Boxing isn't just a sport anymore. It's also a popular way to stay fit among older adults, through a version known as fitness boxing. There's no getting into a ring or taking any punches, so there's no risk of head trauma. Instead, fitness boxing has adapted the movements of the sport into exercise routines. "This kind of boxing has many health benefits, because it constantly requires you to think, change your position, and change your posture," says physical therapist Linda Arslanian, director of rehabilitation services at Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women's hospital ( Source: Harward.edu)
Boxing training is a form of exercise that involves footwork, punching, and evasion movements to simulate the activities involved in the sport of boxing.
It’s often combined with other conditioning activities, such as jumping rope and calisthenics, which increases the intensity of each training session.
Boxing can help improve your heart health, body composition, and strength, as well as lower your blood pressure and aid weight loss.
Most of all, boxing is a fun way to get some exercise and release stress in a safe and healthy way.
Here's Some of the Basic Training Videos:
Music helps the most to get in the process easily. Link to the spotify playlist:
Few Boxing movies recommendations for you to get a boost.
- Rocky Series ( Availaible in Netflix)
- Million Dollar Baby
- Mary Kom
Fitness boxing is for everyone. Punch Hard mate