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Old 07-10-2014, 10:00 AM   #46
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a round of boxing is a three minute interval of intense work


so maybe high intensity interval training might be good.
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a round of boxing is a three minute interval of intense work


so maybe high intensity interval training might be good.
If it feels like it, it is because it is if not overdone.
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a round of boxing is a three minute interval of intense work


so maybe high intensity interval training might be good.
A high intensity cross training work out is far more beneficial that high intensity weight lifting!
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A high intensity cross training work out is far more beneficial that high intensity weight lifting!
Explain.
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Explain.
Be interesting to here your views on why its not.
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Be interesting to here your views on why its not.
Huh? Where did I state an opinion?
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Huh? Where did I state an opinion?
You didn't. thats why im asking.
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How would it injure your joints?

Do you fully extend?

Why?

I know what works. I learned from a guy that knew it worked. I never heard of anyone messing up their joints, but maybe you can expand upon that.
As with most things, when done incorrectly there is a chance for injury.

If done with too heavy a weight, it can cause problems, just as with any other lifting method that the lifter uses too heavy a weight for current strength levels. The other problems are not punching with the weight under control and momentum takes over. This will cause wear/tear on the joints because of the stop at the end.
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I'd have to look around for the study, but some russian scientist did a study on lifting and examined 3 different types of lifting.

high weight/low reps
low weight high reps
moderate weight/moderate reps (what most would call the bodybuilding protocol)

To sum it up the high weight/low reps did the best for strength gains and also for increasing neural activity with some gains in muscle size. The "Bodybuilding Method" had moderate strength gains and the most for muscle size, but it actually decreased neural activity.

This is probably why there still is a myth that lifting makes you slow. Scientifically, if you use a method best used for hypertrophy (muscle size increase) it will slow you down. Choosing a different method of strength training will make you faster and stronger though.
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I'd have to look around for the study, but some russian scientist did a study on lifting and examined 3 different types of lifting.

high weight/low reps
low weight high reps
moderate weight/moderate reps (what most would call the bodybuilding protocol)

To sum it up the high weight/low reps did the best for strength gains and also for increasing neural activity with some gains in muscle size. The "Bodybuilding Method" had moderate strength gains and the most for muscle size, but it actually decreased neural activity.

This is probably why there still is a myth that lifting makes you slow. Scientifically, if you use a method best used for hypertrophy (muscle size increase) it will slow you down. Choosing a different method of strength training will make you faster and stronger though.
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this is the mystery for me. This link shows some weightlifting that I think would probably be beneficial for somebody in combat sports. It definitely isn't heavyweight low repetition nor is it even really low weight high repetition. However, it is doing a significant amount of work in a short period of time. IMO, doing a round of this as quickly as possible makes me feel like I just sparred a round against somebody willing to push my limits. That's why I recommend it.
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this is the mystery for me. This link shows some weightlifting that I think would probably be beneficial for somebody in combat sports. It definitely isn't heavyweight low repetition nor is it even really low weight high repetition. However, it is doing a significant amount of work in a short period of time. IMO, doing a round of this as quickly as possible makes me feel like I just sparred a round against somebody willing to push my limits. That's why I recommend it.
"Strength Training for Fat Loss - Weight Loss - Strength Complexes" The title says it all, although this is in no way "strength training".

Just because something makes you tired doesn't mean it's effective. Go slap 100kg on the leg press and do 200 reps straight, it'll tire you out, but what do you get out of it in terms of athletic ability?

You're better off sparring a guy that will push your limits for conditioning instead of this. Weights should primarily be used for increasing overall power, definately not flapping around with light weights like this guy is showing.
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I wanna step in the ring with Virus and beat the sh*t out of him. This guy has never boxed yet he acts like he knows everything
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I wanna step in the ring with Virus and beat the sh*t out of him. This guy has never boxed yet he acts like he knows everything
Although he is quite sarcastic at times he knows training methodology and periodization, etc etc, he is of good value here.
Its not his fault that every other thread is meaningless gibberish.
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I wanna step in the ring with Virus and beat the sh*t out of him.
I remember seeing a video of you boxing, it was funny, reminded me of this - [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

Sign of a real tough guy to throw out a challenge he knows he'll never live up to

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I've never boxed ah?

Know everything? Never claimed it.

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