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Old 08-01-2011, 03:59 PM   #1
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can i have some examples of how you guys fit in all your different training requirements, boxing, long runs, sprints, weights etc, eg:

Monday AM - Long run
Monday PM - Boxing club
Tuesday AM - Sprints
Tuesday PM - Weights

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Old 08-01-2011, 05:33 PM   #2
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training requirements, boxing, long runs, sprints, weights
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The only requirment there is boxing the rest are surpluss.
Monday: Boxing club
tuesday: long run
wednesday: boxing club
thursday: small run finished with sprints uphill
friday: boxing club
sat: long run and weights
sun: REST

My old scedule
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Old 08-01-2011, 08:20 PM   #3
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Monday/Tuesday
Boxing Club A.M.
tempo Intervals/100% intervals/LSD P.M.(depending on how I feel)

Wednesday
Off or active rest

Thursday/Friday
Boxing Club A.M.
tempo Intervals/100% intervals/LSD P.M.(depending on how I feel)

Saturday
Off or active rest

Sunday
Off

I do plyo pushups, chins, abs at the end of boxing workout/sparring. Strength/explosiveness is something I have trained all my life, so I don't really train it often anymore.
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Old 08-02-2011, 08:02 AM   #4
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Mon-Fri is PM, Sat is AM. Every session finishes with stretching.

Mon
Boxing 7-9. 9-9.30 Core, Neck, Skipping Intervals.

Tues Boxing 7-9. 9-9.30 Core, Neck, Skipping Intervals.

Wed Boxing 7-9. 9-9.30 Core, Neck, Skipping Intervals.

Thurs Boxing 7-9. 9-9.30 Core, Neck, Skipping Intervals.

Fri Boxing 7-9. 9-9.30 Core, Neck, Skipping Intervals.

Sat Weights/Plyos 10-11. Long, Slow, distance Jog or 1 hr
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Old 08-02-2011, 08:36 AM   #5
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In season it is as follows:

All PM

Monday 7.30 - 9 - Boxing: skipping, sparring, circuit, heavy bag and pads.
Tuesday 7.30 - 9 - Boxing: skipping, sparring, circuit, heavy bag and pads
Wednesday - strength work at the gym, run
Thursday 7.30 - 9 - Boxing: skipping, sparring, circuit, heavy bag and pads
Friday - Rest
Saturday - run
Sunday - rest
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Old 08-02-2011, 09:30 PM   #6
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What do you do for active recovery other than hiking or really slow runs?

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Monday/Tuesday
Boxing Club A.M.
tempo Intervals/100% intervals/LSD P.M.(depending on how I feel)

Wednesday
Off or active rest

Thursday/Friday
Boxing Club A.M.
tempo Intervals/100% intervals/LSD P.M.(depending on how I feel)

Saturday
Off or active rest

Sunday
Off

I do plyo pushups, chins, abs at the end of boxing workout/sparring. Strength/explosiveness is something I have trained all my life, so I don't really train it often anymore.
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