It takes to be a star. Why should I say that? The all-stars you usually see, they were not born, but they were made. Today we look at one boxing star, Terence Crawford who will be in the ring this coming 20th of April. Today, we break into his training camp for the Crawford vs. Khan Fight.
From what we saw from the camp, it is clear that the desire to become a star comes from the Terence himself.it is from the camp, where this champion learns some techniques and moves. It is a place where he practices on those moves and technique and masters them. From the training set up in the camp, we also concluded that Terence trains to adapt to changing circumstances.
In the camp, the working days for Terence can be divided into two. There are those days when he works hard, and there are those days when he spares. He really works with different coaches and how hard he must train depends on those coaches. Of the more exercises, he does in throwing punches. The coaches emphasize on this to avoid the occurrence of fatigue during the late rounds of fighting.
One thing that we also learned about Terence, is that he does two swimming sessions in each week when in a training camp. It sounds amazing right. His coaches say that it is good for core, speed, recovery time, and lungs.
From what is seen in the camp, we can conclude that no better fruit comes on a silver plate. You need to work out if you are an aspiring young boxer who is thinking of becoming a star. It is clear that you need to follow and be submissive to your coaches or trainers .with this you will see results just like Terence.