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Old 05-17-2006, 12:23 AM #1
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I currently train (box) Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
I'm looking for a good weight training regimen to to on tuesdays and thursdays.

All of the weight training I've done before was just for size and cuts. Anyone know of any exercises to do that are more boxing oriented?

Obviously when I lift heavy my hands don't feel as fast.
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Old 05-17-2006, 12:32 AM #2
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Stick to exercises like Bench Press,Dumbell Press, Military Press,Squats and Rows
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Stick to exercises like Bench Press,Dumbell Press, Military Press,Squats and Rows
My usual plan is
Chest and Biceps
Back and Triceps
Shoulders and Legs

Afterwards I tend to feel bulkier than I'd like to when I box. Is the key just to go lighter and more reps?
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My usual plan is
Chest and Biceps
Back and Triceps
Shoulders and Legs

Afterwards I tend to feel bulkier than I'd like to when I box. Is the key just to go lighter and more reps?
light weight and more reps is how you bulk..
you wanna be lifting high weight low reps for strength
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Old 05-17-2006, 01:10 AM #5
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light weight and more reps is how you bulk..
you wanna be lifting high weight low reps for strength

light weight more reps is for muscle toning (getting cut).
High weight low reps is for strength and bulk


strength training will slow you down though cause it tightens your muscles, body weight exercises are good for boxers cause your muscles will be loose.
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light weight more reps is for muscle toning (getting cut).
High weight low reps is for strength and bulk


strength training will slow you down though cause it tightens your muscles, body weight exercises are good for boxers cause your muscles will be loose.
low weight high reps so rep ranges 8-12 will get you SIZE
High Weight Low reps 5-7 gets you STRENGTH
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low weight high reps so rep ranges 8-12 will get you SIZE
High Weight Low reps 5-7 gets you STRENGTH

Low weight high reps will tone your muscles down not bulk you up
to build mass do 3-5 sets of 4-7 reps, to tone muscle do 4-5 sets of 12-15 reps

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Low weight high reps will tone your muscles down not bulk you up
do some research bud thats the mind set of a female grade 9 p.e teacher
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do some research bud thats the mind set of a female grade 9 p.e teacher

just google it. It is different for men and women, and it depends on your body but it is common knowledge that less weight and high reps tone you while high weight less reps adds strength. If you were right why are all the lightweights doing pushups and other bodyweight exercises and not bulking up. Should Pacman bench 300 to gain strength I mean according to you doing bodyweight exercises Pacman will be a middleweight before long.
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just google it. It is different for men and women, and it depends on your body but it is common knowledge that less weight and high reps tone you while high weight less reps adds strength. If you were right why are all the lightweights doing pushups and other bodyweight exercises and not bulking up. Should Pacman bench 300 to gain strength I mean according to you doing bodyweight exercises Pacman will be a middleweight before long.
key word bodyweight exercises and weight lifting are two very different things.
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