- Work all major muscle groups for greater strength
Learning how to correctly throw a punch will engage and activate your legs, hips, glutes, core, oblique, back, shoulder chest and arms to develop total body strength and power.
- Enhanced aerobic and anaerobic health
Your cardiovascular system will be working overtime, training your heart and lungs to better deliver oxygen all around your body. This means you’ll be able to train better for longer.
- Increased muscle tone
A typical non-heavyweight boxer's physique is toned, defined and without bulk because punching is a fast repetitive action that produces toned, taut muscles.
- Improved body composition
Actively targets weight loss by combining muscle-building strength training moves and calorie-torching bouts of cardio.