Are you looking for a way to change up your exercise routine and considered boxing, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you? Even if you’ve never tried it, it’s definitely one option to consider because it offers many different benefits, all of which help you achieve and maintain better health.
For starters, it’s a great cardiovascular workout. By spending your exercise session performing different punching moves while shifting your weight from your right leg to your left, just like the pros, you’ll get your heart rate up, boosting your calorie burn.
Additionally, adding muscle mass increase your calorie expenditure even while at rest. This means that you’ll be burning more calories when you’re sleeping, watching your favorite TV show, or just relaxing with family and friends, ultimately making it easier to lose weight or maintain what you’ve already loss.
Plus, you’ll be working a variety of muscles in your upper body, from your biceps to your triceps to your shoulders, chest, and upper back. And since you’ll be “dancing” around on your feet, you’ll also work your thighs and calves, toning your lower body too.
Your core muscles will get a workout as well as you should keep a tight stomach in order to punch harder, faster, and with better form. This creates a trimmer waistline, enabling you to get rid of any rolls that may be protruding over the top of your pants.
Boxing provides other benefits as well, such as improved coordination and stability. It also helps you get rid of stress as you punch your way to feeling better and more positive, a result you’ll notice almost instantly.If you’ve never boxed, now is a great time to try. There’s more than enough reasons why you should and these are just a few of them.
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