Advance/Pro Boxing Class

Advance/ Pro Boxing:

Club KO located in Pembroke Pines offers boxing classes. Our facility  contains a regulation boxing ring, speed bags, heavy bags, uppercut bags, jump stands, mobile tire workout stations, medicine balls, jump ropes, conditioning stations, core stations, free weights, and everything else needed to guarantee effective training. We’re open Monday through Friday from 8am to 10PM, with all other hours available for open gym. We’re also proud of our connection to professional boxing and welcome all professional fighters into the Club KO family.Pro Boxer

Learn Authentic Boxing Based Techniques to Improve Fitness , Co-ordination and Mental Focus, We also Coach MMA Fighters .
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If you think it’s just a sport for the rough and tough, you’re wrong. Boxing class is now one of the most popular fitness regimes out there and if it’s a lean, toned, strong body you’re after then this could the sport for you. 

What’s it all about?
Scrap any ideas you have about beating a punching bag by yourself, boxing is very much a social sport. Boxing Class is usually made up of around 15 to 20 people and concentrate on pad work and sparring. This means you face opposite someone and throw combination punches at them which they block with their padded gloves. Then you swap and block theirs.

What can I expect at a boxing class?
A typical class will start with a 10-minute warm-up, followed by about half an hour of boxing and finishing with a 10-minute warm-down. Classes will teach you how to punch properly — it’s about technique not strength.

There are three main moves to employ: hooks (“side” punches), jabs (straight forward punches) and up-cuts (punches going upwards). Your instructor will tell you which combinations you’ll be doing, and may also get you to change partners part-way through the work-out.

Don’t think that boxing is an easy ride, though: it’s seriously hard work. Boxing is a high intensity, full body workout that will keep you moving the whole time. When you’re not throwing a punch, you’re ducking and weaving — or doing squats and abdominal work.

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