Rolling with the Punches
We headed to Muscle Beach in Venice, CA to get a few training tips
from Edward Gonzales. The boxer and trainer opened up about working out in
The Strong Boy Thermal and even shared a short routine!
In the Zone
“I take a nap then proceed to warm up,
stretch, and do some pad work to get
in the zone before a fight.”
“Train through the pain and get the gain.”
Sticking to It
“I got into boxing when I was 18 and what
keeps me going is mixing it up with other
contact sports such as Muay Thai. It’s kind
of my comfort zone.”
The Right Thermal
“The Strong Boy Thermal was very soft
and comfortable. A perfect thermal for
a jog early in the morning.”
Sticking to It
“I got into boxing when I was 18 and what
keeps me going is mixing it up with other
contact sports such as Muay Thai. It’s kind
of my comfort zone.”
The Right Thermal
“The Strong Boy Thermal was very soft
and comfortable. A perfect thermal for
a jog early in the morning.”

Ed’s Quickie Workout

5 minutes of jump rope / 3 sets of 30 jumping jacks / 3 sets of 30 push ups / 3 sets of 30 lunges
3 sets of 30 squats / 15 min shadow boxing / 12 rounds of bag work

Ed’s Quickie Workout

5 minutes of jump rope
3 sets of 30 jumping jacks
3 sets of 30 push ups
3 sets of 30 lunges
3 sets of 30 squats
15 min shadow boxing
12 rounds of bag work