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Benefits of Boxing Training for Fitness. Useful Info to Bear in Mind by Todd S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 28 Jul 2009 10:40pm You may improve your health and have a physically healthy body by getting into boxing training fitness programs. This is the best way for you to have a stronger body and gain confidence. Boxing workouts can help you to be at your best fighting form as well. Numerous individuals see positive results from boxing trainings. You may build stronger ... Read on »
A KNOCKOUT WORKOUT: High-intensity boxing training is becoming a popular way for women to keep in shape. by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 10:10pm Mary-pier Gaudet (guest model) The fitness community ( weight lifters, runners, cross trainers ) have finally come to realize that boxing for fitness and training like a pro fighter is an incredible workout, for cross-training and general fitness. It challenges the aerobic and anaerobic systems. It improves body strength, burns fat and incr ... Read on »
Cardboard Box Train by healthymama Posted Fri 09 Mar 2012 8:08am Cardboard Box Train I saw many  versions of this cardboard box train online: from completely bare boxes to those painted to look like real trains. On a bad weather day, I decided to create our own cardboard train. Firstly, fold the tops of the boxes in or cut them out. Then, start painting. My three-year old and I painted three boxes ... Read on »
Tea Box Train by healthymama Posted Sun 01 Apr 2012 10:59am I saved all of my empty tea boxes and used them to make a tea box train! Firstly, we painted the tea boxes and let them dry. We also painted a toilet paper roll and let it dry. Then, we cut the windows out of the construction paper. Then, we glued the windows on the train. We made a hole on top of the first “car” and stuck the toilet paper r ... Read on »
Review: WorkoutBOX Training Programs by Jennette F. Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 May 2010 10:00am Disclosure: I was given free access to the Workout Box training programs and was compensated for this review. When I joined the YMCA a few years ago , the shiny workout machines scared me, the guys lifting weights intimidated me, and I still have no idea how to work a rowing machine. I ended up on the elliptical or the treadmill most n ... Read on »
Boxing is an explosive sport, ballistic training methods are especially effective during weight training for boxing. Improve you by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 12:49pm There are several general concepts, which helped to shape the specific program. First, the work profile of boxing is repeated 3-minute rounds of activity, often with very high intensity bursts within a round. The rounds are separated by one-minute rest intervals. Thus, the relative contribution of anaerobic energy release pathways is conside ... Read on »
Boxing & resistance training by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 Jan 2010 8:54am A boxing training program must focus on reactive power, power endurance, muscular endurance, anaerobic endurance and aerobic endurance. Boxing is unique in that, unlike most team and individual sports, competition events are limited during the year. The majority of the annual plan is spent on preparatory training phases planned so that th ... Read on »
Rich/Fit Get Peeled With My boxing/ Fire Cardio Training. by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Jun 2011 9:35am They say that slow and steady wins the race. Bullshit! I say the cardiovascular key to fat burning and building a muscular and well defined body is using interval training workouts on separate days from your weight training. ( I combine these intervals on my boxing training days ). These interval workouts alternate high-intensity l ... Read on »
SOL Performance Training: Shattering the Box by Vantage Clinical Solutions Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 May 2012 1:30pm Insurance companies aren’t reimbursing physical therapists like they used to. So whaddaya gonna do about it? If you’re Tammara Moore, DPT, a long-time PT practice owner in the California Bay Area, you’re going to change up your game. Instead of pulling back on quality in order to remain profitable and stay in business, Tammara decided to th ... Read on »
Women boxing for fitness, combined with strength training exercises by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 24 Dec 2009 5:23am Although boxers historically eschewed specific strength training believing that it would slow their technique, today's boxers are more open minded to the potential benefits of a strength-training program. Like their male counterparts, female boxers could achieve substantial gains in punching power and muscular endurance by following a strength- ... Read on »