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Stress, tension, fatigue - and your waistline is also steadily increasing. Sound familiar? But what to do about it?
Why not try boxing? Boxing is the perfect balance to a stressful everyday life, especially if your working day takes place mainly in a sitting position. If you exercise regularly, you will not only relieve your tension and back pain, you will also feel fitter and more balanced. In addition, regular physical activity strengthens the immune system and keeps you healthy. So what are you waiting for? Get into your tracksuit!
The most important thing about exercise is to have fun. If training is fun, regular exercise will be much easier for you. That's why you should first find out which sport is right for you. Ball sports like football, handball or basketball have never appealed to you and yoga is just too boring for you. How about a course in a martial art or a combat sport? What, you thought they were one and the same?! Far from it.
Martial arts include fighting styles that focus primarily on skills and techniques for defending against attacks, i.e. self-defence. You learn certain movements, but you do not compete with other athletes of the same discipline. In Japan, these fighting styles are also called Kempō. Karate, for example, is such a Japanese martial art that focuses primarily on the technique of striking. Not only in Japan, but also in other countries there are numerous such martial arts. A martial art that is also sometimes referred to as a combat dance. Of course, all of these fighting styles involve fights, but unlike martial arts, they are not about direct comparison between opponents. Rather, it is about practising the various techniques.
In martial arts, on the other hand, the focus is on competition, the direct comparison of opponents. One focus of training is therefore on endurance. Martial arts include boxing, kickboxing and wrestling, but also fencing and judo.
Why take a boxing course? In boxing, you simply have to fight each other until one of you can't do it anymore. Or don't you? Wrong. In boxing there is actually quite a lot to consider. First of all, you have to learn the basic techniques like punches and their combinations. Training also includes lifting weights, push-ups, squats and some endurance training.
This may come as a surprise, but boxing actually has similar benefits to the ancient Indian tradition of yoga. Yes, really! Boxing is not only good for your body and health, it also has a positive effect on your mind and soul. This makes boxing the ideal balance to stressful everyday life. Don't you think? Here are the advantages in detail.
Boxing is good for your body and health, because boxing not only increases your physical fitness, but also trains your entire body at once - arms, legs, stomach and back. In addition to strength and endurance, your coordination, speed and flexibility are also trained. You also burn a lot of calories in the process. Boxing is therefore also a suitable sport for losing weight.
Boxing is good for the mind, because you have to really concentrate when boxing. If you are really concentrated during training, you forget everything around you. You don't need a dog looking down to find inner peace. It also improves your mental performance.
Boxing is good for the soul. Why is that? Because you can let off a lot of steam when you box. You can put all your stress, frustration, fears, everything that weighs you down, into the punch and let it out without a guilty conscience on the nearest punching bag. Regularly going to boxing training increases your resilience and you will soon learn to deal with pressure and stress better. Make your own punching bag for boxing training at home, then you can let off steam whenever you feel stressed or under pressure.
You will never get bored with boxing training, because there are numerous variations. The best-known boxing style is English boxing. But there is also French boxing (Savate), which involves both punches and kicks, and Thai boxing, the national sport of Thailand.
To find the right boxing style for you, you should first think about whether you want to fight with your hands and feet, your entire body or only your hands and arms. On Superprof you also have the opportunity to try out the different boxing styles first, because most boxing trainers offer the first lesson for free.
Because Superprof has made it its business to bring students and teachers together, i.e. you and your private boxing trainer. Just enter the location where you want to take boxing lessons and Superprof will show you all available boxing trainers in your area. There is also a filter function where you can, for example, limit the price of the boxing class or specify your level. The advantage is that you can see the ratings of other students for each boxing instructor.
So what are you waiting for?
Find your perfect boxing teacher on Superprof!
There are currently 4 boxing coaches available to teach private boxing lessons in Vancouver and the suburban areas.
You can refer to each instructor's personal advert and contact coach that suits to your needs.
In Vancouver, the cost of a boxing training session is on average $41.
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97% of our boxing instructors give their first session for free.
A boxing instructor can help their students by accompanying them on their fitness journey. A boxing instructor can help you in a number of ways:
Your boxing coach will organise your sessions in line with your fitness goals.
Working with a boxing instructor to help you achieve your fitness objectives is the perfect method to help you keep on track so that you will see results more efficiently.
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There are currently 4 teachers available to give boxing courses in Vancouver and the suburban areas.