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New member- 8 years, 3 months ago #169

  • maxwellhead
hi im Mark de Mori current pro and wbc #20 heavyweight, looking forward to getting lots of new training info and discussing training with you guys

Re:New member- 8 years, 3 months ago #170

  • Rob Pilger
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Mark, thanks for joining and we all look forward to helping you out anyway we can!

Rob

Re:New member- 8 years, 3 months ago #171

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And if there's anything on the site you'd like to see more, just let me know.

Rob
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Re:New member- 8 years, 3 months ago #173

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Hey Mark,
If you have any questions, ask away.

Joe Rossi

Re:New member- 8 years, 3 months ago #174

  • maxwellhead
thanks guys, one thing i would like to know is what is a typical boxing workout for a world class fighter, im sure they are all different, i am fighting 8 and 10 rounds, i usually do an extra 2 work rounds in the gym sparring or heavy bag than the scheduled rounds im fighting, do you have any examples of a top pro's normal boxing conditioning workout?

Re:New member- 8 years, 3 months ago #177

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Mark,
What I tell all my fighters when I start working with them is to make a list of what they are doing in their training. This list will consist of:

1. How many days do you train and how many training sessions per day?
2. What kind of training are you performing within these training sessions? (How many training sessions are devoted to skill work and how many devoted to strength training and energy system training?)
3. How many recovery days are you getting in? Recovery is a factor.
4. What kind of nutrition are you taking in?
5. What kind of supplements are you taking?
6. How much sleep are you getting in?
7. How are you feeling with what you are currently doing?
8. What do you think your strengths and weaknesses are as a fighter?

Mark, do you see where I am going here? This is a very specific topic and what works for other fighters may not work for you! At your level, you may not need to overhaul everything you are doing. Lets start by seeing how you are currently training and answer everything listed above, and then we can go from there. Best tip I can give you off the bat is to never set a limit on your physical conditioning. It can always improve.
Let me know,
Joe Rossi
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