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VBoxer
01-21-2008, 01:58 AM
Heres a typical day for me.... tell me what you think, and add yours also.


1.) Morning: go for 3 mile run
2.) After run, hit the gym with some weight work
3.) Evening boxing gym
start - stretching
- 5 rounds shadowboxing
- 5 rounds on speed bag
- one day spare/ one day mitts
- 5 rounds on heavy bag
- 3 rounds on double-end bag
- pushups and situps
finish - jump rope

Thats a typical day for me. Give me some advice or other things and ways to do the routine. THANKS!

ruffhouse26
01-22-2008, 12:03 AM
1. wake up at 5 a.m.
*stretch and warm up bout 10 min.
*start run bout 5:15 a.m.
*i run 3-4 miles
2. take a shower and eat
3. go to school
*i drink bout a gallon of water during school
*i eat little meals during classes
4. after school Mon., Wed., and Fri. i lift after school before gymwork
5. gymwork consists of
*stretch and warm up
*shadowbox bout 10 min.
*speedbag for 20 min.
*heavybag pety-pat non-stop for 30 min.
*shadowbox bout 5 min.
*Ab work
*punch mitts
*jump rope
6. I Spar eveyday, it varies during gymwork
7. Shower up and do homework
8. eat dinner and chill
9. go to bed at 10 p.m.


I'm an amatuer boxer 42-3-21ko's.

bobweaver
01-22-2008, 01:59 PM
where are you from ruff

Unanimous
02-01-2008, 08:15 AM
Wow Ruff that's some training regime you got there.

I only do my training for keeping fit. My regime consists of Ab work, weights & the punchbag. I don't do running (had a bad leg break a couple of years ago and running gives a lot of pain) though I intend to start doing a lot of hillwalking as there are loads here in Scotland to tackle.

Having a fulltime job which entails a 22 mile drive to get there means I have to leave early (7am) and get back late (7pm). I prepare all my meals from scratch so that takes a lot of time too. I generally don't get to train till about 9pm, and then I just do the aforementioned excercises for 45mins then shower, then chill, then bed.

Thankfully I do all this for fun and keeping fit, I don't know how I'd find the time if I was to take boxing up as a sport.

No1
02-01-2008, 11:39 AM
1. wake up at 5 a.m.
*stretch and warm up bout 10 min.
*start run bout 5:15 a.m.
*i run 3-4 miles
2. take a shower and eat
3. go to school
*i drink bout a gallon of water during school
*i eat little meals during classes
4. after school Mon., Wed., and Fri. i lift after school before gymwork
5. gymwork consists of
*stretch and warm up
*shadowbox bout 10 min.
*speedbag for 20 min.
*heavybag pety-pat non-stop for 30 min.
*shadowbox bout 5 min.
*Ab work
*punch mitts
*jump rope
6. I Spar eveyday, it varies during gymwork
7. Shower up and do homework
8. eat dinner and chill
9. go to bed at 10 p.m.


I'm an amatuer boxer 42-3-21ko's.
that i a damm good amature record is its true. I wonder if DAICATAS will slag you off cause you gor 3 losses on your record lol

CardioMonster
02-01-2008, 11:42 AM
I would increase your running, 3-4 miles isn`t enough, you should be running at least 5-6 on a daily basis.

sukhenkoy
02-01-2008, 11:47 AM
Vboxer do you do that routine everyday?

Mine is like this: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are boxing gym days.

Tuesday and Thursday are pool and pullups + pushups.

Sunday is just abs.

At the gym I usually do a warmup of jump-rope, pushups, situps, burpies, 6 inches, jumping jacks, leg squats, etc. Then we usually do about 12 rounds of bag work, alternating bags every 3 rounds or so (so I get different heavy bags, speed bags). Sometimes I do mitt work with a trainer. Some days we also do intense workouts with squats, ab work, etc.

Tuesdays and Thursdays I do 150 pullups and about 320 pushups (in sets). I also do 50 minutes of ab work and 40 one-arm pushups (in sets). I swim 1 kilometer at the pool and sit in the sauna for about 15 minutes.

Sunday: 50 minutes of ab work. More like a day of rest.

I will start running at night soon everyday, starting with something like 1 mile and building up to 4.

Good workouts vboxer and ruff!

Unanimous
02-01-2008, 11:59 AM
Jeez! Where do you guys find the time!

nedcmk1
02-01-2008, 12:39 PM
i'll fill in for those who haven't posted yet,,,,

I awake at 3am on mon-wed-fri and run a full marathon in 2:30:30, 26.5 miles. I do this in workboots because I am old school.

On tues and thurs i do intervals/sprints. For my sprints i do 1 mile sprints in 4:25 no longer with 30 sec rest breaks. Instead of hill sprints i climb a 10,000ft sheer cliff with no powder, gloves, hooks, shoes, carabiners ect....

Then I go to work.

At lunch break I lift. I do 305lb squats 20x10, 225lb bench 20x5, and 10x10 snatches at 175lbs.

Then comes my actual boxing.

45 minute streadmill
stretching
15 rounds rope while squating no rests between rounds.
12 rounds sparring because i like to add the championship rounds
8 rounds of pads
15 rounds no breaks on the heave
5 rounds double end bag
5 rounds speed bag

then calisthenics...

1600 pushups
250 pullups
10,000 situps
500 burpees
6000 squats

then i sleep 12 hours.

i have a record 125-0-1 and a streetfight record of 400 - 0

nedcmk1
02-01-2008, 12:41 PM
some people are immune to overtraining......

my example diet is:

Breakfast

2 cups broken glass with a bit of honey
3 yards of barbed wire
and a cup of gasoline


Lunch:

I usually get take out and order live goldfish and i eat them instead of taking fish oil caps.

Then i generally just chew on some nails.


Pre Training Snack:

I usually just chew on a 220volt power cord thats plugged in while i stand in a tub of water


Dinner:

Usually some more galss, no honey and chew on some more nails.




In my spare time i like to handle angry rattlesnakes and wrestle alligators.

VBoxer
02-01-2008, 01:02 PM
what do you guys usually do on the double-end bag? i dont know if i'm using it right......

nedcmk1
02-01-2008, 02:10 PM
punch it, and when it swings back at you move your head..... lol.


use it to work on timing, rolling, bobbing weaving. the most important part is just like any other bag.... control the bag, dont let the bag control you.

Ell
02-01-2008, 02:31 PM
I hardly ever participate in boxing but I train a lot for general fitness. My daily routine is as follows, on weekends I usually do more but stick to the same sort of routine.

Onc a week I will get up in the morning and run 8kms (just over 5 miles)
After school I will start by warming up and then jumping rope for 30mins-45mins.
After the jump rope I'll do 150 crunches, varying between variations of crunches.
Then I'll do around 100 press ups, usually sets of 20-25
Then 150 crunches before dinner.
After dinner I'll start by warming up again and doing 150 more crunches.
Jump rope 12 x 3 minute rounds with minute rest between each round.
Another 100 press ups
75 suppinated chin ups, sets of 15-20 for the first 50, 5 sets of 5 dead hang pull ups. Then 25 pronated chin ups, 15 regular and 10 dead hang.
Another set of 150 crunches

*Depending on time left in the day I may do more press ups and go for an evening 3 mile run if I haven't ran in the moring*

It's not really a boxing specific routine but it's good for general fitness and could be adapted for a boxer.

Ell
02-01-2008, 02:31 PM
I hardly ever participate in boxing but I train a lot for general fitness. My daily routine is as follows, on weekends I usually do more but stick to the same sort of routine.

Once a week I will get up in the morning and run 8kms (just over 5 miles)
After school I will start by warming up and then jumping rope for 30mins-45mins.
After the jump rope I'll do 150 crunches, varying between variations of crunches.
Then I'll do around 100 press ups, usually sets of 20-25
Then 150 crunches before dinner.
After dinner I'll start by warming up again and doing 150 more crunches.
Jump rope 12 x 3 minute rounds with minute rest between each round.
Another 100 press ups
75 suppinated chin ups, sets of 15-20 for the first 50, 5 sets of 5 dead hang pull ups. Then 25 pronated chin ups, 15 regular and 10 dead hang.
Another set of 150 crunches

*Depending on time left in the day I may do more press ups and go for an evening 3 mile run if I haven't ran in the moring*

It's not really a boxing specific routine but it's good for general fitness and could be adapted for a boxer.

aussieboxer2320
02-01-2008, 08:20 PM
its skool holidays right now in australia so ive eased u on training a little but as im fighting at the end of march and i go bak to skool on tuesday im back into my usual routine which is like,

monday, wedensday and possibly one day at another gym for sparring are gym days

gym work is 4x3 min rounds skipping, some footwork drills, light contact technical sparring, padwork, sparring, fitness drills/bagwork and then abs and warm down

at home i usually run on tuesdays, thursdays, fridays and on saturday i do bagwork, shadowboxing, floor to ceiling ball etc push ups..... i sometimes run on gym days if ive gotten to bed on time and feel good, i usually run either a 4km track at about 12 kmph (i worked it out) or a 7.5 km track at about 10 kmph on sundays i just rest or ride my bike around with friends i also ride around on other days for a bit of fun and additonal fitness to my boxing stuff

aussieboxer2320
02-01-2008, 08:20 PM
im 13 by the way

VBoxer
02-01-2008, 11:32 PM
when do you guys usually jump rope? and, for how long?

aussieboxer2320
02-02-2008, 05:12 AM
nearly everyday, in 3 min rounds at the gym but for about 20 minutes non stop at home, doing double jumps, cross overs moving around like you would in the ring while skipping lifting your feet alternately off the ground etc..usually at a medium to fast pace

Ell
02-03-2008, 11:27 AM
when do you guys usually jump rope? and, for how long?

First thing when I get home from school. If I plan to go for a jog in the evening I'll do about 30 minutes non stop or twelve 3 minute rounds. If I'm not going for a jog I'll do anything up to an hour but usually about 45 minutes. It depends how I feel when I'm going, some days I'm knackered at 30 minutes and others I feel like I can go all day.

Kayo
02-03-2008, 01:24 PM
monday-friday

Wake up 3:30am get rdy, run to work, shower. Finish up at 2. Lift weights, go home take a nap.
Kickboxing at 615 which consists of static stretching
2 rounds of skipping
2 rounds of shadow boxing
4-5 rounds of pads
2-3 rounds of heavy bag
Bodyweight stuff.

715 Brazlian Jiu Jitsu which is basicaly work on different moves then wrestle.

8-9 Competition Class which is ends up being pretty random to what we do. Its what our trainer feels like makin us do.

Thats my monday and wednesday

Tues n Thurs is the same up until 5:45 where i have no Gi grappling then i have kickboxing after same routine but i spar after.

Friday Open Matt i usualy go and skip for a few rounds, shadow box hit the pads and do some medicine ball work and see whos up for sparring or wrestling.

Saturday is Open Matt and i make it there when i can and i usualy do the same as Friday.

I try to lift weights about 4x a week and am doing boxing/kickboxing training a minimum of 5 days a week