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Unread 02-17-2013, 05:05 PM
michal2602 michal2602 is offline
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Default Olympic lifting and boxing , need some advice

Hi everyone from Poland.I am 21old years man, I trained a few years , I train Oly lifting and train boxing five or six times a week. I have no priority, I'm not an Olympic lifter or a martial artist/fighter, but I do both of these as hobbies and it works out really well.My goal is to increase my strength and endurance. My schedule:
Sunday&Tuesday&Friday I lift hard (5sets x 3reps,3x5 etc ,squat every session, C&J and snatch 2times etc,), Monday%Wednesday&Thursday,I am boxing(sometimes Thursday is day off), 2 of this 3workout is with interval workout - bag punching (it's not as hard as for example sprinting but still quit hard, it's quit stupit but my trainer unfortunately don't read article by Lyle ) Saturday is day completely off I have a few question , boxing class is no long (45-50minutes) and I think that I necessary should add one endurance session to my weekly schedule, something like "halph"-tempo training or "halph"-sweet spot training with jump rope(20-30minutes) or running (5k,10k?) , I am not sure where can I add this session, morning fasted state ( I am on leangains) or maybe after weight training,how is your opinion? Can I add also easy 30minutes-1hour easy walking every morning in fasted stade ( no because increase metabolism or fat loss but it's really good for my brain-memory,thinking etc. ).
Yes,I know that's it's a lot and I know what's mean overreached,I trained every day or 2 times a per day without exceeding in past,but I am much smarter now( thank's Lyle).
Sorry for my english,I hope that U understand me . Cheers
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Unread 02-19-2013, 11:34 AM
michal2602 michal2602 is offline
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Is anybody out there? ;p
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Unread 02-19-2013, 08:10 PM
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Nobody is reading your post because it's impossible to read without getting a headache.

Use proper grammar and punctuation. Seriously.
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Unread 02-20-2013, 07:35 PM
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Personally I would only lift twice a week if you're boxing that often. Walking in the morning should be fine as long as it is just honest walking.
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