GYM OPENING HOURS
MONDAY 5:30am – 11:00pm
TUESDAY 5:30am – 11:00pm
WEDNESDAY 5:30am – 11:00pm
THURSDAY 5:30am – 11:00pm
FRIDAY 5:30am – 11:00pm
SATURDAY 8:00am – 6:00pm
SUNDAY 8:00am – 6:00pm
ARE YOU READY FOR A CHALLENGE?
Learn how to box by an Olympic Gold Medallist
One on One session for just $40.00
Weekly boxing times may vary.
MONDAY 3:00pm – 7:00pm
WEDNESDAY 3:00pm – 8:00pm
THURSDAY 3:00pm – 7:00pm
SATURDAY 8:30am – 1:00pm
All sessions are 1 on 1. We do ask you to arrive early to warm up and do advise to wear boxing wraps every session. Please contact us now for a booking (**Limited places available)
Boxing as a sport requires a high level of athletic prowess: 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. If you’re hoping to get in great shape and improve your health, you just might want to give it a go. There are a number of reasons why.
Enhanced Cardiovascular Health
You need to do cardio to protect yourself from heart disease, burn calories, and lose or maintain your weight. The whole point of cardio is to place a moderate amount of stress on your heart and lungs so that they’re challenged enough to make beneficial physiologic adaptations to support the higher level of physical activity.
Improved Total-Body Strength
During a boxing workout, you may punch a bag hundreds of times, requiring your upper body, lower body, and core to engage as you make contact with the bag. Plus, most workouts incorporate other strength training moves into a boxing workout.
Better Hand-Eye Coordination
Individuals with good hand-eye coordination tend to have faster reflexes and reaction times, and tend to have better physical coordination as a whole. This is particularly important during aging, as coordination and balance become compromised, increasing the risk of falls.
Boxing can help hone hand-eye coordination. When you’re tasked with punching a speed bag or practice punching the padded mitts, you must be able to see the target, react to the target, and hit the target, all while the target is moving and changing position. It’s tough, but with practice, your hand-eye coordination improves substantially.
Almost any form of moderate to intense physical activity can decrease stress. Exercise increases endorphins, boosts mood, works as a form of meditation, and improves sleep, all of which help reduce stress.
Boxing is a great outlet for stress, during a boxing workout you typically transition between high intensity bouts of exercise and moderate intensity recovery periods. When you’re pushing yourself through a couple minutes of high-intensity punching, you don’t have much mental power left to worry about how awful your job is. And even during rest periods, you’ll be focused on sucking wind and mentally preparing for the next round, not stressing over your packed schedule.
Improved Body Composition
Boxing is an incredible mechanism for improved body composition because it perfectly combines muscle-building strength training moves and calorie-torching 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. And if you’re hoping for a pat on the back from your bathroom scale, you’re likely to see changes in your weight as well.