Boxing 101

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We help you develop your basic boxing stance, basic footwork, and how to throw a punch while also gradually building up your stamina, strength, and endurance! Boxing 101 class is great for the beginner who wants to give the boxing style fitness training a shot but doesn’t know the first thing about it! It’s also a great class for someone who isn’t in the best shape in the world, but wants to get started in fitness without feeling judged, being demoralized, and getting burnt out. Boxing and fitness is tough, but you can do it! This is the perfect class to get started, and we know once you try it, you’ll be hooked!


A typical boxer’s physique is toned and defined without a lot of bulk and that’s why it’s perfect if you want to really tone up. This is because punching is a fast repetitive action that produces toned taut muscles, in contrast to the slow, controlled, very heavy movements involved in body-building or weight lifting that produce size or bulk.



Did you know boxing can burn as much as 500 calories per session? Here’s another fact you’ll appreciate even more: When performing high intensity training, you not only burn heaps of calories during the session, but for hours after the training session has ended. Typical cardio exercise does not have this post training calorie burning effect. That’s why boxing is your best friend when it comes to losing weight.



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.
Boxing will test your cardiovascular system to the max, forcing your body to adapt by making your heart and lungs better at delivering oxygen. This means that you can train at a higher intensity, giving an even greater fat burning effect.



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