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Boxing is a great way to get in a workout. Whether you’re doing shadowboxing, sparring, bodyweight work, or agility training, all types of boxing workouts can help you improve your overall fitness. And how about if you could do the workout of one of the top boxers of all-time, Floyd Mayweather? We did the hard work for you and created one of Mayweather’s best 30-minute workouts to get you into prime boxing shape.
If there’s anyone who knows what it takes to be at the top of your game and stay in knockout shape, it’s Mayweather. The boxer finished his career with a perfect 50-0 record with 27 knockouts, a bronze medal at the 1996 Olympics, and was the Fighter of the Decade, according to the Boxing Writers Association of America. The reason Mayweather was able to fight for so long and stay at the top of the sport was due to his commitment to training outside the ring and preparing for each fight like it would be his last. Mayweather eventually hung up his gloves winning over Conor McGregor in what turned out to be one of the most profitable fights of his career, netting Mayweather over $300 million. Not bad for a night of work.
One thing that helped to separate Mayweather from other boxers of his era was his combination of speed and strength. This workout will help you build your combination of those. This is a rundown of Floyd Mayweather’s workout, courtesy of Mayweather Boxing + Fitness in Los Angeles. You can find out more information on the Mayweather Boxing + Fitness gym (including classes and programs by clicking here). Add this to your boxing workout routine and you’ll see an improvement in your knockout punch.
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