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  • Posted On: 03-20-14, 3:51 am (EDT) #1

    training for boxing

    March 20, 2014, 3:51 am

    Hi i'm 21 years old and I train for boxing, my height is 170 cm and my weight: 76 kg.

    I want to drop to 75KG, but I want to add more strength and a bit more muscle, I dont want to loose to much weight cause I want to stay in my boxing weight class.

    can someone give me advice how I should train ?

     

    What my week schedule looks like: 2 times a week boxing training, 2 days jogging, 2 days power training I often times do this after the jogging.

  • Posted On: 03-21-14, 12:34 am (EDT) #2

    training for boxing

    March 21, 2014, 12:34 am
    Posted by: caner92

    Hi i'm 21 years old and I train for boxing, my height is 170 cm and my weight: 76 kg.

    I want to drop to 75KG, but I want to add more strength and a bit more muscle, I dont want to loose to much weight cause I want to stay in my boxing weight class.

    can someone give me advice how I should train ?

     

    What my week schedule looks like: 2 times a week boxing training, 2 days jogging, 2 days power training I often times do this after the jogging.

    Hey man!

     

    Have you thought about maybe combining a strength program with your boxing conditioning workouts?

     

    Never strength train after running.. always before.

     

    What are you doing now for exercises?

  • Posted On: 03-21-14, 11:02 am (EDT) #3

    training for boxing

    March 21, 2014, 11:02 am

    Exercises I do are: push-ups, pull-ups, bicep-tricep with light weigt and 20 to 30 reps & chest, lats, back, shoulders also with light weights and high reps. for legs I jump rope, running, normal squads and front squads and calves. and I do body weight core exercises.

    and I wrestle once a week . this is what I do beside my 2 boxing days.

    I'm these things but I can't loose weight or drop my body fat that much, I don't know if it is my diet or is it because I don't get that much sleep.

    my diet is monday to friday: breakfast, lunch, dinner, after dinner I eat fruit and dried fruits/ nuts etc.

    saterday and sunday: I eat what I want but I eat it carefully I don't go full out

     

    monday to friday: I only get a average 5 hours sleep, if i'm lucky 6 hours

     

    sorry for my bad enlish my native languages are Dutch and Turkish

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