Time 4 Athlete Amin Jahanzeb
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24 years old from the City of Bradford
I learned boxing from five or six years old, sparring kids on the street to learn how to become tough and learning how to protect myself where I grew up. I first walked into an actual boxing gym when I was thirteen years old and since then I have been stopping people left, right and centre.
Amin’s current boxing record is 8-0 with 2KOs, and is now determined to build on his perfect professional start on the platform to hall of fame promoter Frank Warrens Queensbury promotions.
My main goal is to be a world champion in multiple weight divisions but of course to keep winning each fight to get there.
I fight better when the pressure is on and when there’s more expected of me. So, when it comes to fighting on a big Frank Warren show in an arena in front of thousands of people, that’s my time. I’ve been waiting to thrive on a big stage and now the time has come.
Amin has teamed up with Time 4 Nutrition to cover multiple bases, nutrition, strength and conditioning with Time 4 Athlete Pat Warner
A little insight to his supplementation and training regime.
Time 4 Recovery, used post training session, all year round.
Time 4 Whey Protein, used throughout the day especially breakfast with oats, Time 4 Whey is consumed on non training days to keep the carbohydrates down.
Time 4 Water Pro, used prior to competitive bouts to make weight.
Time 4 Glutamine, used daily to boost immune system and recovery.
Time 4 Intra-Workout, sipped constantly during training to keep hydrated and keep the BCAA stores topped up.
Strength and Conditioning training with Pat Warner is conducted twice per week, and its ramped up to four times per week whilst in a training camp preparing for a fight, with a solid nutrition plan, now allowing Amin to perform at an even higher level, Pat Warner has been able to push him harder than ever before, “there are specific areas that we are focussing on with Amin, areas that will make him faster and stronger”, Pat Warner said.