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Discover the exact boxing training plan utilised by Iron Mike Tyson, the baddest man on the planet!

Tale of the Tape

Name: Mike Tyson

Nicknames: Iron / Kid Dynamite / The Baddest Man on the Planet

Weight: Heavyweight

Height: 5ft 10in (178cm)

Reach: 71in (180cm)

Nationality: American

Date of Birth: 30th June 1966

Stance: Orthodox

Boxing Record

Fights: 58 (50 / 6) (2 no contests)

Wins by KO: 44

 


Sparring Days

Warm-up / Stretching - 15 minutes

Shadow Boxing - 3 x 3-minute rounds

Speed Bag - 10 minutes

Sparring - 12 x 3 minutes rounds

Focus Pads - 4 x 3-minute rounds

Warm Down - 10 minutes


Non-Sparring Days

Warm-up / Stretching / Shadowboxing - 25 minutes

Slip Bag - 9 minutes

Focus Pads - 4 x 3-minute rounds

Heavy Bag - 5 x 3-minute rounds

Speed Bag - 10 minutes non-stop

Skipping - 9 minutes

Warm Down - 10 minutes


Floorwork Workout

Abs Circuit - 1 minute per exercise x 5 rounds
Sit-ups / Crunches / Leg Raises / Side to Sides

Bench Dips - 400 total

Push-ups - 400 total

Weighted Shrugs (30kg) - 400 total

Body-Weight Squats - 400 total

Neck Exercises - 6 minutes

Skipping - 9 minutes 

 

 

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