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Old 09-28-2012, 12:50 AM   #31
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Are you boxing for competition? If memory serves me correct, the weight limits in amateurs are 144 and 152. So if you're boxing in competition then staying at 144 is certainly to your advantage. Moving up to 154 might hurt some, literally.

Make sure you can jab like Paul Williams before you get in that ring for real though. Tall and lanky can/should have reach advantage and power from mid-far range, but in close you won't be able to put anything together.
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Old 09-28-2012, 01:13 AM   #32
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your new training Idea is shit

don't be a skirt about weight training. Loads of top pro boxers have been secretly lifting heavy weights for decades.

You need to do the 5 basic power moves spread out over 2-3 workouts a week plus a couple more lifts

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Deadlifts
Squats
Bench Press
Bent Over Barbell Rows
Millitary Press

when you double or triple your strength on these five lifts you wont care if you have gained weight or not cause you will be so ****ing strong and jacked looking

lifting weights creates the hunger in your mind and body to eat more. you get ravenous its a natural process you start craving the foods that build muscle

Weight gainers and protein powders work

you must know how much you want to weigh and target it then go after it until you get it. Set a Goal and hit it
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Old 09-28-2012, 01:52 AM   #33
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Try and get over the 'my metabolisms are super' bandwagon. People tend to overestimate how much they eat. When I was bodybuilding, I would eat until I was totally full, then wait an hour and have an extra meal, then magically I gained some weight. You are doing a lot of cardio, try adding some raw eggs, yogurt, and peanut butter to a protein shake, it will be easier to ingest.
Yep.

Although some people do have ridiculous metabolisms, it just boils down to finding away to get in more calories.
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Old 09-28-2012, 02:02 AM   #34
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your new training Idea is shit

don't be a skirt about weight training. Loads of top pro boxers have been secretly lifting heavy weights for decades.

You need to do the 5 basic power moves spread out over 2-3 workouts a week plus a couple more lifts

here

Deadlifts
Squats
Bench Press
Bent Over Barbell Rows
Millitary Press

when you double or triple your strength on these five lifts you wont care if you have gained weight or not cause you will be so ****ing strong and jacked looking

lifting weights creates the hunger in your mind and body to eat more. you get ravenous its a natural process you start craving the foods that build muscle

Weight gainers and protein powders work

you must know how much you want to weigh and target it then go after it until you get it. Set a Goal and hit it

Good post bro
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Old 09-28-2012, 03:53 AM   #35
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If your goal is just to gain weight, then all you need to do is make sure you eat more calories than you burn off.

Looking at your training schedule it seems to me like you don't need to be doing any more exercise...

Unless you want to change the shape of your body and pack on some muscle, in which case weights is the way to go.

Personally, I don't think intelligent weight training would slow you down.

i was lifitng weights 5x5 or 3x8 it slown me down and makes me stiffer
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Old 09-28-2012, 03:57 AM   #36
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Good post bro
maybe good maybe not but what about being stiff and losing your punching speed etc.

maybe train inteligently but old school says no to weights
but i remember when i was training in boxing club. (old school). he said no to drink water i dehydrated my muscles ,were burned.

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Old 09-28-2012, 09:41 AM   #37
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i was lifitng weights 5x5 or 3x8 it slown me down and makes me stiffer
It will make you stiffer if you don't do flexibility training and then work on speed training also.
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Old 09-28-2012, 09:59 AM   #38
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Drink a 6 pack every night. Problem sloved.
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Old 09-29-2012, 01:11 AM   #39
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maybe good maybe not but what about being stiff and losing your punching speed etc.

maybe train inteligently but old school says no to weights
but i remember when i was training in boxing club. (old school). he said no to drink water i dehydrated my muscles ,were burned.

if you do nothing but weights yeah offcourse you will be stiff, shadow box and keep boxing to stay lose and you should see results.
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