|09-24-2012, 06:34 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2012
Gaining strength for boxing?
Im 16, 5,6, 133, and athletic, somewhat ripped (most people say im skinny, but when i flex im buff) what i need is a workout that will
-help me increase punching power?
- do i need more muscle, mass, or strength to be a more effective boxer?
-im also not looking to get HUGE im looking to be a strong boxer, but still light so i'll have my speed, i would'nt want to push 160ish..think the antagonist from never back down (ryan mccarthy), any help would be appreciated
to get out confusion, i want to be strong as in able to lift alot, have strong/fast punches, but not get huge to where its expected, defined muscles..ill need a lower and upper body workout that i could do maybe 5 days a week? ill even do 6
My equipment is a bench press, squat rack, calf raise, dumbells ranging from 5s to 105, treadmill, ill edit this tomorrow when i go back and get to look at it,
Last edited by datboi; 09-24-2012 at 07:21 PM. Reason: yea
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