Would like some advice with a Weight-Lifting Routine for Boxing

Discussion in 'Boxing Training' started by Bogotazo, Feb 10, 2012.


  1. Thomas!!

    Thomas!! Guest

    Way to avoid anything I said
     
  2. Thomas!!

    Thomas!! Guest

    please explain, as I am so lacking in knowledge how did I achieve good fitness levels and a ripped muscular physique? surely someone with a lack of knowledge like me couldn't achieve it because I'm so stupid and know so little about training in the correct way?
     
  3. BladeJrs

    BladeJrs N/A Full Member

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    Before you said high weight - low reps is what builds muscle. Now you're saying your high reps routine is what got you ripped and muscular. So which is it?
     
  4. Juan Ma Lopez

    Juan Ma Lopez Active Member Full Member

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    Its one or the other. Weights can't make you a better fighter.
     
  5. Bogotazo

    Bogotazo Amateur Full Member

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    :huh

    It can make you a stronger, more physical fighter.
     
  6. doylexxx

    doylexxx Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    light weight babbbyyyyyyyy !!!

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  7. brown bomber

    brown bomber 2010 Poster of the Year Full Member

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    Some of the thickest people I know are also the most muscular
     
  8. scrap

    scrap Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Try light weights, while doing proprioceptive workouts, results are remarkable as regards functional Strength Gains. Highly recommend.
     
  9. brown bomber

    brown bomber 2010 Poster of the Year Full Member

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    Gis an example scrap
     
  10. scrap

    scrap Boxing Addict Full Member

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    A qiucky 2, 15lb Dumbells in Hands. Stand on dominant leg the lesser side keeping it straight put it behind you straight as you bend from the waist, your body is now the letter T. Now start throwing shots to the floor with Dumbells with your Dominant eye shut, Enjoy :D
     
  11. Lol scrap is clearly VERY knowledgeable so much so that noone can understand what in the hell hes talking about! ( or at least I dont! )
     
  12. viru§™

    viru§™ Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    You have low body fat which isn't too difficult for just about anyone. Congrats...

    How much can you squat, deadlift, overhead press, bench and how many pull-ups can you do?
     
  13. viru§™

    viru§™ Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    It seems to "work" for you? You worked this out how? It's not improving speed and strength so what is it doing?

    So you don't stretch then?

    Actually it isn't.

    If you can do 20 or more you add weight or do another variation.

    You either don't understand (which is most likely) or you're being purposely missleading.
     
  14. El Puma

    El Puma between rage and serenity Full Member

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    There goes your credibility. Chalk another one up to going "full ******"

    "I so muscular,blah blah blah"

    Hey dumbass, this thread is about a weight lifting routine for BOXING. NOT the Mr. Olympia.

    Where the **** do these ******s come from anyway?:patsch
     
  15. scrap

    scrap Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Bumpy, try this one get a Fit Ball, Let the Air out so its half full. Then sit on it, feet of the Floor, Dumbbells in either Hand. Now start Shadow Boxing, keeping the feet of the Floor, staying balanced, you are working everything.
     


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