View Full Version : workout routine to get in body shape?


Chriskavouris
10-10-2010, 09:04 PM
im 17 and cant get my boxer liscence yet so jus a warning i do NOT have to cut weight anytime soon so i dont have to worry about cutting weight anytime soon juss wanted to let u kno befre i got a bash of comments. i wanna do this routine to get not only in fighting shape but a good body shape ya kno.

monday - lifting
pushups, shoulder press, chest press, chest flys

1 round of shadow boxing
1 round of bagwork
1 round of jumprope

tuesday - cardio / abs
1 round of shadow boxing
1 round of bagwork
1 round of jumprope

wednsday - lifting
bicep curl, tricep extension, hammer curl, risistance cable tricep extension, and finish off with air squats for legs

1 round of shadow boxing
1 round of bagwork
1 round of jumprope


thursday - cardio / abs
1 round of shadow boxing
1 round of bagwork
1 round of jumprope

friday - lifting
back lifting 2 or 3 exercizes for back , shoulder shrugss and upright rows for traps

1 round of shadow boxing
1 round of bagwork
1 round of jumprope

sat - cardio / abs

Del Coqui
10-10-2010, 09:43 PM
this is a very very basic routine. Once you start, pick it up.

julianmarble
10-12-2010, 12:38 PM
Indeed, that was basic routine but I believe it could help us for our body shaping. Anyway, I just want to try it out. Thanks for a great ideas.

questionare
10-13-2010, 05:26 PM
Indeed, that was basic routine but I believe it could help us for our body shaping. Anyway, I just want to try it out. Thanks for a great ideas.

Well, I believe you have to increase the number of rounds for the training related to boxing (bag, shadow, jump rope)

The reason behind this, is you need to make your body get used to recover between rounds, so have 3 rounds of jump rope; with 1 min rest between rounds, have the same for shadow & bag....

Also, you have to think about adding morning jogging & running... it is a great workout... that increases ur stamina

Good Luck

oaklandstephen
10-13-2010, 06:52 PM
3 rounds a day aint gonna get u in fightin shape.

sam1222
10-14-2010, 06:14 AM
I'd suggest a powerbuilding routine or stronglifts 5x5, and bodyweight circuits, burpees,squats,press ups, pull ups etc, but build your boxing drills up slowly. get your footwork sorted early and work on technique more. once your doing 5x 3s of everything (skipping, bag/pad work etc) then step it up. try spartan runs for your road work (i swear by them) that way you can mix in some of your body weight circuits without tiring yourself out too much on boxing days. the rest will sort itself out with more experience.