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post #21 of 34 (permalink) Old 03-14-2009, 08:43 PM
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the heck with my people skills that's a lost cause.
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If I had a job, I wouldn't be on this damn forum all the time.
Why not try and get one?
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There are 800,000 people unemployed where I live.
I highly doubt that.

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Punching bag is good for building strength and cardio, go to bb.com and research about punching bags and punching strength.
It's not good for building strength or cardio. Running and doing aerobic exercise is good for building cardio.

Punching strength is different from actual strength.

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Can't jog, legs will hurt for some reason.
That's because you need to exercise more and build up the muscle and get used to running.

Try not running for 5 hours 10 days straight like you do on the punching bag and I bet you'll be fine.
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Look at above.



Why not try and get one?


I highly doubt that.



It's not good for building strength or cardio. Running and doing aerobic exercise is good for building cardio.

Punching strength is different from actual strength.



That's because you need to exercise more and build up the muscle and get used to running.

Try not running for 5 hours 10 days straight like you do on the punching bag and I bet you'll be fine.
Apparently, you dont live in Florida, go to baynews9.com, 800,000 people with no jobs, 1200 people applied for one position at mcdonalds, some with master's degree's (i watch the news a lot)

Yeah I know my legs muscles have got weak, if I ran 5 hours a day, I'd have no legs left.

Boxing: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/drobson111.htm

The heavy bag was actually designed for boxers to enhance their punching power. It allows for the perfect opportunity to focus on using as many muscles as possible, to ensure a punch is thrown with perfect technique, and with the greatest possible force - the bag never hits back.
Main muscles worked on the heavy bag include the shoulders, arms, back, chest and waist. Legs are also used in the process of punching the bag, to generate power through the upper body.

Straight punches, such as the right cross and jab, will help to develop power through the shoulders and chest, while uppercuts and hooks will utilize the back and arms to a greater extent.

by the way, there are no jobs, everything around here is closing down, everybody is moving away.

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Apparently, you dont live in Florida, go to baynews9.com, 800,000 people with no jobs, 1200 people applied for one position at mcdonalds, some with master's degree's (i watch the news a lot)
I'm sure you could find a job somewhere if you really wanted. Work under the table if you have to.

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Yeah I know my legs muscles have got weak, if I ran 5 hours a day, I'd have no legs left.
If you know your leg muscles are weak then why not do something about it?

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Boxing: http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/drobson111.htm

The heavy bag was actually designed for boxers to enhance their punching power. It allows for the perfect opportunity to focus on using as many muscles as possible, to ensure a punch is thrown with perfect technique, and with the greatest possible force - the bag never hits back.
Main muscles worked on the heavy bag include the shoulders, arms, back, chest and waist. Legs are also used in the process of punching the bag, to generate power through the upper body.

Straight punches, such as the right cross and jab, will help to develop power through the shoulders and chest, while uppercuts and hooks will utilize the back and arms to a greater extent.

by the way, there are no jobs, everything around here is closing down, everybody is moving away.
You do realize that punching power is different from strength right?

You may be able to punch hard but you aren't in good shape and can't lift shit. Why not actually work out and lift weights to stay in shape?

All I hear is excuses. You don't seem to want to do anything about changing your problems or getting better at boxing and life.
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I'm sure you could find a job somewhere if you really wanted. Work under the table if you have to.



If you know your leg muscles are weak then why not do something about it?



You do realize that punching power is different from strength right?

You may be able to punch hard but you aren't in good shape and can't lift shit. Why not actually work out and lift weights to stay in shape?

All I hear is excuses. You don't seem to want to do anything about changing your problems or getting better at boxing and life.
that's not true
I am trying to do something about it but i'm broke
I tried to look for jobs, i applied to 150 and i have no car.

the "boxing" either way is going to help me get started on being healthier. end thread

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that's not true
I am trying to do something about it but i'm broke
I tried to look for jobs, i applied to 150 and i have no car.

the "boxing" either way is going to help me get started on being healthier. end thread
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I trained in bodybuidling for 5 years, took 2 years off from hernia. I took advanced human biology, advance chemistry, fitness, health management, weight lifting and I won the national science academy award at 15 for human biology.
With a resume like this how can you not find a job?
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Working on your bag helps with form a lot too, which doesn't make you stronger, it just makes your punch BETTER. Not a strength exercise.

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okay thanks lock thread

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okay thanks lock thread
No I don't want to.
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MJB, he said LOCK THREAD!!!



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