ok i will have a crack!
You have quite a dilemma, loads of work and not much time!
I have and still do abit of boxing now and again, nothing serious just the odd bit of bag and pad work. It is one hell of a workout i must admit!
Personally after a good session of bags and pads my performance would be seriously lacking if i hit the weights right after. But i am no competetive fighter so you might be able to cope with this. (If you were Rocky or even Clubber lang this wouldnt be a problem but this is the real world unfortunately!)
I would do the gym work on the days you have free personally, it will give you a mighty hard week, but if you did the weights right after your boxing you would be in the gym for around 3 hours on your workout nights!
I would put the running in with the weights, either side or split its up to you but there is alot of work there for one week!
And if i had that much i might concede a session might need to go over the weekend. monday to friday straight would be hard.
You will be wasted at the end of the week but which ever way you order the work you wana do you will be wasted anyway.
But for me, gym on the off days definately if you can dedicate yourself like that!
If you are a competetive fighter i as assuming your diet is sound, and having an office job is a bonus!
You will just have to give it a crack i reckon, there is alot there to do and i think you will have to see how your body responds before been able to make the better choice
One thing you are missing is recovery time!
One thing that might make things easier is what kinda weight routine are you looking at doing?
post edited by Gunit - 2005/08/03 13:24:43