Boxing is killer workout on so many levels. It strengthens and tones your arms while building endurance. It’s also a good form of cardio for weight loss and for strengthening your core. The sport can increase bone density, which is often a health concern for women. The best part? You don’t need a boxing bag or gloves to get in the ring, the same exercises can be done with weights, 3-8 pounds, depending on what you find challenging.
Before you get started with these moves, you should warm up. Run in place, jump rope for a few minutes or do another form of cardio that will get your heart rate up.
Now you’re ready to start boxing. Put your feet into place first. If you are right-handed, put your left foot out in front and the right foot back. If left-handed, put your right foot out in front of you and your left foot back.