|About||Boxing...The SWEET SCIENCE, is an amazing way to Get into Shape, Learn to Defend Yourself, and Build Confidence, all while having a BLAST at UCTC!|
Boxing has made a huge impact on so many lives over the years at Ultimate Combat Training Center. We are SUPER PROUD of the Team of Coaches we have assembled. They TRULY care about their students, and it shows!
WHO IS IT FOR?
Experts who have studied boxing say that nearly everyone — male or female, young or old, fitness newbie or exercise pro — can benefit from throwing a punch. Through high-intensity interval training that builds strength while torching fat, boxing is undeniably one of the best workouts for your body. But what’s especially noteworthy about boxing isn’t just its overall effectiveness. It’s the incredibly fast rate at which you can totally transform your body, and have a blast doing it! Keep reading for four ways that boxing can benefit anyone, including you.
IF YOU’RE LOOKING TO…TONE YOUR ENTIRE BODY
Whether you’re looking to tone your arms, legs or core, there’s no area of your body boxing won’t tighten up. If you’ve ever taken a boxing class before, you have discovered that, like swimming, boxing is a full-body workout. By moving your entire body throughout the duration of your workout, your muscles become more defined with every session.
IF YOU’RE LOOKING TO…RELIEVE STRESS
There’s nothing quite like punching out your stress and anger. Studies show that boxing exercises effectively lessen those not-so-great feelings of anxiety and depression. Trust us, when you’re enjoying your hour-long boxing session surrounded by motivating trainers and encouraging classmates, you won’t be able to think of anything except for what a blast you’re having.
IF YOU’RE LOOKING TO…IMPROVE ENDURANCE
Cardio workouts are key for building endurance. By improving your endurance with boxing, you can transfer it to any other workout you pick up, whether biking, running, weightlifting, rowing…the list goes on. One of the most important components of boxing that we stress at UCTC is learning when to breathe during your workout to prevent getting winded. These proper breat