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  1. kickboxing_fan1 Banned Banned

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    I know there is the sticky at the top with the training of the pro's but I was wondering if anybody knew the breakdown of a typical day of a pro. the sticky at the top shows how they do the bags, sparring etc. but I was wondering how a pro would breakdown his day i.e 10 a.m run 40 mins 1 p.m. sparring etc.
     
  2. mschatz Hamma: I has it

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    Which pro?
     
  3. afhussain White Belt

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    watch ufc all access; it takes you through the training of some of the top ufc fighters and what a typical day or days consists of ie skill training, strength and conditioning and nutrition. They havent made one since Brock fought Mir...its a shame cause its a fantastic show. The best this far hands down was Sean Sherks, followed closely by Randys.

    But just remember something; what works for them may not work for you. The shoe that fits one man pinches another.
     
  4. vince89 Banned Banned

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    Which sport are you talking about?

    Ive seen the Buakaw Gym documentary and all the guys from that gym do:

    Early Morning - Long slow run
    Morning - 2-3 hours training
    Evening - 2-3 hours training with some sports specific conditioning at the end (100 knees on bag, kicks till failure, skipping etc.)

    I imagine boxing would be pretty similar. Long slow run in the morning, go to the gym rest and then gym again in the evening.
     
  5. vince89 Banned Banned

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    Heres something I found online, apparently this is roughly how they train at the proper Thai gyms:

    6:00am - 5km to 10km run usually alternating between uphill, downhill and straight ground
    6:45am - skipping for 3 x 5 rounds (Thai's often do the 15 minutes straight)
    7:10am - Dynamic stretching (Leg raises, arm swings, hip rotation, etc)
    7:15am - Shadow boxing 3 x 5 minute rounds
    7:40am - Technique (Trainers will watch them punch, knee, kick and make sure it is being done effectively)
    8:00am - Hard bag work (Constantly pushing the fighter for 5 x 5 minute rounds)
    8:30am - Pad work (3 x 5 minute rounds)
    8:45am - 200 Front kicks (keeping the bag at an angle), 200 knees, 200 round houses, 200 punches
    9:10am - Clinch sparring and throws, may go on till 10am some days, usually about 9:30am
    Finish with some Isometric and Relaxed stretching

    4:00pm - 16 x 300m sprints up and down a hill
    4:20pm - skipping for 3 x 5 rounds (Thai's often do the 15 minutes straight)
    4:35pm - Dynamic stretching (Leg raises, arm swings, hip rotation, etc)
    4:40pm - Shadow boxing 3 x 5 minute rounds
    5:00pm - Technique (Trainers will watch them punch, knee, kick and make sure it is being done effectively)
    5:20pm - Hard bag work (Constantly pushing the fighter for 5 x 5 minute rounds)
    5:40pm - Pad work (3 x 5 minute rounds)
    6:00pm - 200 Front kicks (keeping the bag at an angle), 200 knees, 200 round houses, 200 punches
    6:15pm - Clinch sparring and throws, may go on till 7pm some days, usually about 6:30pm
    Finish with some Isometric and Relaxed stretching
     
  6. right hand lead Purple Belt

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    holy crap ^
     
  7. right hand lead Purple Belt

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    +1

    yup, the sean sherk episode is my favorite followed by wands.
     
  8. THEKOKID Orange Belt

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    in thailad we did:

    morning session

    5-10k run
    15mins skip
    5 rounds on pads
    5 rounds on bag
    200 teeps
    200 knees
    300 punches
    clinching

    afternoon session

    5-10k run
    5 HARD rounds on pads
    5 HARD bag rounds
    200 teeps
    200 knees
    300 punches
    clinching
    sparring
    weights/strength training

    the afternoon sessions are killer
     

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