First we need to know what an aerobic exercise is?Logan60 said:
I was just curious if it is considered an aerobic workout.
It can be just depends on how much energy you chose to exert in shadow boxing.Logan said:
I read somewhere (not sure where) that if you work in rounds with 1 minute breaks, it's not considered aerobic.
Is this true?
Though I'm not boxing any more, as an ex-fighter, I still bascially train and workout daily much like I did, and in the same ways as I did when I was still boxing just to stay in shape.Logan60 said:
Another question JCC, if you don't go by rounds, then how do you go about shadow boxing?
Do you have a time limit?
I like the idea of not restricting myself to rounds, but not sure how to go about it.
Then I'm glad that I took the time to share with you what I did that was based on my own personal experience in training.Logan60 said:
Thanks alot JCC, that was extremely helpful.
Thats what I did, I switched things around so I would benefit from it more, and I don't have to wait or anything.JCC said:Then I'm glad that I took the time to share with you what I did that was based on my own personal experience in training.
Once someone has learned how to train, I always think a person needs to develop their own personal workouts for themselves, and most do that after they have learned how to train.
I wish you well.
Even in fighting (boxing), you can develop some of your own moves in the ring, through trial and error, you don't just have to wait and to only just to rely on a trainer to teach you somethings.bill1234 said:Thats what I did, I switched things around so I would benefit from it more, and I don't have to wait or anything.
Appreciate the compliment.tommygunn said:hey JCC have you never thought about training young fighters? with your knowledge i think you'd be a very good trainer.
Working out on the heavy bag will increase your punching power if you spend enough time doing it every day, it will.g00dz said:
I find that after working on this bag, my body punches, and overall work on the inside has increased greatly.
Especially they will be if you can hit hard, your a hard puncher.g00dz said:
Afterwards my trainer was impressed and explained to me " if you have a headache, its no big deal and you'll get to work anyway, but when you have a stomach ache, you have to stay home and rest" impying that body shots are indeed the real killers in the ring.