You might think boxing is a brutal and barbaric sport, but you can't deny the power of a boxing workout. A boxing workout includes using quick bursts of energy which is a great way to shape and transform your body. By just adding a few minutes of this type of training in your weekly routine, you will have great results.
Along with improving the condition of your health, your physical appearance and confidence will get better as well. The exercises used tightens the muscles shaping your arms, legs, and core. A boxing workout will quickly develop your body into an athletic shape.
A big problem people have with a boxing workout is thinking they will have to get in the ring and fight other boxers. When in fact, nothing could be farther from the truth. A boxing workout doesn't consist of actually fighting. Sparing is a part of boxing training, but is only needed for boxers actually wanting to fight. Most new boxers take up the sport for the health related benefits. So, you do not have to hit anyone, EVER, to take up boxing. And even better, you don't have to get hit by another person. When we talk about a boxing workout, we are talking about the type of exercise they perform.
Because of the intense, short bursts of exercise, your metabolism will raise and you will burn a large amount of calories during the workout. On average, you will burn 350-500 calories doing a boxing workout. It will also help to maintain your heart rate in the appropriate range of 75-85%.