Training at home ?

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  1. venkatesh

    venkatesh New Member Full Member

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    Can anyone tell me a few good workouts to do at home for hand speed , punching power , agility and footwork ?
     
  2. Texascyclone

    Texascyclone Member Full Member

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    Handspeed- shadowboxing
    Power- Heavy bag
    agility - jump rope
    footwork- speed ladder
     
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  3. Texascyclone

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    10-15 second heavy bag punching "sprints" are good for hand speed too.
     
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    HUSTLINGHAT New Member Full Member

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    depends on what equipment you have.

    Put agility and footwork= skipping
    Footwork= Speed ladder and just normal repetition of proper movement
    Hand speed= hard to work on because of weighted punches/ shadow boxing throwing shots as fast as possible is terrible for your elbows
    Punching power= correct technique, lower body strength exercises and explosive core rotation exercises
     
  5. jimmyonebomb

    jimmyonebomb Member Full Member

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    I do this in my yard quite a bit. Sometimes ill just do a mile run, then 10 rounds of shadow boxing, then a little circuit. I think shadow boxing is underated by a lot of people and can be helpful for all the above to differing degrees, even power, not so much swinging you arms right through etc but working on footwork , hip rotation etc that gives power
     
  6. Texascyclone

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    I agree 100%. Intense, fundamentally correct shadow boxing is a tremendously effective workout. A little bagwork, skipping, floorwork, and some running and I think its all you need. Plus some sparring if you plan to compete.
     
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