Shakur Stevenson will clash against Jeremiah Nakathila for the vacant WBO interim junior lightweight title. Ahead of their title clash, here is what Shakur Stevenson's training routine looks like.
Stevenson's training consists of two sessions. One, in the morning from about 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and the second, from 4 p.m. for about hour-and-a-half.
Stevenson's training includes body workouts such as pull-ups and push-ups for better conditioning.
Stevenson includes running every morning as a part of his cardio sessions to increase stamina.
Stevenson does a lot of heavy bag workouts, hits the mitts, speed bag, and more to get better at his boxing skills.
As every boxer, sparring is a vital part of Stevenson's training.