Workout Log

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Workout Log

Postby Balbir Singh » Wed Mar 04, 2009 11:01 pm

Monday

3 Rounds of Skipping
3 100m Sprints
4 Rounds Heavy Bag:
1) Jab
2) Right Cross
3) Jab, Right Cross
4) Right Cross (Pre-emptive from conversation range)

3 Rounds Sparring (Restricted to Jab, Cross)
Plyometric Press-ups (To failure)

Tuesday

Abs and lower back

Wednesday

Warm up Skipping

Just me and the Heavy Bag

1) Pre-emptive striking (conversation range)
2) Jab
3) Right cross
4) Left hook, Right cross
5) Jab, right cross, left hook, right cross
6) Anything goes, all out (Punch, palm heal, kick, knees, elbows and headbutting)
7) Conditioning the elbows (repeated strikes as hard as possible)
8) Conditioning the knees (same as elbows)
9) Conditoning the hands (sames as elbows without gloves)
10) Conditioning the shins (kicking with the shins barefooted in a muay thai style)
11) Conditioning the head (repeated head***** to the bag)
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Re: Workout Log

Postby Balbir Singh » Sat Mar 07, 2009 1:27 pm

Thursday:

3 Rounds of Press ups (to failure) followed by shadow boxing with no rest
Military Press
Single Dumbbell power clean
Single dumbbell shot put

Friday:

Skipping
6 rounds on Heavy Bag - Pre-emptive striking (conversation range)
Jab
Jab, Right cross
Jab, Right cross, left hook, right cross
Counter a right hook by weaving to the left then Left hook, right cross
Pre-emptive strike followed by burst of strikes (straights and hooks)

Tabata Interval
30 secs exercise 20secs rest (8 rounds = 4mins). Aim is to execute the exercises with as much speed and intensity as possible.
R1 squats
R2 lunges
R3 sit-ups
R4 continous jab,right cross on Bag (aiming for speed not power)
R5 squats
R6 burpees
R7 Sit-ups
R8 continous jab,right cross on Bag (aiming for speed not power)

Absolutely exhausted after yesterdays workout, hopefully finish off this week with some more sparring.
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Re: Workout Log

Postby hamston » Wed Dec 05, 2012 4:44 pm

Ya very good information about the workout as he workout must be the part of the life to remain fit and healthy for the long time. As health is wealht so, the best time for the workout is the morning time as the morning time exrcise keep the man active all day.
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Re: Workout Log

Postby Baron » Wed Jun 12, 2013 2:22 pm

Good workout routine, carry on this routine for getting better results very soon.
I am follow a cardio and abs workout routine these day because I am struggling for the weight loss purposes.
Very soon I will start some weight workout plan when I have lost excess of my body weight.

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Re: Workout Log

Postby angela3398 » Fri Nov 22, 2013 2:38 pm

Balbir Singh wrote:Monday

3 Rounds of Skipping
3 100m Sprints
4 Rounds Heavy Bag:
1) Jab
2) Right Cross
3) Jab, Right Cross
4) Right Cross (Pre-emptive from conversation range)

3 Rounds Sparring (Restricted to Jab, Cross)
Plyometric Press-ups (To failure)

Tuesday

Abs and lower back

Wednesday

Warm up Skipping

Just me and the Heavy Bag

1) Pre-emptive striking (conversation range)
2) Jab
3) Right cross
4) Left hook, Right cross
5) Jab, right cross, left hook, right cross
6) Anything goes, all out (Punch, palm heal, kick, knees, elbows and headbutting)
7) Conditioning the elbows (repeated strikes as hard as possible)
8) Conditioning the knees (same as elbows)
9) Conditoning the hands (sames as elbows without gloves)
10) Conditioning the shins (kicking with the shins barefooted in a muay thai style)
11) Conditioning the head (repeated head***** to the bag)



Looks like a great workout! Thanks for sharing!
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