ANTONIO: BOXING - MUAY THAI - BJJ - STRENGTH TRAINING
JUAN: BOXING - STRENGTH TRAINING
DAVID: BOXING - STRENGTH TRAINING
ARTHUR: BOXING-MUAY THAI
Boxing is one of those fitness trends that has never completely faded out of sight. According to the ESPN Degree of Difficulty Project, which sized up more than 60 sports based on required athletic skills to determine which sport is most difficult, boxing came out on top
Top Benefits of Boxing
Boxing as a sport requires a high level of athleticism: strength, speed, agility, hand-eye coordination, endurance, nerve, and power, just to name several required attributes. Boxing as a fitness activity enables the average person to hone those same athletic skills, all without having to take a punch.
1. Enhanced Cardiovascular Health
2. Improved Total-Body Strength
3. Better Hand-Eye Coordination
4. Decreased Stress
5. Improved Body Composition
Boxing is great for improving body composition –. Personally, I don’t promote “weight loss” because I don’t think it sends the right message. Ultimately, if you want to lose weight, what you really want to do is improve your body composition – to increase your muscle mass and decrease your fat mass. Boxing is an incredible for improved body composition because it perfectly combines muscle-building strength training moves and bouts of cardio. By regularly participating in a boxing program and following a nutritious eating plan, there’s no reason you won’t see changes in your shape and improvements to your fat mass percentage.