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    Hello, I have a question: I want to combine HIIT with strength training. Will Boxer endurance workout deliver the results I am looking for, or do I have to do jumping rope intervals on top? I usually do HIIT treadmil (1' on-1' off for 10 times) and a simple weight training session... I am waiting for your opinions, fellow Bees!!!

    #2
    Hi there, I think you can combine HIIT with strength training since the former seems to be more on the cardio side, but the combination can easily become too much for the individual.

    But since you're at Darebee have you considered the Combat HIIT? You can add a challenge or two of things like push ups and squats if you don't have enough, but doing too much additional workout might affect the outcome of the HIIT program as well... Or you can go for programs that contain both strength and cardio.

    Just my 2 cents.

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      #3
      kandy Thanks for your cents (even though I have no idea what that means...). What I wanted to say, is if it will have the same cardio and "sweating" effects as HIIT treadmill... I have also thought doing 1' jumping rope instead of high knees. For HIIT, I think "Boxer Speed" is more appropriate, but it lacks some strength IMHO... Elaborate (just kidding)

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        #4
        I’m just doing the boxing week so I can tell you that “Boxer Speed” and “Boxer Endurance” are very different workouts.

        The first is fast and “light” (1 set = 3 min), the second is really and endurance training (1 set = 10 min, more or less), you sweat, you sweat a lot and push you to fumble, you feel the 50 high knees after each exercise, an heavy exercise than jumping rope.

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          #5
          Fremen You had me at "sweat a lot", but I cannot understand if you encourage high knees or jumping rope...

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            #6
            GiorgosD high knees, if you want to sweat with jumping rope you can catch your breath playing on rhythm and breathing with high knees you cannot, not with 300 high knees per set...

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              #7
              GiorgosD You are welcome. I just looked into the Boxer series which I didn't when I wrote the last post, sorry. Are you actually boxing or are you just doing the boxer exercises for fitness? I think both speed and endurance are important for boxers, and I would just stick with the instructions no matter my purpose of doing the exercises.

              I am not sure about your level but I will definitely sweat like coming out from a shower with the Speed (hiit) one. You usually go all out with hiit in order to gain improvement. I wouldn't say it's lacking strength because there's push up in it. However, if you are using momentum to pump out more reps because of the 15 second time frame then it will probably become cardio instead of strength exercises. It's all up to you, though.

              But the 50 squats in Endurance are definitely strength and, well, endurance training.

              "Just my 2 cents" means something like just my little personal input/opinion. 2 cents = 1/50 dollar

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                #8
                I have not experience as a boxer (It seems that you train as a boxer) but as you like HIIT workouts these workouts may help captain workout,heartstriker,clean sweep.
                https://darebee.com/workouts/captain-workout.html
                https://darebee.com/workouts/heartstriker-workout.html
                https://darebee.com/workouts/clean-sweep-workout.html
                Also many martial arts athletes use "standing meditation" workouts,what is your opinion ?
                https://aboutmeditation.com/podcast/...connor-boxing/
                https://www.martialdevelopment.com/f...ng-meditation/

                To answer your question I thing Boxer endurance workout is ok as it has 50 high knees after each exercise and it is level 4 already and if you want to do HIIT workout with one stregth workout it may be very intense for you,as someone who tried taichi,I give you the advice to try wild goose qigong or taichi before HIIT workouts
                Here you can learn the 8 form taichi https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vkoQ...VJHULDBIcMS2cH
                https://darebee.com/workouts/boxer-e...e-workout.html

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                  #9
                  Avatar Apart from some boxing, I have not much experience in martial arts field. just self taught... I like all forms of it and even do sword/bo training...I know it is not much, but this is my favourite form of training, apart from running (I love it)... I just hate hitting the weights (too boring)

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                    #10
                    If you like taichi you may look for qigong, at YouTube you will find 8 pieces of brocade, shibashi etc
                    I tried wild goose qigong. Low intense and relaxing exercise

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                      #11
                      I will post the 8 pieces of Brocade

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