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Deontay Wilder trains in gym as he prepares for boxing comeback against Robert Helenius after Tyson Fury defeat

, Deontay Wilder trains in gym as he prepares for boxing comeback against Robert Helenius after Tyson Fury defeat

DEONTAY WILDER has been following a gruelling training regime ahead of his return fight against Robert Helenius.

The American faces his former sparring partner on October 15 in what will be his first bout since losing to Tyson Fury last year.

Deontay Wilder training for his boxing return

The American faces Robert Helenius on October 15

Wilder, 36, held an open workout in Las Vegas with his coach Malik Scott and revealed just how intense his comeback camp has been.

He said: “We’ve been doing 30 or 40 rounds nonstop. Only time I get water is during the break.

“I’ve just been doing things like that to challenge myself, doing things that have never been done before, or that you don’t really do in boxing.

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“I wanted to see how my body adjusts to the long length of time without a break.

“When you can go a long time without taking a break, you’re in shape.”

Wilder’s career was left in doubt following a brutal 11th-round knockout to Fury, 34, last October.

But after a state of himself was put up in his home of Alabama, it inspired the ex-WBC champion to carry on fighting.

And now Wilder feels rejuvenated as he gets set to begin his road back to the heavyweight throne.

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He said: “It feels good. Even in my first reign, a lot of it was my way. But this right here is totally 100 per cent Deontay Wilder’s way.

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“I’m in a different position right now. And it just feels great to be in the position I’m in with no pressure.

“I don’t need the business anymore. When I do it, I do it for my own personal reasons.

“I’m doing it for the people and I’m doing it for some hardware, some titles.”

, Deontay Wilder trains in gym as he prepares for boxing comeback against Robert Helenius after Tyson Fury defeatDeontay Wilder pictured training in Las Vegas

Frequently Asked Questions

How does a beginner box at home?

Boxing is one of the oldest sports known to man. Boxing was originally developed during ancient times to train warriors to fight against enemies. Boxing is still widely practised today. Boxing is not something you need to do in a gym. You only need a pair of gloves and some punching bags.

Amateur boxing clubs can be found in your area where you can get trained by professionals. Once you master basic punches & combinations, you will be ready for competition in tournaments.

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What is the difference between a left hook and a right cross?

A left-hand hook is thrown on the side of a body while a lateral cross is thrown on the front.

A left hook is thrown with the back of the hand facing the opponent’s face. The elbow is bent 90°. The wrist is turned 45° toward opponent.

A right cross is thrown with the palm facing the opponent’s face and the elbow straight. The wrist is turned 45 degrees away from the opponent.

Where should I shop for boxing equipment

Many online stores sell boxing equipment. Some of these include Amazon, eBay, Walmart, Target, and Sports Authority. You might also consider discount stores such as Ross and TJ Maxx if you are looking for low-cost boxing gear.

Warrior, Golden Glove, or Premier Boxing Champions are all good options if quality is your goal.

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How to throw your jab.

To throw a jab, simply follow this simple step-by-step guide:

  1. Step forward with both feet.
  2. Raise your arm above your shoulder.
  3. Keep your fist in front of your target.
  4. After hitting your target, swing your arm backwards.
  5. Repetition steps 1 through 4.

Can you learn to box?

You can learn to box. All you have to do is find a nearby boxing club and join a class. Although most gyms offer free classes to their members, it is possible to search Google for other local boxing clubs.

Also, you will need equipment such as gloves, mouthpiece, headgear, sparring partners, and headgear. Once you have everything you need, you can practice your kicks and punches.

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How To

How to box for training

How to learn to box for exercise

You learn boxing to increase your physical fitness and self-confidence. Boxing is the most well-known sport in the world. It involves strength, speed and agility.

Boxing is an excellent way to lose weight and feel great about yourself. You’ll find that you enjoy the activity so much that you’ll want to keep doing it.

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There are many options for boxing training. You can choose to train in a gym or at home. Others require that you go to a health club. You can also take online courses that allow you access from anywhere in this world.

When choosing a program, make sure that it meets your goals and fits into your lifestyle. The best programs are those that focus on building muscle mass, increasing flexibility, improving cardiovascular endurance, and improving overall well-being.

You should also consider whether you prefer a beginner’s course or a more advanced one. Beginner’s courses usually cover basic techniques such as shadowboxing or sparring, mittwork and punching combinations. Advanced programs offer more variety and more complex movements.

Programs for beginners usually last eight weeks and cost less that $100. These programs don’t give any nutritional, weight loss, or injury prevention advice.

Advanced programs last approximately six months and typically cost $300. They often include nutritional advice, stretching routines, warm-up exercises, and instruction on proper technique. Some programs also include resistance training (e.g. lifting weights) or aerobic conditioning (e.g. running).

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