If you're ready for a great fat-burning, stress relieving workout that will tone the whole body, you'll love our Boxercise class in Warrington.
Punch, kick, jab and box your way to a leaner physique and a stronger core.
Based on the training used by boxers, our Warrington Boxercise class will include padwork, boxing circuit training, cardio exercises and resistance for a high energy workout that will tone, improve agility and blast calories.
Our Warrington Boxercise class is a great fitness class if you're trying to lose weight, tone up or work on your cardio fitness.
Stressed? Boxercise is the ultimate way to release tension (without actually punching anyone of course!)
This is a high-intensity workout though it's suitable for all ages and abilities including Boxercise beginners and older adults.
If you're a fan of fast-paced fitness classes, keen to tone up and get your sweat on, our Warrington Boxercise class is one not to be missed!
Our Village Gym Warrington Boxercise class isn't about throwing punches at others! In fact, you won't make physical contact with your boxing buddies.
Our class features exercises used by boxing professionals in order to tone, get the heart pumping and burn fat.
So, expect to tackle exercises including shadow-boxing, skipping, hitting pads, kicking punchbags, press-ups, shuttle-runs, squats and sit-ups.
If you're getting started on a weight loss journey,or have hit a plateau, our Boxercise class in Warrington is a great way to kickstart that metabolism and get those calories burning.
Combine our Boxercise class with your usual gym routine and you'll notice better weight loss results and a more toned body.
It's a fast-paced class, but as it engages the whole body, you'll build muscle mass which will keep you burning calories for longer.
30 minutes of Boxercise can burn up to 350 calories, so it's a great choice for Warrington weight loss crusaders.
Boxercise is great for all fitness fanatics, though if you're attending our Boxercise class for the first time, we recommend taking it easy and building up over your first few Boxercise sessions.
The class is high-intensity, so be prepared to sweat and feel a little sore after your first session.
Fear not, our friendly Boxercise instructors are on hand to guide you through the techniques and help you get the most from the class.
Enjoy plenty of Boxercise benefits by becoming a regular at our class in Warrington.
Enhanced mental agility
Improved hand- eye coordination
Increased core strength
Improved muscle tone
Lower stress levels
Burn calories to lose weight
Improved confidence in defence techniques
If you're attending a Boxercise class at Village Gym Warrington, you can expect the class to go a little like this...
Warm Up Exercises
Skipping, shoulder stretches, bob and weaves
To work on your cross, jab, hook, lunges and step-ups
Punches, kicks, burpees, shuttle runs, squats, sit-ups... and sweat!
Boxercise Core Work
Targetted excersises for the abs and back
A good stretch from head to toe... and a pat on the back!
Strengthening key muscles through our Warrington Boxercise techniques will help to relieve the aches and pains that come with age, including back pain, neck pain, arthritis, osteoporosis and weak joints.
Our Warrington Boxercise class is popular amongst our older members, who have reported better balance and improved coordination.
During our Boxercise class, you'll work on maintaining balance as you defend yourself from incoming shots (without making contact of course!) This in turn will help to improve your posture, relieving back pain and helping to prevent falls.
"I love the variety of the Boxercise classes in Warrington, it's never boring, so way better than just working the machines on the gym floor. I've made some great friends through my Boxercise class, and we've all become regulars. We like to finish with a well-deserved drink in the Village Pub!"
Aimee| Member at Village Gym Warrington
Boxercise works the whole body, strengthening both the abs and back muscles. So if you suffer from back pain or muscular tension, a stronger core will help to take pressure off the spine.
Through regularly attending our Boxercise class, you'll see better posture and a reduction in pain.
Great for members who suffer from sciatica, osteoarthitis, scoiosis and fibromyalgia.
If you're hitting the Boxercise studio at Village Gym Warrington, we recommend you bring with you...
A sweat towel (because you'll certainly sweat)
A bottle of water to stay hydrated
Comfortable trainers with good grips
Form-fitting gym wear that allows you to move freely
A light snack to refuel after your Boxercise session
Just because you're carrying precious cargo doesn't mean you have to miss out on all the fun!
Our Warrington Boxercise class is suitable for pregnant women who have been assessed and authorised by their GP. We advise the following for pregnant women taking our Boxercise class...
Take regular sips of water to avoid overheating
Eat something small before your class such as a banana or granola to keep your blood sugar levels stable
Wear trainers with rubber soles for good grip to avoid slipping
Monitor your breathing rate and adjust your intensity, according to what's comfortable
Ask your Boxercise instructor to modify any techniques you may find too challenging.
When you're stressed, what's the first thing you want to do? Punch something!
Our Boxercise class is a great way to release built up tension and clear your mind.
Though there is no physical contact during our Boxercise class, you'll learn to channel your energy through boxing techniques, which will help to release excess energy, relieve stress and leave you feeling calmer.
Plus, no one gets hurt!
Yes, all that punching, bobbing and weaving is a great way to fine tune your motor skills.
By attending our Warrington Boxercise class regularly, you'll improve your hand-eye coordination, making your more responsive - great for racket sports lovers!
If you love a game of tennis, squash or a round of golf, you'll help to perfect your shots with a Boxercise class.
It's also ideal for older adults to ensure hand-eye coordination is on top form.