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2003/12/13 19:06:45 (permalink)
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anyone know of any clubs in or near the Leicester area .. i know of a couple of kickboxing places but dont really fancy that, i would like to give it a go for the fitness benefits mainly but the fun too[}:)]
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    RE: boxing ... 2003/12/14 22:44:28 (permalink)
    also would that type of cardio effect weightlifting gains if training for mass ??
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    RE: boxing ... 2003/12/16 21:53:04 (permalink)
    yes it would. boxing training is very intensive conditioning. depends how many sessions a week you would have but anymore than 1 would probably have a major impact imo.
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    RE: boxing ... 2003/12/16 21:56:07 (permalink)
    Agree with Suggy. If you are serious about boxing then you will lose strength.

    This doesn't rally matter as how much weight you can lift is not important when you are a boxer.
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    RE: boxing ... 2003/12/17 10:26:46 (permalink)
    Why don't u fancy kickboxing? trust you need to try it , it is a wicked workout and helps to improve flexibility which will help with your weight training as well as helping to avoid injuries.
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