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    Default Decrease in Strength when BBodyweight Training, then switching to Weighted Training?

    This of course isn't expert advice, but I would play around with minimal programs until you find something you can sustain, even if it is something that seems *very* minimal - as long as your numbers aren't actually going down then it's doing its job as a maintenance program.

    Of course your boxing comes first, and you might yet get better advice from one of the big dogs.

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    Default Decrease in Strength when BBodyweight Training, then switching to Weighted Training?

    Sounds like you need a periodized training plan. Look for a RKC who is also a CSCS. If that's not an option, google periodization and see what you find. The NSCA has good stuff. Even in highly trained college athletes, strength fluctuates throughout the year and a loss of strength is not uncommon in-season. If your goal is to become a better boxer, concentrate on boxing skills and make your training complement them, not detract from them.

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