Reading other people's logs inspired me to do this. Seems like a good way to keep track of your work outs and progress. Some info about me. I'm 22 and I used to go to a university in the states but I had to come back to my home country of Korea for my military service. It's gonna take a few months before they decide where to put me so I'm gonna use this time to train my ass off and learn as much as I can. I have some judo and BJJ experience and dabbled in Hapikido, Tae Kwon Do, Karate, Muay Thai and Fencing. I first tried boxing about two years ago and fell in love with it. I trained for little over a year before going back to school for another year. I haven't trained formally during that time due to there being no gyms in the little town I was at. I'm still amazed at how there can be not one boxing gym in a town where there's like three McDonalds and a huge Walmart. Boxing is my favorite martial art so that's what I'm gonna focus on. Plans I'm 5'5'' and 163lbs. I stand orthodox. As far as fitness goes I want to get back in shape after my one year hiatus and go down to a weight so it would be easier for me to cut to featherweight. I'm planning to try my hand at amateur competition. I have a more specific goal in terms of improving my game. I'm more of a boxer despite my height. I absolutely suck at infighting so that's what I'm gonna focus on. I have a good one-two and been told I have a decent lefthook and a straight to the body. I want to develop my jab a lot because I feel its the most important punch in boxing and I suck at it. I also want to work on throwing combinations in higher volume and mixing in different punches, especially body punching. I also plan to get a lot more sparring in. I sparred maybe once a week when I first started training mostly because I went at a time when there wasn't a lot of people. This time I'm gonna try to spar 3-4 times a week. My trainer says I have good technique but I need more actualy fighting experience. Overall I'm gonna train 5 days week. Six if I'm feeling good. Since I just got off the plane wednesday night and because I haven't been working out in months, I'm gonna take it slow and easy for the next two or three weeks before I get rid of the jet lag and I train like I used to. I'm going to train in about an hour.