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Old 09-30-2012, 11:13 AM   #11
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Okay let me rephrase this, say i have good technique, box regularly, and i want to lift weights in a way that will make those punches EVEN stronger and faster. What could i do.
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Old 09-30-2012, 02:51 PM   #12
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Okay let me rephrase this, say i have good technique, box regularly, and i want to lift weights in a way that will make those punches EVEN stronger and faster. What could i do.
right you do box then,i hope this helps

THIGHS (FOR FOOTWORK AND STANCE WORK) SQUATS,LUNGES,DEADLIFTS
CALVES (FOOTWORK AND STANCE WORK) ALL TYPES OF CALF RAISES
ABS (TURNING THE UPPERBODY AND TAKING BLOWS)WEIGHTED SITUPS AND SIDEBENDS,LEG RAISES ALL WEIGHTED.
PECTORALS (PUNCHING AND BLOCKING) BB OR DB BENCHPRESS,PUSHUPS.
FRONT DELTOIDS (BLOCKING AND PUNCHING)BENCHPRESS,BB OR DB OHP
TRICEPS (PUNCHING AND SOME BLOCKING)CLOSE GRIP BENCHPRESS,BENCH DIPS,TRICEP OVERHEAD EXTENSION,BAR DIPS,SKULL CRUSHERS.
TRAPEZIUS AND NECK(FOR SUPPORTING THE HEAD AGAINST HEAVY BLOWS)
DEADLIFTS,BB OR DB SHRUGS,UPRIGHT ROWS.
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Old 09-30-2012, 03:15 PM   #13
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Thats what im talkin about leefarley , have you done it and gotten results?
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i used to train for a number of years in karate,kick boxing to computation level,+ dabbled in boxing and have Friends who train and compete in boxing,while training in the martial arts under some high ranking instructors. The weights can make you stronger and Will give you a edge but it wont compensate for soiled fighting skill and it should never replace it neither,allot of old school boxing coaches don't even believe in weight training,as for results back then i didn't do allot of heavy weight training as i was told it would make slow which i know now is bull crap as long as you are doing allot of speed work and flexibility work you will be ok.
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Yeah the make you slow thing i was told alot also, and i know i dont want to replace practice with weight training, just a supplement.
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Yeah the make you slow thing i was told alot also, and i know i dont want to replace practice with weight training, just a supplement.
datboi,the list i write will give a basic idea and i forgot to add back and bicep exercises wich you will need for boxing/MMA.Also google boxing and MMA weight training routines there is some good stuff out there.
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