Parry as well man and headmovement .Fient if tired . , deep breath , fake jab , drop right hand as if throwing or foot feint .

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TUESDAY 26TH APRIL
2 x 5 rounders of above roughly 15 minutes each
Jab and power through back leg and foot aim for chin .Feels atot better and is .
20's 10 rds

Total

200 bench dips
200 squats
200 deltoid presses
500 punches .Technique for intemsity

Another 5 rounds
300 x 3 750 punches

Speed and maybe 30's when weight's down a bit .Keep power in legs as well .

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Old 04-26-2011, 07:53 PM   #98
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15. Bodyweight Exercise Is Excellent

Let it be known that bodyweight exercise can be used to effectively develop EACH strength quality. Although much of this article has referenced free weights, many world champions became world champions without ever touching a free weight.

Do not allow anyone to convince you that bodyweight exercise is ineffective. Bodyweight exercise can be made as difficult and effective as any other method of training. A simple display of gymnastics is living proof of this statement. There are bodyweight movements ideal for conditioning, explosive strength, and max-strength. Once again, the modality that you choose is simply a means to an end.
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Legs for power , punches and sparring .
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Old 04-27-2011, 08:05 AM   #99
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Dehydration - Symptoms
If body weight is reduced by more than 10%, this is extremely serious. If it is not treated immediately, this level of dehydration can lead to death as the blood stops circulating. You may need to go to hospital and be put on a drip to restore the substantial loss of fluids.
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Starting work on Friday .I want down to 3 small meals a day and alot more water and harder training .Most important is alcahol though I want to stop so I can train ( alot ) harder .I need new motivation .I was reading an article on here about Barry McGuigan said one of his fighters was down to 2 percent bodyfat .If I could get near that i'd be happy but I think that's a bit low .5 percent maybe for the summer but only way is to stop boozing .I should have no excuses for not cutting now the day before boxing incase I lose strength .Extra squats like 30 per set and better presses ( more ) Push-ups delts etc .Weight should be good .Get as light as possible and train harder .I don't want to be even at 165 what I should be fighting at .I just want my fitness up as much as possible .
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Old 04-27-2011, 08:21 AM   #100
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Fight the six stages of dehydration
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2 Morning-after feeling


Ignore your body’s early warning, and you'll find hangover-like symptoms come next. “The first sign of genuine dehydration is usually a headache,” says sports nutritionist Nick Berners-Price ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ]). “Most people respond with paracetamol, but that simply masks the signal to drink.” Other symptoms at this stage include lethargy and an inability to concentrate. “Many people reach for stimulants like caffeine, but these again simply mask the bigger problem,” warns Berners-Price. Don’t paper over the cracks: water is still your number one option here.
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Old 04-27-2011, 10:12 AM   #101
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Wednesday 27th April
5 rounds of
20 bench dips
20 squats
20 delt presses
50 punches

and another 5 of

10
10
10
50

Heavy baw buster man happy days .Speed I was listening to music .Try and move head listening to music and speed .Do not ease off or relax to it for intensity .Relax in sparring though but head movement fast and fast shots

Did another 5 rounds of and 1 with 10's .10's ain't intense enough

20 dips
20 squats
20 deltoid presses
50 pinches
500 abs finisher .Relax and don't stressl ( push-it ) Pac's routine .Leg raises are the best on floor so if struggling rep of them in
20's are better for intensity .Again don't stress relax technique and work as hard as possile .Think of fight sparring etc and MOVE HEAD as well CHIN

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Old 04-27-2011, 11:39 AM   #102
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Boxing is entertainment. So to be successful a fighter must not only win but win in an exciting manner. He must throw punches with bad intentions." -- Constantine 'Cus' D'Amato

If you can hit your opponent with two punches, you don't hit him with one. Get off with some bad intentions in there. Believe in yourself. A guy can feel it if you don't believe in yourself. Set your mind to make yourself do it." -- Constantine 'Cus' D'Amato

Remember, from the side you can let that punch go with the worst kind of intentions...." -- Constantine 'Cus' D'Amato

"Always keep your chin tucked down into your chest. I don’t care if you are running roadwork or just walking around school or watching T.V. Keep that chin tucked down. And your eyes looking up and out

Don’t watch the glove; watch the chest. Wait for the glove to move, you’re dead. When the chest flexes, you bob
Stay in constant motion. The head ain’t never again where he last seen it. See, you give him a target here and by the time he swings, it ain’t there anymore. But when he moves, counter. Hap! Fire to the ribs, huh. Hap! Bap! Four-one, upstairs.

"You don’t get hit, you don’t lose. It’s as simple as that. Once you learn to stay low and tuck behind your gloves, in constant motion, no one is gonna be able to land nothing."
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Heavy baw buster man happy days .Speed I was listening to music .Try and move head listening to music and speed .Do not ease off or relax to it for intensity .Relax in sparring though but head movement fast and fast shots
Stay in constant motion. The head ainít never again where he last seen it. See, you give him a target here and by the time he swings, it ainít there anymore
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Old 05-04-2011, 08:11 AM   #104
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Tuesday 3rd May
Did about 20 rounds conditioning man
Roughly
10 squatthrusts
10 squats
10 push-ups
20 jumpingjacks
50 punches
x 20
2 circuits of 10
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