View Full Version : Whats your weekly schedule? (briefly)


Spinz
04-16-2006, 01:36 PM
Hi, if you have the time could you please just briefly write your weekly training regime.

Could you also tell me what you are training for, i.e. a fight or just general boxing fitness etc..

thanks.

LightsOut Le
04-16-2006, 02:32 PM
this is everday except saturday..

i wake up at 5:15 and run(three times out of the week)
school
then gym work from 4:30 - 8:00-9:00

im done

AlexisA
04-16-2006, 02:39 PM
I workout monday thru friday, some saturday

Monday- running or riding cycle at the gym1-2, Boxing at night6-8

Tuesday- Wieght lifting 1-2:30 , Boxing 6-7

Wednesday - Wieght lifting1-2:30, no boxing but might change this week

Thrusday - Running or cycle 1-2 and Boxing at night 6-8 with sparring after class.

Friday- Wieght lifting 1-2:30.

Saturday - Running or cycle in the morning. I stopped after i got sick a couple of weeks ago. Should pick it up again.

I want to start running after wieght lifting for at least 10 minutes.

Spinz
04-16-2006, 05:23 PM
thanks

and what u both training for?

Prospekt
04-16-2006, 10:20 PM
Monday-Friday(except thurs) weight room for around 1hr 30mins, run 3 floors of stairs x 12, sometimes a few laps around school track
Thurs and Saturday: Boxing gym 3hrs (cant get to gym more than 2 days a week)
Everday: skip at least 15-20 mins nonstop
I am training for my first fight which will get set up when i get my boxing liscense very soon. When fight is set up i will run for about 30 to 45 mins in the morning. For my first fight i wana fight sum1 with some experience, maybe 10-20 fights, wana see wat im made of.

AlexisA
04-16-2006, 10:40 PM
oh, sorry

Just for the heck of it and to be fit. Thinking of trying to test my skills this summer though.

El Sniper
04-17-2006, 02:16 AM
Mon-Morning-Run 4ml Afternoon-Boxing 2HRS Evening-5sets each of pull-ups,dips,push-ups,sit-ups

Tue-Afternoon-Boxing 2HRS Evening-5sets each of chin-ups,shoulder pull-ups,sit-ups

Wed-Morning-Sprints 2ml Afternoon-Boxing 2HRS Evening-5sets each same as Mon

Thur-Afternoon-Boxing 2HRS Evening-5sets each same as Tue

Fri-Morning-Run 8-10ml Afternoon-Boxing 2HRS Evening-Same as Wed

Sat-Afternoon-Boxing 2HRS Evening-Same as Thur

Sun-5sets of neck,shoulders,forearms at whatever time

MickyHatton
04-17-2006, 05:01 AM
Monday - Cardio and weights session 90 mins
Tuesday - Cardio (Long beach run) 50 mins
Wednesday - Cardio and weights session 90 mins
Thursday - Rest
Friday - Cardio and weights session 90 mins
Saturday - Cardio (Thigh master, row machine or cycle machine)
Sunday - Rest

I am a boxing coach so I 'coach' three times a week, in that I spar and do bag work etc as well, thats why I do it to keep up to speed with the guys I train!

yrrej
04-17-2006, 06:47 AM
Bag and form work in the morning, lifting in the afternoon, followed by running or aerobic exercise at least 4 days a week in combination with proper diet.

Spinz
04-17-2006, 10:24 AM
wow you all do alot more than i expected. guess theres some serious guys on here. are you all not constantly tired out training 5-6 days a week?

MickyHatton
04-17-2006, 11:17 AM
wow you all do alot more than i expected. guess theres some serious guys on here. are you all not constantly tired out training 5-6 days a week?

I find I'm worse and more tired if I do not train, the training boosts my energy.

AlexisA
04-17-2006, 11:49 AM
I agree NOT working out makes me lazy too.

I don't know about being serious. I just don't want to be fat, lazy, and unable to perform simple task like lifting. Plus it nice to have a skill you can count on to hold your ground if something is to happen. I have never been in a random street fight, don't believe i ever will.

it's just nice to know what you are capable of or more.

plus to chicks dig it. ;)

El Sniper
04-17-2006, 02:00 PM
wow you all do alot more than i expected. guess theres some serious guys on here. are you all not constantly tired out training 5-6 days a week?

Well being in the military they drill physical fitness in our heads. Plus they like to surprise us with APFT(Army Physical Fitness Test). It's good to train as a boxer so you can handle yourself in the streets as well as in the ring. While your street opponent is most likely drunk or winded you have conditioning on your side. Sometimes I don't feel like working out but once I hit the Gym it all goes away and when I'm finished I'm glad I went.

Rockin'
04-17-2006, 02:23 PM
When I was fighting pro it was like this.

7-8am Running regularly or running hills.
8-11:30 am Go back to sleep
12pm-2:30 pm train at gym
2:30-4pm rest and get ready for work
5pm-3am working as a bartender
When fights were close and we would go to 2 a day workouts I would be at the gym again at 7pm training when I didnt have to work or could get out of it.

Rockin' :boxing:

the_painless
04-18-2006, 05:48 AM
sunday- abs (30 mins)
strength (chinnies, push ups)- 15mins
run (6.75 miles with 2 miles of steep uphills)- usually takes about 50 mins
boxing- 45mins
exercise bike- 25-50mins depending on what tension
midnight- work!

monday- 6am finish work
7am sleep
12pm- boxing (30-45 mins)
exercise bike (25-50 depending on tension)
6pm- work

tuesday- 6am finish work
7am sleep
12pm- abs (30 mins)
run (6.75 miles)
6pm- work

wedenesday- 6am finish work
7am sleep
12pm- weights (90 mins)
6pm- work

thursday- 6am finish work
7am sleep
12pm- run (6 miles)
box (30-45 mins)
exercise bike (25-50 depending on tension)
6pm- work

friday- 6am finish work
7am sleep
day off!

saturday- 9am- weights (90 mins)