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Old 08-22-2011, 10:01 AM
moneymayforever
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Default Training to become pro

Hey all. I'm 15 years old,***12288;and I'm getting real serious about boxing. In Japan, we take a pro test starting from 17 years old, so until then I'm thinking of quitting school soon (when 1st qurter ends) and go straight into the world of boxing and train hard, and get enough experience to prepare myself as well as changing my gym because my gym don't participate in any fights. Thing is, I'm not quite sure if the training I'm doing is making me qualified for making me into a professional. This is what I do everyday at my gym:

Stretch 2~3 R
Shadow Box w/out wraps and work on footwork 5~10 rounds
Jumprope 3~5R
Shadow Box w/ wraps 5~10 R
Heavy Bag 2~3 R
Pad Work 1R (I usually did 2 but I had to take it easy due to a past injury. Will get on to 2~3R in September)
Heavy Bag 5~10 R
Reflex Bag 2 R
Speedbag 3~4 R
Ab workout (sometimes, usually do it at a nearby gym) 30 min
Stretch 2~3 R

This takes me 1~2 hours, 3 at the MAX. I wake up early and started running again (started off with 3 miles) since I substituted my running for swimming for a while, I kind of lost my rhythm on my roadwork, but I'll get that back soon. That was my original workout routine, but the gym's ORIGINAL schedule for the people who want to be pro follows as,

Stretch 2~3 R
Jump rope 2~3 R
Shadow Boxing 3~5 R
Sandbag 5~10 R
Pad work 2~3 R
Shadow Boxing 2~3 R
JUmp rope 2~3 R
Stretch 2~3 R

I'm not sure if my routine is enough, as I do not do any sparrings. As a matter of fact I never sparred before, I only did a "simulation" of a spar if you catch my drift. You spar but you don't hit the opponent. Mass boxing, I think you call it?

If anyone who is working to become pro, are your workout routines focused on spars? Also, it would be nice if I could know your workout routines as well.

On boxing off days, I go to the gym and weightlift and swim, usually that takes 2 hours.
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