The English boxer confirmed himself as WBC heavyweight champion after beating Deontay Wilder in the rematch. His training is accurate and certifies the flashback for boxing after the period of depression
Destiny in a name. Tyson Fury could not help but approach boxing. His father John had thought of it, who as a child taught him the secrets of this sport, dreaming for him a future as a king, like the other Tyson, Mike. And the English is truly the heavyweight ruler. In 2020 he regained the Wbc title by beating Deontay Wilder, who was also defeated in the rematch. Now he is aiming for the reunification of the belts. Ambitions unthinkable just three years ago, when he was coming out of the tunnel of depression. Then the return of the love for boxing and the rebirth with a scrupulous training program.
Depression had upset Fury’s physique, he appeared fattened and unresponsive. The new routine, centered on boxing, has once again polished him. Four days of the week, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, provide for two different training sessions: in the morning space for technique, while the afternoon is reserved for sparring. Fury brought in SugarHill Steward, grandson of famous coach Emanuel Steward, to work on aggression and the construction of the knockout. On Wednesday and Saturday, however, the focus is on strength and explosiveness.
WEIGHTS AND CARDIO
Tyson isn’t always in the ring training. As he told Muscle & Fitness, even on less intense days, he never stops dedicating himself to two activities: “I run every day. When I’m not in training camp, I do cardio in the morning and weights in the afternoon. I actually split the weight training into five occasions throughout the week, working on a different body part each time. ”
It is important for a boxer to control his weight. Consequently, nutrition plays a crucial role. Fury turned to sports nutritionist George Lockhart, who had previously worked with the likes of Conor McGregor. In an interview with The Athletic, the expert outlined the 4,500-calorie plan. The day starts at 8 with a breakfast of fruit and Greek yogurt. Before training, a smoothie consisting of 4,000 milligrams of beta-alanine and 200 milligrams of caffeine is used. While practicing, Fury takes creatine and sugar. Then the two lunches, one at 11 and the other at 2. Tyson loves spicy and curry in particular. In the second meal you opt for a second course based on fish or meat. At 6 pm dinner, with a different type of meat.
The English boxer is also known for his rather bizarre ways of relaxing. In her spare time she loves having fun with her children, perhaps diving into the pool with them. And then you can never miss the music, with songs and dances. In short, a real showman.
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