Best time to do your roadwork?

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by pichuchu, Nov 1, 2011.


  1. puertorricane

    puertorricane Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    what is your training routine and how do you train to get into shape for fights

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  2. puertorricane

    puertorricane Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    lol when did i say that running helps you with your boxing, i've said that running is part of a boxers training.. to get into shape for fights boxers use all type of running.. from long distance to 400 meter intervals and sprint repetitions you keep saying that you can get ready for a championship fight without any running at all well i disagree... once a boxers reaches a fitness level that he thinks is optimal for a fight he can cut down his running and maintain it by doing other things but he wont reach the level required without running



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  3. viru§™

    viru§™ Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    If you want to believe that go ahead.
     
  4. puertorricane

    puertorricane Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    is the truth so you go ahead and believe what you want at least i have experience in the subject you are just making stuff up

    going by what you're saying no athlete needs to use running as part of their training regiment except track athletes

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  5. Johnboy2007

    Johnboy2007 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    well considering this was about roadwork and iv just seen youve changed your oppinion now to including sprints, so any running at all then yes i guess i do run but i dont need long steady roadwork which was the original argument!.

    this is My training that keeps me ticking over until i need to up it

    Day 1
    Circuits

    Day 2

    Lifting And boxing

    Day 3

    Interval Work

    Day 4

    Lifting and boxing

    Day 5

    Sprints

    Day 6

    Bike or Swim (optional)

    Each session is intense non stop for an hour and a half or so. For most of these sessions my heart rate is above normal levels for that entire work (sustained period of time) out thats your cardio with spikes of anaerobic work. If you want details of everything i do in these sessions i could post it but it will take a fair bit of time.

    Now whats your training considering youve decided to make this a how bigs your **** contest :****
     
  6. Johnboy2007

    Johnboy2007 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    it looks really interesting! i hope i get to use on one day!:thumbsup
     
  7. scrap

    scrap Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Johnboy, its Stressful to the Muscles, but not to the CNS :good
     
  8. Johnboy2007

    Johnboy2007 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    from my limited knowledge thats the ultimate goal isnt it? excitiing times! :D
     
  9. scrap

    scrap Boxing Addict Full Member

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    A Funny, people who have used it remark, you dont realize what it is, until youre on it, then get off. :yep
     
  10. KillEmAll

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    Telling me what would be "better" sounds like discredit to me, but If you really have tried and it didn't work for you then fair enough.

    For me running in the morning does not negatively affect performance. I personally love to follow running with various shadow boxing and footwork drills. While eating my breakfast I'm already in a good sharp frame of mind for the day and thinking about my training later.
     
  11. KillEmAll

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    Easy words to type - nice way to avoid the fact that you can't admit neither of us are wrong
     
  12. viru§™

    viru§™ Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    What? I can't admit the fact you're wrong? I've already said you're wrong, Wicksy has also.

    I've told puertorricane about 15 times I don't agree with him that running is a requirement for boxing. I have no clue what you're talking about not being able to admit you're wrong?

    Are you reading these posts or what?
     
  13. scrap

    scrap Boxing Addict Full Member

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    One great thing about Jogging, which has been overlooked. Is giving the Tensor Fascia Lata, the correct Biomechanical workout for Boxing. Plus everything that works of it, gets the same Feel, very important.
     
  14. thehook13

    thehook13 New Member Full Member

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    Id love to get some world champs here. I briefly(because its a dumb question) asked a mate who is a current alphabet title champ why he runs. He basically said it strengthen his legs, increases cardio and stamina, strengthens heart and mind

    He mixes up training but running is the key exercise
     
  15. MrSmall

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    I like chicken, I like liver
     


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