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Old 07-31-2007, 08:12 PM   #1
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alright i need help with my boxing routine.
i lift mon weds and fri and i train with my coach tues thurs and sat. i want to box and mon weds and fri what should my routine consist of?
i havea heavy bag, pads, slipbag and shadow boxing.

also is it good t have some one pounch me in the stomach and ribs so that i can take more hits there?
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Old 07-31-2007, 08:21 PM   #2
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Cut out the weights you dont need them they will if anything make you stiff so you wont be able to move as effectively as you should.
Go to a gym those days you lift, you will be in better shape boxing than you will lifting and you will look better.
Having someone hit you in the stomach does work but do your crunches as well make sure when they are hitting you that they use a glove and that you flex the stomach.
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Old 07-31-2007, 08:24 PM   #3
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o no doubt. i do crunches to. what should my training schedule look like on those days?
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Old 07-31-2007, 08:29 PM   #4
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o no doubt. i do crunches to. what should my training schedule look like on those days?
Skip Rope 3 rounds

Shadow Box 4 rounds

Mitts 4 rounds

Double end bag 4 rounds

Heavybag 4 rounds

Speed bag (3 rounds non stop)

Shadow box another 4

Then do your floor work
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i do sprints should i stil do the jump rope? also i dont have a speed bag at my house should i just skip it? also is weights really bad for you? my punch strenght is much stronger than most the people at my gym
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i do sprints should i stil do the jump rope?
Different purpose, jump rope is part of the warming up routine.

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also i dont have a speed bag at my house should i just skip it?
You have access to a gym right?
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i do sprints should i stil do the jump rope? also i dont have a speed bag at my house should i just skip it? also is weights really bad for you? my punch strenght is much stronger than most the people at my gym
Skip rope any ways, and IMO weights are not good for you, you actualy risk getting injured lifting, in addition after a while of lifting your arms get stiff once they are like that when you start to even shadow box you will feel them get that way, and you will notice you are having a hard time keeping your hands up as a result.
shadow box for four rounds and see if this doesnt happen, if your biceps stiffen up just shadow boxing imagine what they will do in sparring I just dont recomend weight lifting at all.
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alright bro thanks. and yes i have acces to a gym but i dont really have the ability to get there everyday. is speed bag that important? what does it do? i still do it 3x a week but i willt ry and get a speed bag.
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Old 07-31-2007, 08:54 PM   #9
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Skip rope any ways, and IMO weights are not good for you, you actualy risk getting injured lifting, in addition after a while of lifting your arms get stiff once they are like that when you start to even shadow box you will feel them get that way, and you will notice you are having a hard time keeping your hands up as a result.
shadow box for four rounds and see if this doesnt happen, if your biceps stiffen up just shadow boxing imagine what they will do in sparring I just dont recomend weight lifting at all.
WTF are you talking about? Your arms get stiff after weight training? This will only happen if you don't stretch regularly and follow a strict bodybuilding routine. True, you run the risk of getting injured but guess what? You run the same risk walking to the grocery store. Weight-lifting is perfectly fine. 30-45min 3 times a week really isn't that much. Just don't reject the rest of your conditioning and you'll be perfectly fine.
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combat sports isn't dangerous but weight training is?
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bazooka i thought you trained in freddie roach's gym, surely you got some tips from justine fortune who is an advocate of weight training.
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also can you toughen the skin on your face?
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yes, keep sparring
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o alright tahnks. i heard from the old time boxers you should rub your face so that your face callouses
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Skip rope any ways, and IMO weights are not good for you, you actualy risk getting injured lifting, in addition after a while of lifting your arms get stiff once they are like that when you start to even shadow box you will feel them get that way, and you will notice you are having a hard time keeping your hands up as a result.
shadow box for four rounds and see if this doesnt happen, if your biceps stiffen up just shadow boxing imagine what they will do in sparring I just dont recomend weight lifting at all.
I agree. I have tried weights multiple times. For the past 4 months I had been doing power lifts, only compound exercises, no machines, and I stretched. It didn't have any benefits, really, and eventually I was adding mass, which was affecting my stamina.

I'm not against weights, they just don't really work for me.
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