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    Quote Originally Posted by JulezCesarFYC View Post
    Thanks again for the info guys! I'll keep you updated...
    P.S. I wish I could see the youtube videos!
    Whats with the Brittney Spears??!!! lol

    Edit: I'm still building- Will Building reps affect my endurance? Will I not gain muscle in my shoulders and arms because of boxing?
    If your calorie intake is really high and caters well for all what you are doing and optimum protein intake etc you might make small gains but i wouldnt count on too much in a way when boxing your constantly puttin your muscles under tension then weight training intensly can lead to overtraining unless calories and a good nights rest are all sorted,
    just remember when boxing your going to be burning alot of calories and your metabolism will be on fire for awhile afterwards as you are training both aerobically and anaerobically,
    only way you can find out is by trying at this point id say not much muscle gains in Size but definintion and shape will come but once your body is used to it then yes you could make some decent muscle gains
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    Quote Originally Posted by bucko91 View Post
    If your calorie intake is really high and caters well for all what you are doing and optimum protein intake etc you might make small gains but i wouldnt count on too much in a way when boxing your constantly puttin your muscles under tension then weight training intensly can lead to overtraining unless calories and a good nights rest are all sorted,
    just remember when boxing your going to be burning alot of calories and your metabolism will be on fire for awhile afterwards as you are training both aerobically and anaerobically,
    only way you can find out is by trying at this point id say not much muscle gains in Size but definintion and shape will come but once your body is used to it then yes you could make some decent muscle gains
    ok- I'll just limit the boxing to maybe twice or three times a week. Its not like I do it everyday- and when I do it; its only 30min- 1 hour- but High intensity- Question? Ever had a problem with your fingers? I broke a few of my fingers fighting when I was younger and Now I got this pain in my pinky- All the other fingers have strengthened up- I do Heavy bag practice for 5 minutes with wraps only, and pushups on chest day on my knuckles- but my pinky hurts like a mofo. Its not swollen- just hurts at the part where it bends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JulezCesarFYC View Post
    ok- I'll just limit the boxing to maybe twice or three times a week. Its not like I do it everyday- and when I do it; its only 30min- 1 hour- but High intensity- Question? Ever had a problem with your fingers? I broke a few of my fingers fighting when I was younger and Now I got this pain in my pinky- All the other fingers have strengthened up- I do Heavy bag practice for 5 minutes with wraps only, and pushups on chest day on my knuckles- but my pinky hurts like a mofo. Its not swollen- just hurts at the part where it bends.
    Ive broken 2 fingers on my left hand and fractured my left wrist all in one go but since its all healed its fine now dont feel any pain or anything occasionally get a cold feeling down the outside of my pinky but thats it.
    Firstly good one wearing wraps will keep your wrist safe and hand shouldnt brake wearing them secondly you arent really protecting the knuckles wearing no gloves if you are doing heavy bag they are a must mate or u seriously run the risk only injury to ur hand and is probly why ur finger is hurting try using gloves and making sure your wraps are tight but with enough space to move your fingers side to side
    I would advice AGAINST knuckle pressups i see no ture purpose to them i admitidly did them for awhile but that was in ego to strengthen my knuckles so when playin knuckles with my friends i had a high pain threshold for it but boxing terms ur just running the risk of a wrist injury for little gain in knukle conditioning you want to strengthen ur hands and knuckles hit hot sand stick to normal pushups
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    You can also do push ups with your hands around two DB's . Gives you the same range of motion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike91 View Post
    You can also do push ups with your hands around two DB's . Gives you the same range of motion.
    I am confused. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by JulezCesarFYC View Post
    I am confused. .
    i think he means deep pushups using the dumbells to get deeper down
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    Quote Originally Posted by bucko91 View Post
    i think he means deep pushups using the dumbells to get deeper down
    Thats what I thought- A deeper range of motion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JulezCesarFYC View Post
    I will start off by admitting that I am in pain right now. My whole body has DOMS. Here is why:
    My gym has a group class that starts at ~5:30 everyday and it is held in the same studio that has the heavy bag, speed bag, and room for pad training with my trainer. By the time I get to the gym to workout its already 4:30. So my workout lasts ~1 hour leaving me no time to get in there before the group class. Now I know that cardio before weight training depletes your glycogen stores causing you to not have the best workout. What do you think I should do? Right now I'm on the last 4 weeks of Dave's V.I.F. which is 3 fullbody workouts per week. Mon-Wed-Fri. After this I am going to Dougs 4DS. How many times a week should I train with the boxing and will It be detremental to my building?
    Awesome advice man
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    Quote Originally Posted by bucko91 View Post
    Alright mate in the on season i box 3-4 times a week whilst maintaining 3 days a week for weightlifting in teh off season which is now for me i go 4 days a week gym and unless your calories are perfect expect it to be a pain in the ass to build muscle and expect to be dropping weight if the training is pretty intense but when your body adapts to the changes its put under things will become eaiser DOMS wont be as bad things get better weight loss slows down and in some cases can find yourself going up a few lbs here and there not much tho

    As it stands what days do you do the boxing class and gym etc and hows your body feeling from it ?how many calories P/C/F ratio u on?
    3-4time a week is tough!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JulezCesarFYC View Post
    Thanks for the quick response bucko. I've just started the boxing training for abuot a month now. Im on a 50/30/20 C/P/F split. I need 3,682 calories to build muscle but usually get around 3,800 in every day or more. The thing is I arrive earlier to the gym before my partner so I use that time to train. I do something similar to the workout that Mike posted up as far as speed bag and heavy bag training goes and I highly doubt what I do is nearly as intense as what someone like you would do. My trainer has me hit the pads for 3 minute intervals working on various combinations, footwork, and defense. I do that twice a week. I was planning on designating Saturday (supposed to be another rest day) to just go in and focus on the boxing for an hour or two. I suppose the DOMS are crazy because I just started the full body 3x per week part of the workout and the boxing at the same time. My trainer said that there's two things about me that he loves already, I hit hard whilst maintaining control, and I have great shoulder endurance. Now I have to acquire more skills. The only thing I am complaining about is the amount of leg work required to throw hands. I was and still am shocked at that.
    Do you have any good videos for boxing tips?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBtaylor52 View Post
    Sounds pretty crazy to me.. Are you still putting on weight since you started the boxing? OFF TOPIC: This really makes me want to play the new fight night game coming out because I just seen a preview..
    Any videos?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TBtaylor52 View Post
    Sounds pretty crazy to me.. Are you still putting on weight since you started the boxing? OFF TOPIC: This really makes me want to play the new fight night game coming out because I just seen a preview..
    ^^The new fight night is unreal!
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    ACtually its super real! LOL you feel like your actually boxing!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JulezCesarFYC View Post
    I've gained a pound still. Plus Fight Night Round 4 is a MUST get since I bought Round 3 since the day it came out and I still play it. No one I know has ever beaten me. I played online and managed a 21-6 record. I am pre-ordering Round 4
    No one has EVER beaten you??
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    come on now! Not ONE person?? :-)
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    Boxing is a good activity for the fitness. I was also a boxer in a school life but i never made it my profession because i love my face as injuries will spoil the face with the passage of time. Now i am running my own casino in Houston.

 

 

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