Science Behind Groves vs Eubank

The world-boxing super-series has caught fire with two stunning cruiserweight semi-finals setting up a fantastic finale between Olexasnder Usyk and Martin Gassiev. But there’s one match-up that has the British boxing community’s mouth-watering – Chris Eubank Jr. Vs George Groves. Eubank Jr. and Groves dismantled Yildrim and Cox respectively, in their quarter-final contests and on Saturday 17th February, the two …

Jordan Gill Sets His Eyes On The British Title

 WATCH: Boxing Science Profiles – Episode 1 – Jordan Gill  Long-time Boxing Science ambassador Jordan Gill has earned himself the opportunity that he’s been craving and will face  Jason Cunningham on Matchroom Boxing’s JDNXTGEN show in Manchester. ‘The Thrill’ can secure a British featherweight title fight if he defeats Cunningham in an eliminator at Victoria Warehouse on Sunday 25th February, live on …

Explosive Training for Boxing

Quick Facts Punching forces in amateur boxing are around 2500 N… If you weigh 70 kg (11 stone or 154 lbs), you’ll exert about 700 N of force just stood still. That makes punching force about 3.5 times body mass. And to make that even more impressive your punch takes around six-hundredths of a second (~60 ms) to throw. Punching …

Anthony Joshua – Size Matters?

Quick facts… Anthony Joshua has put on 24 lbs in four years since turning pro. That’s almost 2 stone But this is actually quite similar to former heavyweight champions who average 24.8 lbs gains in body mass AJ increased his body mass by 2% in two years, whereas Canelo increased by 4% to step up to the Middleweight division. In …

Tapering Strategies for Boxing

“The hard work is done” is often a phrase used in boxing as they get closer to stepping through the ropes – however, gains from a training camp can unravel through a mismanaged taper…. In Boxing Science’s NEW online training program, we provide a detailed tapering strategy to get your firing for fight night! Click here to access our special …

The Curve Evolution – How we helped boxers run faster!!

Strength and Conditioning coach Danny Wilson explains how he improved boxers maximum sprint speed by 16% in under TWO years. As a sport, Boxing is evolving! The long road runs of yesterday are getting less popular as boxers and coaches start to embrace high-intensity interval training. The reason why is because, more often than not, a successful boxer will need to …

Science Behind Haye vs Bellew

David Haye and Tony Bellew embark on a fascinating match up this weekend when they will be putting their words into action at the O2 arena in London. There have been some big talking points in the build up to this Heavyweight showdown, with Bellew stepping up a weight division and Haye’s inactivity making this an exciting match-up. A lot …

Science Behind Joshua vs Klitschko

Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko has been on the cards since September, and now it has been officially announced that Britain’s boxing superstar will be taking on the heavyweight boxing legend at Wembley on Saturday 29th April. There is a divide in opinion from boxing fans and critics, as they weigh up the contest considering AJ’s relative inexperience and the fact that …

Boxing Science Support Ingle Gym Fuerteventura Camp

Strength and conditioning coach Danny Wilson reviews his time spent with the Ingle Gym boxers on their warm weather training camp in Fuerteventura. Away from their Wincobank roots, the Ingle gym boxers have a second training home in Calle de Fuste, Fuerteventura. Experienced coach Dominic Ingle has taken his stable to the canary island around twenty times, being accommodated and …

Jordan Gill – Training Update

Boxing Science review Jordan Gill’s progress with his recent strength training, where he’s been shifting some iron contributing to 10% improvement in punch velocity since his last fight. Mastering the Split Jerk The split jerk is a challenging exercise that many athletes may avoid due to issues in strength, speed and mobility to deal with the complex technique. But if you get …