Tout dans la vie est une question d'équilibre d'où la nécessité de garder un esprit sain dans un corps sain.


Everything in life is a matter of balance therefore one needs to keep a healthy mind in a healthy body.


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Monday, October 3, 2011

Floyd Mayweather Workout- Pretty Boy Floyd Boxing Workout Routine Training for Big Fights

Floyd Mayweather Workout
"Pretty Boy" Floyd is a phenom in the ring and that can especially attributed to his defense and speed. Floyd is no stranger to hard work and trains in the early morning hours (soemtimes 3 am) to make sure he's in the best shape out of any boxer in the history of the sport. One day, Floyd went into practice and put on a clinic for the press during Media Day. His workout included a grueling 62 minute workout with no breaks in between. His hands eere moving for all 62 minutes and didn't get water once at any moment. It consisted of the following fast-paced no-nonsene nonstop-conditioning workout:
  • Hard Mitt work punching from all angles
  • Heavy Bag Work
  • Speed Bag
  • Jump Rope at a rapid, rhythmic speed
  • Sit-Ups/Stand-Ups
Mayweather is so fast that he hit the speed bag 762 times in 7 minutes.

When he's not putting on a show for the press, he trains even harder doing a circuit for hours on end. It consists of running, jumping rope, crunches, speed bag work, heavy bag work, sparring, and even basketball. Mayweather also performs workouts blindfolded. He also throws upwards of 2,000 punches in 20 minutes. He has the perfect combination of speed, power, and endurance to one day be considered the greatest boxers ever.
During his typical training session, Mayweather does the following workout:
  • Shadow boxing
  • Spar between 7-12 rounds (depending on how he feels)
  • 20-30 minutes of the heavy bag
  • Floor, pad and bodysuit work
  • Hit the speed bag
  • Neck work with weights
  • 200 sit-ups, pull-ups, dips
  • Jump rope
  • Double-end bag
  • 5-8 mile run

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