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Excerpt: I started boxing training and my hands are shaking so much after class. I wanted to ask if its normal to have this feeling ?

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    Boxing training

    I started boxing training and my hands are shaking so much after class. I wanted to ask if its normal to have this feeling ?

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    Re: Boxing training

    If you are getting an adrenaline rush from it (likely) yes it is.

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    Re: Boxing training

    Yep.

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    when you start any sort of new exercise you are going to notice things that are peculiar. your body needs time to adjust
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    Re: Boxing training

    Its a normal effect especially if you dont have alot of experience with it.

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    Re: Boxing training

    Magnesium. Get some magnesium citrate and just sip 1.5oz a day


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    Re: Boxing training

    Quote Quote posted by Jacksteel View Post
    Magnesium. Get some magnesium citrate and just sip 1.5oz a day


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    It's quite normal, when you smash (as they say) the fuck out of yourself training hard to have hands shaking. Never mind boxing - any kind of hard training.

    Now if it lasts for ours there might be an imbalance.

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    Yep it's pretty normal
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    Re: Boxing training

    Old school (very old) lifters back in the day were, so I'm told, able to write their names in chalk with a weight hanging from a finger. This was at the beginning of a session. At the end they were so wrecked no one could make out what was written.

    It's a combination of massive impact on the CNS, dehydration and a lack of (maybe) electrolytes/minerals.

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    If you're not in condition sure

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