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Old 06-03-2019, 11:24 PM #11
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Old 06-03-2019, 11:29 PM #12
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yeah it seems a but much before sparring. Especially to actually "work" on things during sparring, would make sense to be fresh. I usually only do a few rounds of shadow boxing before sparring then get some extra work in after sparring if I'm feeling good.
Same here. I spar with my trainer who happens to be a pro MMA fighter so I can't afford to start dropping hands or losing focus because of fatigue. We do 30 minutes of intense cardio (jump-rope and treadmill) before every training session as a warm-up but 1h and 45m before sparring is just another level.
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Old 06-07-2019, 09:41 AM #13
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Jesus - how does sparring feel after 90 to 105 minutes of training? I'd honestly struggle to get past six rounds after 30 to 40 minutes of cardio.
It ain't easy I usually do between 3 - 6 rounds but I'm tired by round 3. I'd much rather spar fresh myself after a warm up but this is the way they have trained at the gym for the last 16 years so I ain't going to change that and the main coach trained both fury and Joshua at one point plus he was a coach for team GB
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Old 06-12-2019, 12:55 PM #14
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It ain't easy I usually do between 3 - 6 rounds but I'm tired by round 3. I'd much rather spar fresh myself after a warm up but this is the way they have trained at the gym for the last 16 years so I ain't going to change that and the main coach trained both fury and Joshua at one point plus he was a coach for team GB
Damn dude - seems like you're doing great for yourself. Congrats! If you're training with the former coaches of world champions then the routine you posted a couple of weeks back is immediately more understandable. Keep at it and best of luck going forwards.
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