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Old 07-21-2014, 08:31 PM   #136
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1. I trust Nick Tumminello's jock credentials over yours. His name is out there. All aspects of fitness for health and competition is what he does.

2. If a boxing trainer tried to make a boxer spar every day, he most likely would have very, very limited success, his fighters would be too banged up to compete consistently.

3. What exactly does one do when boxing? Lunging, squatting, bending, shifting weight, forcing the heart to beat more, the body to increase its respiration. Sort of like the complex training.

not unlike this too which is another good one IMO
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Mate, if you want to waste your time flapping around with light weights like the guy in the video, be my guest.

BTW, I quoted the title of the video for a good reason.
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Old 07-22-2014, 03:26 AM   #137
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I'd say Couture's conditioning program developed a pretty good work capacity for him. Sure it's not all he did.

Plus, these probably build or maximize strength in muscles as they fatigue.

If anyone has doubts: try them at least once. Before I tried them I thought they would be unchallenging. I was really wrong on that one. Now I'm a believer.
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Old 07-23-2014, 07:05 AM   #138
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Understand the messages from the biggest organ, in the body. Then you will be on the right road to understanding the whole of it. .
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Old 08-06-2014, 05:09 AM   #139
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If you think complexes and circuits look too easy to be effective try doing a round or two of them as a warm up before you do your "real" weight lifting. Just make sure you don't put down the bar until the circuit/ complex is complete, don't rest between the different exercises and go as fast as you can without losing proper form. Then don't rest more than 1 minute between rounds.
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If you think complexes and circuits look too easy to be effective try doing a round or two of them as a warm up before you do your "real" weight lifting. Just make sure you don't put down the bar until the circuit/ complex is complete, don't rest between the different exercises and go as fast as you can without losing proper form. Then don't rest more than 1 minute between rounds.
If that's directed at me, I didn't say that at all.
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Are discussing weights for boxers or weights for MMA....two different and distinct fight games that required totally different training techniques
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Old 08-15-2014, 09:40 AM   #142
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Are discussing weights for boxers or weights for MMA....two different and distinct fight games that required totally different training techniques

My POV is resistance training to increase work capacity for a period of time of about 2-3 minutes and a 1 minute rest period between work periods.
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Old 08-21-2014, 12:25 PM   #143
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Might be worth a try. It took me 2:46 to complete one round 35lb bell which is close to the work duration of a 3 minute round. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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Might be worth a try. It took me 2:46 to complete one round 35lb bell which is close to the work duration of a 3 minute round. [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
is it?
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is it?
I'm not training to fight anymore but I've been using this + intermittent fasting diet and so far I like the result, my completion time is going down so I may need to go to a higher weight. The "thruster" and "swing" seem to work the core well. I like how it's weight lifting but also crosses over into cardio training, if done right it will really make the heart and lungs work.
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I'm not training to fight anymore but I've been using this + intermittent fasting diet and so far I like the result, my completion time is going down so I may need to go to a higher weight. The "thruster" and "swing" seem to work the core well. I like how it's weight lifting but also crosses over into cardio training, if done right it will really make the heart and lungs work.
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[Only registered and activated users can see links. ] The functionality of this lift could be applied to punching. Check out how the leg and hip move during the lift.
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