TRAIN WITH ATLANTA’S BEST BOXING COACH: Georgia Sports Performance offers strength and power training for boxing, which will increase your run times and make you stronger.
Following a strength and power training boxing program like the one we have at Georgia Sports Performance at least 2 sessions per week will result in a well-rounded athlete. Workouts include plyometrics and low level plyometrics. These types of exercises help with preparation of movement and resting approximately 2 minutes between sets. Transitioning to low level plyometrics that include box jumps, hurdles, lateral or single leg jumps.
Professional and certified trainer, Coach Green
- Novice, Amateur, and Professional level training
- One on One training
- Competition level training
Learn punch combinations, defense and offense maneuvers, reaction and counter punching techniques, and footwork. Strength and power training for boxing will increase your run times due increase of muscles, which make your stronger. Having muscles that are stronger allows you to be more explosive. Many athletes in other sports utilize our strength and conditioning boxing program during the off-season.
Types of Workouts
- Resistance bands will increase strike training
- Weights added in increments as you become stronger
- Planks and glute bridges will build your core
- Jump Squats
- Sledge Hammer Swing
Coach Green’s Strength and Power Boxing Training Tips
Keep in mind, in order to be successful in boxing, one requires a training program that consist of speed, power, strength, and endurance. The necessity for bulk can also be advantageous, but that will vary based on your weight classification. Not every athlete will have the same fitness needs. GSP will customize a training program similar to the one below. Here are a few tips on how to get started:
Example of Overall Strength Conditioning
Begin with Warm-up
Exercises: Includes 3 sets x 10 – 12 reps
- Squat (or leg press)
- Bench press (or chest press)
- Romanian deadlift
- Seated cable row
- Triceps pushdown
- Lat Pulldown
- Overhead press
- Biceps curl
End with Cool-down
Frequency: 2 to 3 sessions per week for 10 weeks based on your fitness goals
Rest between intervals: 30 seconds – 1:30 minutes
Contact Coach Green here at GSP to learn more!