The Heavy Bag Makes Cowards Of

I have designed this Warrior training manual with exercises that can be performed without equipment. With this said, it just doesn't feel right to exclude the heavy bag. I am obviously biased towards the heavy bag because of my background in boxing but I can guarantee that it will not take long for you to feel the pain on the bag.

If you have the chance to purchase your own heavy bag, I strongly recommend it. You can usually find a nice 80-pound bag at most sports shops or even online at one of the many Internet auction sites such as Ebay.

Whether you are a fighter or not, heavy bag training provides tremendous conditioning benefits. Heavy bag training will tax your anaerobic system while working your shoulders, arms, legs, and back. Try to throw non-stop punches to the heavy bag for 1-minute intervals. Work at an all out pace for the entire interval period. You should be punching the entire time. Stick with straight punches (jab - straight right - jab - straight right). As you improve, you should perform this drill for an entire 3-minute round.

Another variation involves integrating heavy bag punching with high knee running in place. This drill would be as follows:

30 seconds of al 30 seconds of al 30 seconds of al 30 seconds of al 30 seconds of al 30 seconds of al out punching on heavy bag out high knee running in place out punching on heavy bag out high knee running in place out punching on heavy bag out high knee running in place

This drill will greatly enhance your anaerobic stamina by strengthening your punching muscles and legs.

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