Ready to start your boxing career? First you will need to get a great "base" to work with. What? I take on new boxers or boxers that used to box and want to get back into it. What you need is to get some functional training under your belt to strengthen all of your muscles and your balance. Think you don't need functional training? Think again! Just check any boxing(ex. Titleboxing.com) website and you will see that they sell the same functional training equipment that I will use when training you!
In my new YouTube video below, I demonstrated some exercises that strengthen the wrists, fingers, knuckles, and grip, in addition to the muscles of the upper body. Allow a realistic time frame for working up to the more difficult exercises. If you have already worked through basic progressions for pushups and pullups, and have good flexibility in your wrists, you're ready for hand specializations.
For the last couple of years, the quantity of individuals searching for methods for getting more fit has truly expanded. Watching your weight is imperative in guaranteeing that you keep up the basic metabolic rate (BMR), guaranteeing that you are physically fit and getting you fit as a fiddle.
Being in the fitness industry for more than 10 years has given me so much joy. I am thrilled when I can make a difference in someone's life by helping them to look and feel better in theri body. I know that nutrition plays a huge role in feeling better, so I decided to add nurtition coaching to my repertoire. I am proud to say that I have completed the Precision Nutrition Coaching Level 1 certification and I am ready to add this area to my practice. I love Precison Nutrition's approach.
There’s No Crying in Boxing – 2/7/1997 By K. Thor Jensenr One of the most colorful men in the history of boxing is Oliver McCall, the man known as the “Atomic Bull.” McCall has enjoyed a turbulent career in the ring, but his most amazing -- and bizarre -- moment was his rematch with Lennox Lewis in 1997. McCall had beaten Lewis in an upset in 1994 for the WBC title, so there was a lot on the line.
If you’ve had a chance to see “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, you were probably struck by Bruce Wayne/Ben Affleck/Batman’s intensive workout scene. And if you haven’t had a chance to see it, I should start out be mentioning that this article has minimal spoilers. You already know that Batman fights Superman, and it shouldn’t ruin anything to let you know that the Dark Knight goes through a heavy-duty workout to prepare for the faceoff. Which makes sense—you’d have to be pretty built to take on the Man of Steel.