While the entire WBA worries of a possible brain injury for the reigning welterweight world boxing champion, Manny Pacquiao stands firm in his faith. He believes God will protect him from danger during the fight. He left for Los Angeles last Sunday to continue his training with his long-time trainer at the Wildcard Boxing Gym in California. The Pacquiao vs. Thurman fight will take place on July 22 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Filipino boxer uses plyometric exercises for his training.
Increase Power With Plyometrics
Plyometric exercises are high-intensity workouts for strengthening your muscles. They include those fun activities you enjoy doing as a child. You will do a series of jumps, hops and skips. It mimics those playground activities that you enjoy doing as a child. It’s a fun workout to increase your muscle power, strength, balance and agility. These qualities are helpful for a world boxing champion.
You must be in good shape to do the Plyometric exercises. It involves a lot of high-impact jumping and hopping activities. You need to be active to do this exercise. Doctors recommend that you begin with basic fitness before engaging in these exercises. This fitness routine makes a good training program for high-impact sports but Manny Pacquiao uses it to train for his match.
World Boxing Champion Secrets
Plyometric exercises are Manny Pacquiao’s secret ingredients for being a world boxing champion. The exercises helped the Pacman maintain his incredible speed and agility despite his age during his last two world title fights against Lucas Matthysse and Adrien Broner. The 40-year-old boxing champion continues to do these exercises in his training for the upcoming Pacquiao vs. Thurman fight in July.
The world boxing champion from the Philippines assures his fans and the WBA. There is no need to worry. Pacquiao already started his training at the Elorde Gym in Pasay City. He is perfectly fit for his upcoming Pacquiao vs. Thurman fight.