Exceptional athletes learn to look at other sports, see what works and adapt that to their own training approaches. One instance of this could be in relation to the sport of bodybuilding. Bodybuilders employ a style of weight training called supersets. During super-setting, lifters work opposing muscle groups. For instance, they will do one set of bench presses, for the chest muscles, followed immediately by a set of rows, which are for the back muscles. Bodybuilders understand that opposing muscle groups work in direct correlation to each other. They correctly and naturally balance each other out so that when they are worked simultaneously they strengthen and support each other. They also experience a similar work load. This beneficial and time-tested methodology can be applied to your boxing training.