Knock Down Pounds with These Boxing Moves

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Most people see boxing as an extreme sport, but in reality, it’s an ultimate full-body workout. Everyone who wants to get in remarkable shape should try it and see how it goes.

Punching a heavy bag is a great physical and mental exercise. Physically, you train your resistance and strength, and mentally you release negative energy and stress.

Boxing may seem easy while you are watching your boxing coach do it, but after putting on the protection equipment and giving it a try, you’ll realize how easily you get tired.

Short breaks are very important, so after three minutes of punching the heavy bag, it’s time to cool your body down. Everyone comes back after a break because it’s a satisfying and challenging training, and participants don’t give up easily. 

Coaches can be demanding sometimes, but each participant is there to improve themselves, so they decide how hard the boxing workouts should get, depending on the results they want to achieve.

Different boxing clubs are claiming this workout can burn between 800 and 1000 calories if you keep it up for one hour. No matter what the final number is, the results are always incredible.