I have boxing on mondays, and wednesday. Before I joined boxing again I was doing WBB#1 Routine. But I did my chest and back workout on monday, and I was getting some mad fatigue at the club. So is there anyway substitue my workout to work with my boxing. Like how do pro boxers like Roy Jones Jr stay in such amazing shape with a perfect build, yet they can still train at their clubs. Should I just stick with WBB#1 and when I go to the club, just accept the fatigue, and at least do what I can... Or how should I do my workouts now? Or something like a full body workout once a week not on a boxing night? Please give me as much feedback as possible. I need to figure something out. I just want to know how thoughs pro boxers stay in such good shape. Without mad fatigue.
when I did MA twice a week I cut back weight training to two times a week, it is really hard to get enough rest
i also find it hard enough to eat already so the extra calorie demands were quite a lot....
man i use to box fun stuff hey but what any good trainer will do is session during the week one day of weight training. other than that man they have u doin loads of calisthenics and like between jumprope rounds doin 30 seconds of some pushups they got u doin alot of leg work fuqqin duck walks, the wall / invisible chairs, hopping squats all to get u your balance so as no to fall. definitely a load of neck work... man those pros will snap your neck with one punch if your neck is not up to par...alot of ab work medicine balls mad cardio of course. so hey just make up your mind if u wanna box or bodybuild, if u choose bodybuild take boxing as your cardio day if u choose box u can still get mean massive and ripped with all the calisthenics and then your day of weight training. anyways hell yea boxin is where its at peace
When i was a boxer i only trained with weights twice a week, both full-body programmes based around explosive movements. The rest of my time was broken up into morning road work, circuit training and sparring - 6 days a week, morning and night.
I guess you have to decide what you want to be - a boxer or a body builder. And don't forget Roy Jones is a pro, his training is worked out for him and so are his meals and boxing is all he does, twice daily.
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thx for the feedback guys... Very much apperciated. thanks for your time and help.