Get in the best shape of your life in this one hour class. Burn Fat and Tone Muscle. Learn the skills and training techniques the pros use to get in shape for a championship fight. Class includes jump roping, stretching, shadow boxing, foot work, plyometrics, ballistic training, medicine ball drills, Heavy Bag work and Core tightening.
Women are flocking to kickboxing classes, not just because it is an effective form of self defense, but also one of the best body-sculpting exercises there is. You'll feel great while improving your strength, self-confidence fitness, and overall wellbeing from hitting the pads.
Without having to put up with the monotonous miles spent on a bike and treadmill or the boredom of repetitious step and spin classes, you will burn up to 800 calories in an hour-long Kickboxing class as you strengthen your arms and quads, and develop slimmer thighs and a flatter stomach while learning to punch and kick gracefully and effectively.
Get in the best shape of your life in this one hour class. Burn Fat and Tone Muscle. Learn the skills and training techniques the pros use to get in shape for a championship fight.
Class includes jump roping, stretching, shadow boxing, foot work, plyometrics, ballistic training, medicine ball drills, Heavy Bag work and Core tightening.
MMA/JIU JITSU Ground-N-Pound Drills
For the MMA fighter, learning to strike an opponent from the somewhat awkward positions of ground fighting is critical. Raining down "hate and discontent" from the mount or side mount is difficult if you've never done it before. Without knowing how to put some force behind the strikes, they become weak arm punches that are easily ignored by the opponent as he seeks an escape or reversal. Assuming dominant body positions with the boxing bag as a psuedo-opponent allows you to perfect these strikes before executing them against an opponent.
Boxing Personal Training
Boxing lends itself well to personal training for those who are interested in getting fit with more variety than typical physical fitness training. For first-time boxers, it can be far more accessible than a typical boxing gym. You get more personal instruction, allowing you to pick up the basics faster than in a gym -- where you might have to wait until one of the trainers has time to spend with you. It can also be less intimidating than entering a fighter's gym. Other benefits include more variety than standard workouts, giving the fun and stress-relieving benefits of punching a padded target hard. It's also well suited to women who are interested in learning to box -- for fun or for self-defense -- but who might otherwise be intimidated by a male-dominated environment.
Having a personal trainer helping to motivate you can help you get through some difficult moments as you try to crank out a few more push-ups or sit-ups, or maintain your intensity a little longer at the end of a round. Your trainer can give you a mentally demanding workout by having you practice specific combinations on the focus mitts, testing your technique and concentration as well as your endurance -- or he can have you hit a punching bag hard to give you a good physical workout and relieve yourself of stress.