Are you looking for a fun way to exercise? Thankfully boxercise exists. Simply put it’s a cardio exercise that has only the training part of boxing. You don’t have to hit or, get hit by anyone, at all!
What is Boxercise?
Boxercise is a form of aerobic exercise and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) that uses boxing techniques and various other plyometric exercises.
Boxercise provides cardiovascular benefits, increased strength, and endurance for all major muscle groups, improved balance and coordination skills while also boosting energy levels throughout the day.
In fact, thanks to not giving or taking physical hits boxercise can be used as a form of physical therapy or rehabilitation for individuals rehabilitating from injuries such as hip replacement, knee surgery, or lung cancer treatment side effects such as post-surgery muscle tightness and decreased mobility.
It only has the training part of boxing, there is no competition between opponents.
Boxercise is a new way to exercise. It incorporates punching and kicking techniques with strength and weight training using boxing bags, speedballs, and medicine balls.
Boxing not only has cardiovascular benefits, but the training improves coordination skills and balance as well. This high-intensity training builds muscle and burns fat. Boxercise is a total workout for the mind and body.
Boxercise is more than just physical fitness; it can be considered a form of aerobic exercise that improves cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance, mobility, and flexibility. Rock climbing classes promote similar benefits of physical health without actually scaling rocks; boxercise does the same for boxing fans who don’t want to spar or shouldn’t spar because of health reasons.
If you are looking for a new way to get in shape, consider incorporating some boxing moves with your cardio routine. Boxercise is the best kind of cross-training — it works many muscle groups while also burning lots of calories. Those who participate in this program will see results in their overall fitness levels and weight loss (if that is an aim).
Those individuals who participate in boxing-type activities on a regular basis may notice an increase in their ability to concentrate and focus, an improvement in reaction time and hand-eye coordination, better balance, and flexibility, boosted moods and energy levels, decreased stress levels, reduced feelings of depression (a common side effect of intense exercise) and reduced anxiety levels.
Can Anyone Do Boxercise?
The classes are suitable for all ages, genders, and athletic abilities, and there is no need to have any previous athletic experience.
Beginners can adjust to boxercise right away, after all, it’s a fun exercise that doesn’t involve the grueling part of boxing.
If you are looking for a fun way to lose weight and release some tension, boxercise can do wonders. Also, you won’t be punching or receiving punches from anyone, but still, you’ll be training like a boxer.
Some might think that boxercise is not for them as a cardio program, please check the articles below to find yourself a suitable cardio program:
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