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mrh1275
01-18-2008, 08:48 AM
ive stopped doing weights and at the moment

mon,wed,fri

250 push ups

200 crunches

150 dips

80 pull ups



what effect can i expect to see with this type of training?..will i be burning up any mass?..i keep this workout seperate from my regular boxing and conditioning workouts..appreciate any advice! thanks

DutchDynamite
01-18-2008, 07:39 PM
ive stopped doing weights and at the moment

mon,wed,fri

250 push ups

200 crunches

150 dips

80 pull ups



what effect can i expect to see with this type of training?..will i be burning up any mass?..i keep this workout seperate from my regular boxing and conditioning workouts..appreciate any advice! thanks

you do this in one day or spread out over the 3?
dips and pull ups are very good exercises, any body weight exercise is super and will make you stronger.

It is good to change once a while from weights to body weight only. Do it for a month and see the results.

well done

MnTwins24
01-19-2008, 03:47 PM
you do this in one day or spread out over the 3?
dips and pull ups are very good exercises, any body weight exercise is super and will make you stronger.

It is good to change once a while from weights to body weight only. Do it for a month and see the results.

well done

I do a similar workout. I do my bag work first then I do 50 pushups, 50 situps on the bench, 20 pullups, 50 crossover's on bench. repeat 4 times in a row. takes about 20 minutes pretty tough to do, ecspecially after my bag work. But my upper body is pretty big right now from doing this. I do this everyday except for sundays. But keep with it you'll like the results I guarentee it.

potatoes
01-20-2008, 03:03 PM
If you want to know about high endurance training read Rocky Marciano's biography.

Ell
01-20-2008, 04:06 PM
I'd add more crunches to your workout about 300-400 and also alternate between wide grip and narrow grip pull ups to optimise results then you'll really feel the benefit.