Boxing

Cardiovascular / Martial Arts / Total Body / Beginner

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Equipment Needed

  • Boxing Gloves

My Performance

Sitewide Performance

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  • Male
  • Female
  • 2.8K
    average time
  • 13K
    best time
  • 6
    times logged
  • #674
    popularity rank

Average Sitewide Boxing Time

  • 13K
    average time
  • 13K
    best time
  • 4
    times logged
  • #588
    popularity rank

Average Male Boxing Time

  • 0
    average time
  • 0
    best time
  • 0
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  • #465
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Average Female Boxing Time

How to do Boxing:

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boxing is a cardiovascular, martial arts, and total body exercise that primarily targets the shoulders and to a lesser degree also targets the abs, biceps, calves, chest, glutes, groin, hamstrings, hip flexors, lats, middle back, obliques, outer thighs, quads, shoulders and triceps ...more

boxing is a cardiovascular, martial arts, and total body exercise that primarily targets the shoulders and to a lesser degree also targets the abs, biceps, calves, chest, glutes, groin, hamstrings, hip flexors, lats, middle back, obliques, outer thighs, quads, shoulders and triceps.

The only boxing equipment that you really need is the following: boxing gloves. There are however many different boxing variations that you can try out that may require different types of boxing equipment or may even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper boxing form is easy with the step by step boxing instructions, boxing tips, and the instructional boxing technique video on this page. boxing is a exercise for those with a beginner level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the boxing video, learn how to do the boxing, and then be sure and browse through the boxing workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Slightly hunch over in your boxing stance so you can help to protect your midsection as well as your face.
  2. Keep your feet moving as well as your upper body so that you are not a stationary target for your opponent to hit.
  3. Keep your focus as you begin to get tired and always keep your guard up.

Variations

  1. Kickboxing
  2. Wrestling

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Compound

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Equipment Needed

  • Boxing Gloves

Tips

  1. Slightly hunch over in your boxing stance so you can help to protect your midsection as well as your face.
  2. Keep your feet moving as well as your upper body so that you are not a stationary target for your opponent to hit.
  3. Keep your focus as you begin to get tired and always keep your guard up.

Variations

  1. Kickboxing
  2. Wrestling

Types

  • Force Type: N/A
  • Mechanics Type: Compound