Iron Mike Tyson Boxing Training

Iron Mike Tyson Boxing Training

“Iron Mike Tyson”, “Kid Dynamite” and “The Baddest Man on the Planet” Tyson is a retired American boxer who remains the youngest man to win a world heavyweight title.
Mike Tyson was the undisputed Heavyweight champion (held all three major championship belts; WBA, IBF, and WBC) — 1 August 1987 – 11 February 1990

Iron Mike incorporated the following exercises in his workouts and trained between 5-7 Times a week.

– 3 mile jog (Roadwork 3 miles)

– Ring work (Sparring 10 rounds)
– Slip Bag 10 minutes or Speed Bag 10 minutes (Both when up coming fight)
– Focus Pads 10 minutes or Heavy Bag 10 minutes (Both when up coming fight)

– Sit-Ups
– Push-Ups
– Pull-Ups
– Dips, did this circuit ten times

– Neck Work 10 minutes
– Jump Rope 10 minutes
– Ring work and 60 mins on the exercise bike

– 2000 sit-ups;
– 500-800 dips;
– 500 press-ups;
– 500 shrugs with a 30kg barbell and 10 mins of neck exercises

– 30 minutes on the exercise bike

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smith machine

What is a Smith Machine?

The Smith Machine is an item of equipment used in weight training. It consists of a barbell that is constrained to move only vertically upwards and downwards on steel runners. A Smith machine often includes a weight rack in the base to help stabilise it.
The Smith machine can be used for any barbell exercise in which the barbell moves vertically up and down, such as the squat or the bench press.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Dips

Arnold Schwarzenegger Dips

Dips is an exercise used in strength training. Weight supported on the arms or on a dip bar with arms straight. Bend the arms to a 90 degree angle (lowering their body), then slowly returns to the starting position of straight arms (lifting your body’s weight).

Dips primarily train the triceps, and will also build the latissimi dorsi and pectorals with wide arm training.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger T Bar Row

Arnold Schwarzenegger Bicept Curls

300 Workout

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Back Muscles

Barbell Bent-over Row – Back Muscle Exercises

A bent-over row is a weight training exercise designed to target the latissimus dorsi muscle.

With one knee and one hand on the same side of the body braced on a bench and a straight back parallel to the ground, and the other hand holding the weight(dumbell) with the arm extended. lifted weight towards the hip until elbow bends past 90° and the elbow or humerus is in line with the back, then lowered to the original position.

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Equipment Bench Press

What is a Bench Press?

A bench press is a strength training exercise, the picture above is the exercise equipment used. Bench press is preformed on your back. The person doing the exercise lowers the weight to chest level then pushes it back up until the arm is straight and the elbows locked. The exercise focuses on the major pectoralis muscle as well as other supporting muscles.

There are several variations using subgroup muscles. You can incline, decline the bench to preform the exercise. Hand positioning can also be changed with a wider or narrow grip.

The exercise can also be preformed with dumbells or a barbell.

Try and use a spotter and light weights when starting out.

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Dumbell Rack

Chef Hungus Exercises

Hey Hungus!

I’ve put a two day routine together for you. If you get sick of any of the exercises just let me know. Just remember 3 hours over one hole week isn’t that much time. We are getting you Bat Cave ready.

Day One

1st Set

2nd Set

3rd Set

4th Set

Squats

14

14

12

12

Stiff Leg Deadlifts

14

14

12

12

Push Ups

20

20

20

20

Deadlift

14

14

12

12

Military Presses

14

14

12

12

Bicep Curls

14

14

12

12

Tricep Extensions

14

14

12

12

Day Two

1st Set

2nd Set

3rd Set

4th Set

Squats

14

14

12

12

Stiff Leg Deadlifts

14

14

12

12

Push Ups

20

20

20

20

Deadlift

14

14

12

12

Military Presses

14

14

12

12

Bicep Curls

14

14

12

12

Tricep Extensions

14

14

12

12

Workout should take about 45 minutes.

Below are the other dumbbell exercises you can work on once you get yourself a bench.

Chest Dumbbell Exercises
– flat bench dumbbell press
– incline bench dumbbell press
– decline bench dumbbell press
– dumbbell flyes (flat/incline/decline bench)

Back Dumbbell Exercises
– deadlifts
– single arm bent over rows
– double arm bent over rows
– lying row

Biceps Dumbbell Exercises
– standing dumbbell curls
– seated dumbbell curls
– incline dumbbell curls
– preacher curls (if you have a preacher curl bench)
– concentration curls
– hammer curls

Triceps Dumbbell Exercises
– single arm overhead tricep extensions (can also be done with both arms)
– dumbbell skull crushers (flat, incline or decline bench)
– tricep kickbacks

Shoulders Dumbbell Exercises
– seated dumbbell press (can also be done standing)
– arnold press
– front raises
– lateral raises
– shrugs

Legs Exercises Dumbbell Exercises
– squats
– lunges
– stiff legged deadlifts
– calf raises

REMEMBER TO GO HARD OR STAY HOME!

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