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If you don't have much equipment and are starting out a full body-weight workout is beneficial also. Do push-ups, handstands, body-weight squats, jumping, sit-ups, etc. A basic approach which you should do (or else you're not strong at all): 3*20 push-ups 3*20 sit-ups 3*20 squats If you can't do that, train to at least able to do that. And ...


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If you're not worried about throwing out your elbows (which is an undeniable risk here), you need to identify what weight range you think your classified under. Wrist weights generally don't come above fifteen pounds, though I'm sure there are exceptions. Dumbbells as I'm sure you know, come in a very wide range of weights, and therefor, if you need thirty ...


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First, I think your coach is wrong: weightlifting, properly done, is excellent for boxing. Second, I think your assumption that your legs are strong is wrong: running is not a particularly good way to develop leg strength compared to methods like barbell squats and deadlifts. Third, I think punching with weights in the hands or on the wrists is a bad idea ...



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