another question for you guys as i've said on these forums before, i'm sorta stranded in california with no training partners for the summer. however, it's a goal of mine to get back into training when i get home, and i don't want to be wheezing through all my workouts. as such, i've been trying to keep on my conditioning while here. how good is shadowboxing for fight conditioning? as is, i usually do 5-6, 5-minute rounds with a minute break in between (usually on the break i'll also do some kb swings, burpees, sprints, or push-ups). does the lack of pads to hit make this not-so-effective for actual fight conditioning? is there anything i should be doing to kick the workout up? i usually throw in sprawls and mountain climbers in each round, as well.