Strength and conditioning help

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by Jozzy164, Oct 1, 2018.

  1. Jozzy164

    Jozzy164 New Member Full Member

    Oct 1, 2018
    hi guys just after some strength and conditioning tips. I’m 31 6ft 102kg been boxing for about 3yrs had A few fights and am looking to jump back in the ring next year.

    This is my goal to go look good, be explosive, be strong, be fit, and maintain the sort of bodybuilding type look and still bang on for 3 rounds. I under stand that body building and boxing are different and it’s pretty much do one or the other but honestly both make me feel good so I’m doin both. I’m not trying to be the worlds best boxer or the worlds biggest body builder lol I just want bang on and look good so ur this is the routine I’ve come up with, reckon it’s too much? Too less? Wrong exercises? It’s good it’s bad?

    Mon am:boxing
    Tues am: 1min bench press
    1min bent over row
    1min shoulderpress
    1min chin-ups
    1min squats
    1min deadlift
    1min rest then repeat 5times
    Wed am:boxing
    Thurs am:same as tues
    Friday pm:sparring
    Sat am:boxing

    That routine look alright to you guys ? Wen I’m we do the push ups and all that **** but for strength and conditioning with weights I’m
    Sort of stuck with exercises so I figure compound movements and high reps will be the go.

    I fight at 90.9 so buy the time
    I fight next I’ll be around that weight now I’ve broke my hand about 11 months ago and have only been back at trading 8 weeks that’s why I’m
    A fatttt dawg atm

  2. cross_trainer

    cross_trainer Bergeron Avatar Club Full Member

    Jun 30, 2005
    Why are you measuring weight training exercises by time rather than repetitions? Are you doing them purely as a stamina building exercise?
    aaalbert likes this.
  3. Jozzy164

    Jozzy164 New Member Full Member

    Oct 1, 2018
    At first I was doing 3 min rounds sort of mimicing a round so trying to be explosive for 3 min then 1 min brake but time restraints it’s ezier to do six min straight, I average about 30reps on each thing (besides chin ups I on get 12 10 10 8 8) so for yea for stamina but I also remember from bodybuilding time under tension is way builds muscle so I figured 1 min is a good time to be under tension
  4. Texascyclone

    Texascyclone Member Full Member

    Oct 15, 2013
    On your lifting days i would do the same exercises but cut your sets to 3 and reps from 3-5 to promote power instead of just gassing your muscles and joints.
    don owens likes this.
  5. Wass1985

    Wass1985 Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Feb 18, 2012
    Go with a full body routine 2 or 3 times a week as well as boxing and eat like a horse.

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