Juan Francisco Estrada’s Workout: How Hard Does He Train?

Published 03/06/2021, 9:59 AM EST


Juan Francisco Estrada ranks among the best super flyweights of the modern boxing era. The WBC super-flyweight king is also one of the most hardworking fighters around. Over the course of his prolonged career, Estrada has always presented his dynamic self to tackle his opponents.

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He has made a statement every time he’s stepped inside the squared circle and has always looked better than ever. To stay right at the pinnacle, Estrada has had to immerse himself in rigorous workout sessions. Hence, he has spent countless hours in the gym to get his frame and mental state in the most ideal shape.

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‘Gallo’ uses skipping ropes to warm-up before entering his planned workout. He also works on his shadow boxing skills to get hold of his speed and movements.

Juan Francisco Estrada moves a lot in the ring. That said, he keeps his movement drills on top. Moreover, the 30-year-old does his usual pad work alongside his trainer. To work on his ferocious knockout strength, Estrada uses the heavy bag to land his power punches.

Along with this, ‘Gallo’ does primal weight training to keep his 115-pound frame in check. His workouts are an exuberant amalgamation of conditioning, pad-work and movement drills, and weight training.

Estrada exhibits a massive work ethic and never fails to hit the benchmark and even exceed it with his workouts. This is predominantly why he creates magic inside the ring with ease.

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Can Juan Francisco Estrada become the undisputed super-flyweight champion?

Juan Francisco Estrada has an eye-catchy track record of 41 wins and just 3 losses. He displays a champion mentality and never lets his opponents get over him.

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On top of his punching abilities and power, Estrada brings out the slickest game-plans to dismantle his foes.

Considering his age and pro-active run in the super-flyweight division, ‘Gallo’ still has a massive career lying ahead of him. Leveraging on the same, he can trace the pathway to be the ultimate king at 115 pounds. However, he still has several resilient opponents in-line and needs to get past them first.

His fans will be keen to see him back in action and even more ecstatic to see him adding another ‘W’ to his resume.

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Is Juan Francisco Estrada the best super-flyweight at present?

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan

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Prathamesh Singh Chauhan is a Boxing Author at EssentiallySports. He is a graduate from the International Institute of Sports Management who combines his love for sports, particularly combat sports, and his flair for writing and analysis to help him in his day-to-day work. He has prior professional experience with sporting organizations such as Star Sports, Khelo India, and NBA.

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