z_bumbi - Good to know other scandinavians read this forum too, but I can’t imagine what the heck swedes have to do with testosterone. Nah, just kidding. I haven’t checked lately, but at least couple years ago Finland had won more medals in olympic games than any other country excluding USA. So maybe there’s something after all that you could learn from us stubborn finns:)
Mr.Davies - I’m not that advanced boxer, so I feel a little shamed to ask for your recommendations, but my current training program is as follows (I’m trying to balance between powerlifting and boxing): Mo, We, Fr weight training westside style, geared a bit more towards speed work plus some russian twists etc. Tu, Thu, Sat pretty basic boxing training sessions, which are made of stretching, shadow boxing, jump roping, slips, punching bag, speed bag, footwork (agility?), jumping jacks and match-alike fights (hopefully you understand the terms I used, I’m not that familiar with english boxing vocabulary). I also go jogging two to three times a week, but not on weight training days. What would be the best way to incorporate weight training with boxing? I feel that my current coach can’t help me that much and I live in a very little village in northern scandinavia, so I can’t really change club/coach. I understand this is quite large topic to cover, but if you could give us some of your basic ideas how boxers should train I’d be more than grateful.