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 always hustlin' Full Member

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

    Texascyclone always hustlin' Full Member

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

    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

    Texascyclone always hustlin' Full Member

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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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  7. Michal Hanry

    Michal Hanry New Member Full Member

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    I suggest you to do a variety of workouts which include sparring, mitts, shadow boxing, double end bags and jumprope.Instead of using heavy bags double end bags should be preferred as they will make you more accurate and will help you to train your reflexes.