Fitness Boxing Classes
Live Right Personal Training offers fitness Boxing Classes.
Boxing is a great workout as it requires speed, agility, finesse, power, endurance, and ultimate mental toughness.
Boxing takes you further than you ever thought possible, makes you more alive, and reveals the true fighter deep inside every single one of us.
Boxing is for everyone. It is a workout that can be accommodated for all levels of strength and fitness and can be enjoyed by beginner to advanced participants. The Personal Trainer will modify any exercises or drills to increase or decrease the intensity and complexity of the workout.
Benefits of Boxing
Increased Muscle Tone
Build Strong Bones and Ligaments
In boxing, focus pads provide resistance as does your own bodyweight when you perform pushups, lunges, and various other exercises. Using your bodyweight can also help you maintain or increase your lean muscle mass which is absolutely critical to keeping your metabolic rate burning at maximum capacity. This is of utmost importance if you are trying to lose body fat.
Increased Cardiovascular Fitness
Boxing is a full body movement so when you throw punches a huge number of your body’s muscles are contracting at the same time. This makes your heart and lungs work overtime to pump blood containing oxygen all around your body.
Improved Muscular Endurance
Boxing requires your muscles to contract repeatedly causing the muscles involved to fatigue. With training, your muscles can keep contracting for longer durations without getting tired, allowing you to train harder for longer and ultimately burn more calories.
Improved Core Stability
Anything that causes your body to become unstable requires your core muscles to work harder to keep you balanced. Boxing requires lots of fast rotational movements and these core muscles will develop to allow you to punch hard without losing your balance.
Improved Strength and Power
Boxing is the ultimate full body workout. Correctly thrown punches use your legs, hips, glutes, core, obliques, back, shoulders, chest and arms. Punching against resistance causes all of these muscles to contract with more force and speed, developing further your strength and power.
Sure, boxing is a fantastic physical activity that can help you get in shape, but it has psychological benefits too. Hitting stuff can make you feel really good! Take out the stresses of your normal life in a safe, controlled environment.