Floyd Mayweather boxing training

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Media Workout

Floyd Mayweather was one of the most famous boxers, who win lots of medals and prizes in boxing. We all know that Floyd Mayweather has a good physical structure. For getting a good physical strength, he demands strict workouts and training for every day. The boxing workout and routine training of Floyd Mayweather are intense as ever.

The boxing champion Money was undefeated by Mayweather as 48-0 and defeating Manny Pacquiao on Mayweather 2, which is deemed as the biggest fight in the history of boxing.

When coming to the training section of  Mayweather, usually he gets trains in front of at least 50 to 60 people. But he trains with more concentration and even he doesn’t allow his fans to make him distract.

He said that “A thousand people want you to say ‘hi’ or take pictures, but I don’t come to the gym to take pictures; I come to the gym to bust my calories and work hard to be the best that I can be,”  in an interview, about his training.

In a typical training session of Mayweather, should contains the following sections,

  • Shadow boxing
  • Spars 7-12 rounds
  • Works with heavy bag
  • Floor work
  • Pad work
  • Bodysuit work
  • Speed bag
  • Neck work
  • 200 sit-ups
  • 5-8 mile running

Shadow boxing:

The shadow boxing is warmed up the muscles for the strenuous bag workout which lies ahead. Shadow boxing in front of a mirror can help the boxer to learn perfect techniques and offer a practice for both defensive and offensive exercises.

Spars 7-12 rounds:

The Mayweather spars between 7 to 12 rounds depending on his mode daily. This will replicate a best in a boxing match and will give experience as working on all the facts of boxing skills and techniques.

Works on the heavy bag:

He works on heavy bag daily for 20 to 30 minutes, which maximize the punches and strikes power.

Floor work:

The floor work increases the strength, especially in the core. A strong core is essential to become a top boxer or a sportsman.

Pad work:

Pad work will help him to increase his speed and gives him a coordination and timing.

Bodysuit work:

Body shots can help to throw the opponent off balance and knock them out of the window.

Speed bag:

The jab speed is most important for throw off the rhythm of an opponent boxer.

Neck work:

He daily does the neck work with weights, which gives him a strong neck. A strong neck is a key for durability and injury prevention from the repeated strikes to the head.

200 sit-ups:

He does 200 sit-ups, pull-ups, dips, jump on the rope and double end bag training. Which are a circuit routines and these all will helps him to boost the muscular endurance and give strength throughout of his entire body.

5-8 miles of run:

A long distance of run will work on the slow-twitch muscle fibers, which are needed for the proper endurance in the ring to go the distance.

All these workouts make the Mayweather as a strong boxer.