View Full Version : My first day of training for the biggest fight of my life!


Roy Jones Jr.
09-19-2009, 06:30 AM
I call this "THE FIGHT OF MY LIFE"

Im most likely going to weigh in about 245-250 at my official weigh in. And the plan is to go down to 165-170 in a matter of about 6 months

im 5''11 1/2


Ive purchased:

Speed Bag
Stationary Bike
Bench Press
Free Weights

And i have a question for the knowledgeable trainers in here....

#1. Should i do weight training every day or every second day.....i know im suppose to do cardio every day.






Thanks for any input :boxing:

rockymarciano1
09-19-2009, 08:13 AM
you should do weights once or twice a week and try and do sparing 3-4 times a week and take sunday off (so you dont over train)
do light weights with fast reps and do 100m,200m,400m and 800m sprints for stamina (also do long distance runs)

Squirrel
09-19-2009, 08:33 AM
Weights 2-3 times a week. Less if you feel you haven't recovered.

Cardio should only abe 2 or 3 times a week at your stage, especially with your weight; start off light as your joints will be ****ed other wise. Try swimming and walking, then move on to jogs, then finally sprint training.



You purchased a bench, not a bench press btw.

Chr0nic
09-19-2009, 09:10 AM
dont push yourself to hard you might get a heart attack

Equilibrium
09-19-2009, 09:22 AM
I call this "THE FIGHT OF MY LIFE"

Im most likely going to weigh in about 245-250 at my official weigh in. And the plan is to go down to 165-170 in a matter of about 6 months

im 5''11 1/2


Ive purchased:

Speed Bag
Stationary Bike
Bench Press
Free Weights

And i have a question for the knowledgeable trainers in here....

#1. Should i do weight training every day or every second day.....i know im suppose to do cardio every day.






Thanks for any input :boxing:

Thats a good start but you need to understand that if you keep eating garbage you'll stay fat. Training is only one part of the equation.

oniham
09-19-2009, 10:55 AM
What kind of weight training are you guys doing? I'd like to get a weight training routine to supplement my boxing training

mrboxer
09-19-2009, 11:28 AM
why dont you stay at 250 work on using that weight into power like foreman,:boxing:

Joachim
09-20-2009, 07:53 PM
why dont you stay at 250 work on using that weight into power like foreman,:boxing:
just forget the weights and strap cars to yourself and start pulling

Don Johnson
09-21-2009, 01:14 PM
I call this "THE FIGHT OF MY LIFE"

Im most likely going to weigh in about 245-250 at my official weigh in. And the plan is to go down to 165-170 in a matter of about 6 months

im 5''11 1/2


Ive purchased:

Speed Bag
Stationary Bike
Bench Press
Free Weights

And i have a question for the knowledgeable trainers in here....

#1. Should i do weight training every day or every second day.....i know im suppose to do cardio every day.






Thanks for any input :boxing:

dude I'm tellin you, I used to date A thai girl. She cooked this awesome rice and that's almost all i would eat. I was able to get down from 158 to 150 before I deployed to afghanistan(I'm 6'1" BTW). That was in at matter of a month, I was in shape just wanted t lose some pounds and get in even better shape. It's fried rice, it was chicken, pork, beef, or seafood along with Rice, vegetables, and pineapple, and eggs.. Very Very good for you, gives you lots of energy. Healthy asian food is very very good for weight loss.

rskumm21
09-21-2009, 04:12 PM
I call this "THE FIGHT OF MY LIFE"

Im most likely going to weigh in about 245-250 at my official weigh in. And the plan is to go down to 165-170 in a matter of about 6 months

im 5''11 1/2


Ive purchased:

Speed Bag
Stationary Bike
Bench Press
Free Weights

And i have a question for the knowledgeable trainers in here....

#1. Should i do weight training every day or every second day.....i know im suppose to do cardio every day.






Thanks for any input :boxing:

It doesn't matter. Hopkins will own you.

supRa
09-21-2009, 06:45 PM
lies.............

putaloco
09-29-2009, 08:57 PM
why dont you stay at 250 work on using that weight into power like foreman,:boxing:
because he's only 5'11

915
09-29-2009, 09:49 PM
It doesn't matter. Hopkins will own you.

He eats SOULS!!!!