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Default boxing help please! - 12-26-2007, 10:54 AM

what would you advise me to do i wana be a amateur boxer but im gona start boxing when im 16 im 14 now and i was wondering if any of you no any good things i can do to get stamina up etc im doin a workout 3 times a week and im joining gym soon please guys help me out

(if any of you want to add to my routine what will be good for me to do just copy and paste if add urs to it and post please)

mon:3x 10 20lb bench press
3x10 20lb squats
3x10 20lb dead lift
tue:running 1hour (jog)
wed:3x 10 20lb bench press
3x10 20lb squats
3x10 20lb dead lift
thurs:running 1hour (jog)
fri:3x 10 20lb bench press
3x10 20lb squats
3x10 20lb dead lift
sat:rest
sun:rest

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Default 12-26-2007, 10:59 AM

starting this soon



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new workout

mon:
5x5 40lb bench press
5x5 30lb squat
5x5 35lb dead lift
tue:runn 1 hour
wed:
5x5 40lb bench press
5x5 30lb squat
5x5 35lb dead lift
thurs:run 1 hour
fri:
5x5 40lb bench press
5x5 30lb squat
5x5 35lb dead lift
sat:rest and relax
sun:rest and relax

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can you guys please comments if you view the thread |tom|
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Default 12-26-2007, 06:05 PM

Hello Tom,

I have boxed on and off, and against my mate who was the Cornish champ for light-middle.

If you are in the country there are a LOT of outdoor exercises, I used to do a lot of running carrying heavy objects, with them across my back and so on......

Weights are good, for strength more than anything, but running is great, mate used to do 5 miles every morning.

Rowing is good, including machine rowing of course. Lats aid a punch.

Also get yourself a bag and do bag work, a speed ball is great too.

Get some wrist weights, the strap kind, and practice punching with them too.

Best of luck

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Default 12-26-2007, 06:13 PM

thanks mate 2 years training before i actualy go to the boxing gym im joining the workout gym some time soon so il be doin like 1hour cardio a day wen i9 go gym and evry otherday exept saturday and sunday
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Default 12-26-2007, 09:07 PM

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Default 12-27-2007, 11:36 AM

when i was doing boxing i remember my instructer made me do an hour of jumping rope every day, and also lots of crunches.


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Default 12-27-2007, 05:58 PM

some comments guides anything plz
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Default 12-28-2007, 11:34 AM

any1 no anything about boxing then just say
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Default 12-28-2007, 06:36 PM

need some help guys cmon some1 must no somthin
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Default 12-28-2007, 08:53 PM

Tom, I'm not sure, but I don't think there's a whole lot of people here with boxing experience. When searching google, i found this site that might help you.
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Default 12-29-2007, 06:14 AM

cheers ashley wilcox told me that site aswell
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Default 01-06-2008, 10:41 AM

Tom mate,

Main thing is train, and train hard.

If you arent going into it for 2 years, now is the time to GROW muscle weight and height, ALL is welcome, then toward the end of the 2 years, i.e. last 3-4 months put yourself in whippet like shape, fast, all muscle, strong.

Get some of those wrist weight and hammer all hell out of the bag!

Remember, when punching, dont tense up, go in loose, and BANG in the last inch, let all your force and strength out in the last part, stay loose, keep the muscles as batteries, store the energy....ok?

A pro taught me that.

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Default 01-06-2008, 03:28 PM

I boxed when I was sixteen. My dad, a former pro, trained me and we put together a team for a short time.

Like Ben McBen said, building muscle right now is a great focus. Two years gives you alot of time. Cardio is going to build endurance. Mix your modes -- running, swimming, machines, etc.

As for weights, if you're doing 10 reps, make sure it's your 10 rep max. With what looks like an interest in 5 x 5, make sure you look around and understand the program design of 5 x 5. You have a high post count, so I'm assuming you've been looking around IPYU a good bit. Right now, 3 sets of 10 is a better focus. Build muscle before focusing on strength and power.

Back to boxing. Obviously, without a coach there isn't much you can do right now in the way of skill training. Though I agree with most of what Ben McBen said, wrist weights are a bad idea. Aside from uppercuts, they are increasing the resistance in the wrong direction. Also, there is a certain way to throw an effective punch. A jab is different from a cross is different from a hook is different from an uppercut. Without someone to instruct you now, there's a good chance you will learn bad form that a coach will have to spend time unteaching you in the future.

Which brings up this question: why are you waiting two years?


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Default 01-08-2008, 02:55 AM

i dont no was just gona keep fit do weight go gym for 2 years till i leave school then box always liked boxing and amateur boxin and wen im 16 i shud be fit and strong then i can work on techniqes :P
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Default 01-11-2008, 09:57 AM

check out YouTube for some great, free instructional videos. That's helped me out a lot. Search for "jab", "cross", "right hook", "left hook", "uppercut" and so on...good luck
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Default 01-11-2008, 04:34 PM

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Default 01-11-2008, 04:51 PM

whats best thing to do to get speed and stamina better
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