Nov 8 2013

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Nov 5 2013

Boxing Training Advice: It’s A Fight Camp, Not A Fat Camp.

Funny on how Brandon Rios blamed weight training for him fading in the 2nd half of his fights with Abril and Alvarado.

Huh?!?!

So Brandon looking like a corpse at the weigh ins for both of the fights wasn’t the cause?

Being dried out with very little lean muscle wasn’t the cause of having no reserve in a tough 12 round war??

To fade fast and hard happened from trying to get stronger?

Do this, go ring out a wet sponge till no fluid comes out, keep ring it, where is the fluid???

That is a fighter dropping insane weight, dried out to the bone, so where is the endurance? The speed? The power? The zest to fight hard? The energy reserve??

Back in the gym in puddles of the floor from the in human process of shedding a lot of fat and muscle.

Of course THAT was the reason.

Yet Brandon is seen squatting in a piece of shit Smith Machine of all things in the recent Pacquiao/Rios 24/7 teaser!!!

Lmao…

No, let me restate that, he is quarter squatting.

Yet if Brandon would maintain strength training between fights it would regulate his weight gain where he blows up between fights, it would keep a lot of the weight off.

Build muscle to keep fat off, to keep it in check while laying the foundation for stellar fight hard all night performances flow from.

Doing nothing between fights puts all that weight back on quick since A LOT of the muscle was burned off the body to make weight in the first place.

Now training camps are fat camps. All about making weight.

Re hydrating and putting a shit ton of fluid weight the night before and day of the fight behind little lean muscle mass zaps a fighter, bogs them down, there is NO fast twitch muscle to be quick and explosive with!

WHAT do they have to perform off of? What do they have to fall back on?

Go to a drag race with a 4 cylinder engine and let me know how you do.

Where is the is the simple logic in this????

Nuff said.

Comment if not or with any thoughts of your own to add.


Oct 31 2013

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Jun 25 2013

I have never been anti road work, I’ve always been anti one way training.

Think energy system development when choosing your conditioning poison of choice.

Aerobic is the easiest, alactic capacity is the most neglected.

Here my fighters are doing road work while keeping their hands up with 16 ounce sparring gloves on.

Make road work more challenging.

Think outside the box with it.

Just don’t choose a conditioning drill, understand what you are developing and what energy system needs addressed.

Underdeveloped energy systems = an unprepared fighter.

Chew on that.