View Full Version : My Exercise Scheme! Good Or Not?


EXIGE
05-15-2005, 07:50 PM
Here is my exercise scheme which i will do almost every day for the next month and then if it works indefinetly. (cant do everyday because i have exams on sum days)
- 20 press ups (starting amount - goes up by 5 a day). 3x
- 25 sit ups (starting amount - goes up by 10 a day). 3x
- 2/3 mile run and jog session.
- Rest and revise for exam.
- Squat thrusts (100+ slowly increasing every day) 2x
- maybe a walk on certain days for about 2 miles.
- slow/warm down style exercises.
I plan to do these simply to get into a bit more shape. this is of course to supplement me going to boxing 2wice a week. even that might move up to 3 times a week if i get a lot better. (have to be quite good to go 3 times otherwise club say no).

What do people think on this routine. i think it is quite easy but i dont want to go overboard.

Can people post what they do as their exercise routines each day. that is if they do any :P

Tha Greatest
05-15-2005, 08:23 PM
Here is my exercise scheme which i will do almost every day for the next month and then if it works indefinetly. (cant do everyday because i have exams on sum days)
- 20 press ups (starting amount - goes up by 5 a day). 3x
- 25 sit ups (starting amount - goes up by 10 a day). 3x
- 2/3 mile run and jog session.
- Rest and revise for exam.
- Squat thrusts (100+ slowly increasing every day) 2x
- maybe a walk on certain days for about 2 miles.
- slow/warm down style exercises.
I plan to do these simply to get into a bit more shape. this is of course to supplement me going to boxing 2wice a week. even that might move up to 3 times a week if i get a lot better. (have to be quite good to go 3 times otherwise club say no).

What do people think on this routine. i think it is quite easy but i dont want to go overboard.

Can people post what they do as their exercise routines each day. that is if they do any :P

If you want to be a fighter...

add some shadowboxing, heavybag, speedbag, sparring, pushups, more abwork, lots of squats and leg work, some sprint work, etc. and that would be a solid program

Dont worry about goin overboard, that routine is not even close to overtraining so u fine..

EXIGE
05-15-2005, 08:27 PM
i realised it wasnt close to overtraining as i had stated.

what do u think i do at boxing??? i do shadowboxing, bag work blah blah when i go there.

thanks for the thoughts anyway.

EXIGE
05-15-2005, 08:28 PM
what do u do in ur routine??? name roughly an average day at the gym or watever.

the_painless
05-15-2005, 09:04 PM
just got a query! I see it a lot from boxers but what is the big idea of running on hard surfaces such as concrete? whenever i run i try to stay on grassed surfaces because everytime i run on roads it hurts my shins, calves, and feet. Does anyone else have this problem? It just seems as though it can place incredible shock on some parts of the legs and feet.

Tha Greatest
05-16-2005, 12:18 AM
what do u do in ur routine??? name roughly an average day at the gym or watever.
you gave me bad karma when I was trying to help out everyone so I aint tellin u ****

EXIGE
05-28-2005, 09:40 AM
yea i gave u bad karma cos u gave me bad karma for no reason asswipe.

Tha Greatest
05-28-2005, 01:50 PM
yea i gave u bad karma cos u gave me bad karma for no reason asswipe.
shut ur ***** ass up ok?

When did I give you bad karma?

.::|ULTIMATE|::.
05-28-2005, 02:33 PM
just got a query! I see it a lot from boxers but what is the big idea of running on hard surfaces such as concrete? whenever i run i try to stay on grassed surfaces because everytime i run on roads it hurts my shins, calves, and feet. Does anyone else have this problem? It just seems as though it can place incredible shock on some parts of the legs and feet.

That is a common problem, and is recommended to run as you do, soft areas. They say even running on asphalt as opposed to concrete makes a difference.

Tha Greatest
05-28-2005, 04:09 PM
That is a common problem, and is recommended to run as you do, soft areas. They say even running on asphalt as opposed to concrete makes a difference.
As my old trainer said, if you don't run on a track, you have no chance of becoming a champ...

EXIGE
05-28-2005, 04:36 PM
shut ur ***** ass up ok?

When did I give you bad karma?
ok u have given me bad karma before on other posts simply for stating my opinion. then u gave me bad karma randomly one day and got pissed off. so i vowed to give u bad karma next time i c u. u posted on my thread (there was my opportunity). SHHH

EXIGE
05-28-2005, 04:39 PM
As my old trainer said, if you don't run on a track, you have no chance of becoming a champ...
wdf ur trainer has no idea then.
so ur trainer said if u want to be like tyson and marciano run on tracks like they did. WRONG! they didnt run on tracks and look at them in their individual careers.

ur trainer knows **** if he said that and even tracks can often be tough surfaces.

the key is comfy footwear preferably "****es" if u wanna run.

Tha Greatest
05-28-2005, 06:35 PM
wdf ur trainer has no idea then.
so ur trainer said if u want to be like tyson and marciano run on tracks like they did. WRONG! they didnt run on tracks and look at them in their individual careers.

ur trainer knows **** if he said that and even tracks can often be tough surfaces.

the key is comfy footwear preferably "****es" if u wanna run.
LOL!!!!!!!! hahahahah

man, I was joking hahahahaha

It was my old stupid ass trainer said..stupidest **** I've ever heard from someone
LOL!

EXIGE
05-28-2005, 07:53 PM
well me and uz alrite now ... i said that when i thought u were a dick and yea it was a dumb comment. lol

boxer Of thE World
05-28-2005, 11:13 PM
jumping rope would be good to ad but thats just my preference and opinion

Tha Greatest
05-28-2005, 11:54 PM
well me and uz alrite now ... i said that when i thought u were a dick and yea it was a dumb comment. lol
ya man we cool now

but that was my old trainer, i left him for a reason LOL

The_One77
05-31-2005, 08:58 PM
Here is my exercise scheme which i will do almost every day for the next month and then if it works indefinetly. (cant do everyday because i have exams on sum days)
- 20 press ups (starting amount - goes up by 5 a day). 3x
- 25 sit ups (starting amount - goes up by 10 a day). 3x
- 2/3 mile run and jog session.
- Rest and revise for exam.
- Squat thrusts (100+ slowly increasing every day) 2x
- maybe a walk on certain days for about 2 miles.
- slow/warm down style exercises.
I plan to do these simply to get into a bit more shape. this is of course to supplement me going to boxing 2wice a week. even that might move up to 3 times a week if i get a lot better. (have to be quite good to go 3 times otherwise club say no).

What do people think on this routine. i think it is quite easy but i dont want to go overboard.

Can people post what they do as their exercise routines each day. that is if they do any :P


i don't know about u but i really struggle to study and workout in the same day, when i study i start to get agitated and really want to workout.

EXIGE
06-01-2005, 08:20 PM
Its easy. Workouts (well that 1 at least) takes about 2-3 hours max out of the day. Thats if u did it all at once but i spread it over the day.

.::|ULTIMATE|::.
06-01-2005, 10:41 PM
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rsl
06-03-2005, 06:33 PM
just got a query! I see it a lot from boxers but what is the big idea of running on hard surfaces such as concrete? whenever i run i try to stay on grassed surfaces because everytime i run on roads it hurts my shins, calves, and feet. Does anyone else have this problem? It just seems as though it can place incredible shock on some parts of the legs and feet.Yeah I can totally relate I avoid running on concrete as much as possible, it just doesn't have any give, so I either run at a dirt track or a track w/ a synthetic surface but I feel I get more out of a workout by running on trails. The beach is cool too.