Cinco De Mayo kicked off this weekend with an exciting fight in Las Vegas, with the undisputed champ Floyd “Money” Mayweather back in the ring.
The undefeated champ kept his title after beating fighter Robert Guerrero. Making it to 12 rounds with barely getting hit, Mayweather stayed quick on his feet and landed more than 60 percent of his power punches.
In the 24/7 HBO documentary, where both fighters were filmed training for their much anticipated fight, Mayweather credits his 44th straight win to putting in a lot of hard work in the gym. While heading to his third workout of the day, during the documentary taping he says;
“To be the best, you’ve got to work overtime,”
Getting older as a boxer, Floyd makes it a point to work hard, and treat his body right, by having an intense training schedule as well as not drinking alcohol.
“Everyone was saying at the age of 36 I don’t have it no more…All I want to do is give fans exciting fights.”
And with no signs of aging, or slowing down in the ring, he is definitely still giving his audience a great performance.
Check out two workouts that Floyd incorporates into his everyday training routine that helped him beat out Guerrero.
I like to call this the “Money” workout;
Floyd’s ab workout: Sit up to Stand up with left/right jabs
Floyd’s Cardio Workout: Skilled Rope Jumping