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What is you daily/weekly training schedule?

Discussion in 'Boxing Training / Amateurs' started by iksrtfo, Jun 21, 2007.



  1. iksrtfo

    iksrtfo Jedi Knight of Poon Full Member

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    Monday-Run mile
    boxing training-heavy bag,circling, shadow boxing, speed bag, defense drills, body sparring, focus mitts, jump rope, punching pad
    abs

    Tuesday-run mile
    boxing training-same as monday

    Wednesday-run mile
    boxing training-timing bag, slip bag, circling, heavy bag, focus mitts, light sparring drills, body sparring weight training

    Thursday-Sparring

    Friday-rest

    Saturday-same as wednesday/weight training

    Sunday-conditioning/weight training

    Should I add anything? The reason I spar to the body so much is because I don't have alot of time to go running and try to supplement it
    with body sparring.
     
  2. Dennis

    Dennis Gym Rat Full Member

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    Monday to Friday:
    Boxing training at the gym (mitts, heavy bag, sparring etc.) + Jumping rope...

    Monday, Wednesday and Friday:
    Gymnastics at the boxing gym.(abs, core strength, push ups etc.) I can also do this on Tuesday and Thursday but that would be too much for the muscles I think, so I keep those days strictly for technical training.

    Saturday:
    Running + Overall leg strength training with machines + sometimes some extra abs/obliques training. Finishing off with sauna.

    Sunday:
    Rest
     
  3. jimmie

    jimmie Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Recently do to a few moves I havent been able to train in any BJJ so im basically just using boxing for my combat training.

    Sunday - 20 minutes on the Treadmill, Some Abwork, Just some hard Weight Training using every main muscle group.

    Monday - Run 4 miles, 3 rounds Shadow Box with Weights, 3 rounds Shadow Box manily focusing on footwork, Bagwork (Double-End Bag,Heavy Bag), 200 situps, 50 Pushups.

    Tuesday - Rest

    Wednesday - 25 minutes on the Treadmill then some Weight Training and Abs.

    Thursday - Run 4 miles, 3 rounds Weighted Shadow Boxing, 3 rounds footwork Shadow Boxing, Double-End and Heavybag, 200 situps and 50 pushups.

    Friday - 15 minutes on the treadmill, Weight training focusing on all major body parts, Then a nice Swim.

    Saturday - 3 mile run then I finish up with a 100 yard sprint, Later some simple bag work (Heavybag and Double-End) Ab work.

    I have a job now and start next week so soon ill go back to a Boxing or possibly a BJJ gym and get a better workout and try to get some PRO fights.
     
  4. MrSmall

    MrSmall Member Full Member

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    Wait for Machavelli to post his, that's some good ****.
     
  5. Relentless

    Relentless Boxing Junkie booted

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    monday wednesday and fridays boxing training.

    tuesdays i do sprints or other forms of conditioning (circuit training)

    thursdays plyometrics

    saturdays i lift and sundays i rest.
     
  6. Nwil

    Nwil Active Member Full Member

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    It's interesting, the variety throughout each person's schedule

    anyway,

    monday, wednesday, friday - strength training (calisthenics, plyos and weights), and boxing (jumping rope, shadow boxing, sometimes mitts, heavy bag, speed bag) with core and neckwork

    tuesday, thursday- sprints, boxing at gym (jumping rope, mitts, some heavybag, sparring)

    saturday - some light boxing, maybe a run
    sunday - maybe a run, mainly rest
     
  7. Spitfire

    Spitfire Pugilistic Pupil Full Member

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    Monday - 2 hours at the gym.

    Tuesday - 2 mile+ run.

    Wednesday - 2 hours at the gym.

    Thursday - 2 mile+ run.

    Friday - Hour+ workout at home.

    Weekend - Manual labour - Lots of digging, sledgehammering etc. Good for old school training :)
     
  8. iksrtfo

    iksrtfo Jedi Knight of Poon Full Member

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    When in the gym how many rounds do you train?

    Last night I :
    ran 1 mile
    4 rds of jump rope
    2 rds of show boxing
    3 rds heavy bag
    3 rds speed bag
    1 rd circling
    1 rd throw punches while friend blocked @ 30%
    1 rd blocking
    1 rd sparring to body
    1 rd punching big pad

    17 rounds does not sound like alot. I was thinking of doing 4 rounds of everything. I think 20-25 rounds should be good.
     
  9. fernando4cv3

    fernando4cv3 Member Full Member

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    monday-thursday
    1 mile run to the gym
    3 rounds jump rope
    3 rounds speed bag
    3 rounds heavy bag
    30 pullups
    500- ab excercises
    200- pushups in sets
    100- squats
    3-5 rounds sparring

    friday
    6 mile run in the morning
    3 rounds jump rope
    3 rounds speed bag
    3 rounds heavy bag
    30 pullups
    500 ab excercises
    200 pushups
    100 squats
    5 rounds sparring

    Saturday
    weight workout

    sunday
    rest

    i hope to be able to do friday workouts mon-sat by the end of the year
     
  10. haggler2167

    haggler2167 BLUE MOON!! Full Member

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    run every morning mon-fri (tues an thurs sprints) monday night = boxing gym
    tuesday night= i go to a gym to do swimming treadmill maybe a few weight machines and what not.
    wednesday=boxing training
    thursday=same as tuesday
    friday= boxing traing
    weekend= rest
     
  11. Spitfire

    Spitfire Pugilistic Pupil Full Member

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    I generally do 8 rounds on the heavybag, 8 rounds of skipping and 2 rounds on the pads.

    Getting back into it after a year out due to a back injury so no sparring as of yet, that will replace a few skipping rounds when I'm asked to do it.
     
  12. Bill1234

    Bill1234 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Go to gym tuesday and wednsday. All rounds are 3 minutes, and break is 1 minute. I stretch before I start.


    1. Shadow box and dance around ring for 3 rounds.

    2. Hit heavybag for 4 rounds, the last minute of each round I punch as hard and fast as I can for the full minute.

    3. Do 80 situps in a row on an incline board set at a 45 degree angle with a 5lbs weight on my chest.

    4. Jump rope for 4 rounds (no brake for the first 2)

    5. Hit the mits for 4 rounds

    6. Run on tread mill for 15 min.

    7. Hit double end bag for 3 rounds

    8. Hit speed bag for 4 rounds

    9. Bob and weave under rope for 2 rounds.


    This is the usual schedual I have. Obviously sometimes it gets switched up. When I spar, I will drop doing the mits, treadmill (until after wards) and I do everything else, just not quite so long. Like I might only hit the heavybag for 2 rounds with out the all out at the end.
     
  13. RockOn33

    RockOn33 Member Full Member

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    mines pretty basic right now:
    1 mile every morning (just started running, knock it up to 2 miles soon)

    Boxing gym(every monday, tuesday, and thursday):
    stretch, 3x10 push ups, 3x10 situps, 3x10 supermans
    6-8 rounds jump rope
    4 rounds heavy bag
    4 rounds double end bag
    When possible, 2 rounds of mitts, sparring, or ring work with another guy...
    4 rounds doing what my coach calls "the line", basically jumping over a line different ways, just to get a little easier on my feet and a little extra cardio.

    its pretty simple right now, but im trying to get into shape, so i do a lot of jump roping

    plan on working A LOT harder when i get my license, so i can be there consistently, and join another non boxing gym so i could do other training
     
  14. Bill1234

    Bill1234 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Oh, sometimes I don't do the double end bag, and I do the slip bag, pretty much what ever is up.
     
  15. BeGGeRs

    BeGGeRs god Full Member

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    Mon, tue, thur,

    Run 2 miles
    Stretch off
    Run 2 miles back to gym including hill sprints and stairs
    Stretch off
    6 x skip
    10 x bag
    couple of rounds shadow boxing
    Either pad work or sparring
    Circuit

    Wed, fri, sun

    4 x Shadow boxing
    10 x 1 minute rounds skip 15 sec breaks
    6 x 1 minute bags 15 sec breaks
    4 x 30 secs bags 10 sec breaks
    4 x 15 secs bags 5 sec breaks
    Hard Circuit