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Old 07-22-2019, 01:50 AM #1
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Default Daily routine leading up to a fight.

Here’s my daily routine. Should anything be changed? This is leading up to a fight.
1. Monday- 4am 3 mile run
Evening- weight training/ full body.

2. Tuesday- 4am 30 minutes of skipping rope.
Evening- boxing training at my gym (shadow boxing,heavy bag, double end bag, speed bag, sparring.)

3. Wednesday- same as Monday

4 Thursday- same as Tuesday.

Friday- off day since I have both class and work this day.
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Old 07-23-2019, 12:50 AM #2
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Much better than mine. I'm lucky I can wake up before 7am
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Old 07-23-2019, 02:28 AM #3
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Old 07-23-2019, 09:22 PM #4
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Weights tighten you up. Bull**** conditioning coaches will tell you otherwise but wtf do they know they don't box and their true passion lies in how ripped they can make you look. There are way better ways to get stronger and conditioned for boxing than weights. Like sparring with 16 oz gloves and medicine ball work
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Old 07-24-2019, 08:43 AM #5
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Weights tighten you up. Bull**** conditioning coaches will tell you otherwise but wtf do they know they don't box and their true passion lies in how ripped they can make you look. There are way better ways to get stronger and conditioned for boxing than weights. Like sparring with 16 oz gloves and medicine ball work
These guys would strongly disagree with you.

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These guys would strongly disagree with you.

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I know they would but any great trainer with 20x boxing experience would disagree with them. These guys understand the human body but they don't understand boxing. Only new school trainers use weights, but they use them in a way that you might as well just throw a medicine ball around or chop wood. If Mayweather and Pacquiao beat every modern fighter today without weights why do we think weight lifting is good? What fighter upped his game weight weights. Not even Evander Holy field improved with weights. He looked better at 206 lbs than he did at 215. Hell he looked amazing at 175. Norton got worse and worse then bulkier and more sluggish he became.

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I know they would but any great trainer with 20x boxing experience would disagree with them. These guys understand the human body but they don't understand boxing.
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Norton got worse and worse then bulkier and more sluggish he became.
That's the ignorance I'm talking about, though. Lifting weights for strength and explosiveness doesn't make you bulky or sluggish.

Your appeal to tradition is a logical fallacy. MMA guys train with weights all the time and are incredible athletes because of it. Boxing is well-known to be behind the times in sport science.

Having incredible boxing skills will almost always win a boxing match, but with skills being equal the more powerful man almost always wins.

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Here’s my daily routine. Should anything be changed? This is leading up to a fight.
1. Monday- 4am 3 mile run
Evening- weight training/ full body.

2. Tuesday- 4am 30 minutes of skipping rope.
Evening- boxing training at my gym (shadow boxing,heavy bag, double end bag, speed bag, sparring.)

3. Wednesday- same as Monday

4 Thursday- same as Tuesday.

Friday- off day since I have both class and work this day.
Without knowing your goals, or any detail on what you are doing during training, no one here can give you a proper answer.
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