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Posted July 3, 2013 7:01 pm 


wise words from the virtual keyboard coach.

Posted April 15, 2013 7:27 pm 


I don’t agree with the going to war approach…where you cut out your life when you’re in training camp. You feel too caged up and edgy. You can go to a concert, a fight, a wedding, or even a party, so long as you’re not drinking more than a beer or a glass of wine, or eating more than a bite or two. It takes the edge off the grind if you do something fun one or two nights a week. You adjust your schedule the next day. If you do roadwork at 5AM, switch it to 9AM. Do strength training at noon instead of 10. Do your gym workout and sparring at 4PM instead of 2PM. If you’re working with inflexible people do your roadwork at 5AM, go back to bed at 6 and sleep for 3 more hours. Salvador Sanchez would be alive today if his trainer didn’t get so angry when Sal went our and enjoyed himself at night. Sanchez was racing to get back to camp after a night out—so he could be on time for his morning roadwork, hoping his trainer wouldn’t miss him—when he smashed up his car and died instantly. Floyd Mayweather Jr is living proof that a flexible approach to your training schedule can work.

Posted April 14, 2013 11:16 pm 

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