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Morning Boxing Classes

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Boxing, known by many as the ‘sweet science’, is the most popular combat sport in the western hemisphere. Whether you are simply looking to workout in a more dynamic fashion than going to the gym or hoping to improve your ability to defend yourself, our morning boxing classes are likely to be an ideal fit for your needs.

  • 1 Who is it for

    Morning classes aren’t for everyone. Let’s be honest. However, if you are an early riser, or need an excuse to get up early, our morning boxing classes can be an excellent addition to your weekly routine. Before your workday even begins, you’ll have accomplished multiple things before most people have even had their breakfast. Filled with your sense of achievement and positive hormones such as endorphins pumping through your body, you’ll be ready to take on any challenge that comes your way!

    Our morning sessions are also a great opportunity to meet like-minded people. Not only people that have an interest in boxing, but also have the determination to get up early to train, just like you did. With fewer students showing up for our morning boxing sessions, you’re also likely to get more focused attention from the trainer, allowing you to improve at an accelerated rate.

    Did you know some of the most successful people on the planet get up at least two hours before their workday begins? They do this to enjoy the boost of endorphins from exercising and/or the relaxation that can be enjoyed through meditation.

  • 2 Do you have showers

    Yes, we have showers. We’ve made training with us as convenient as possible. Some of our students that attend the morning boxing classes have to go to work directly after and others simply don’t want to have to wait to get home to get cleaned up. It is our intention to make training as enjoyable and convenient for you, therefore, all necessary facilities are provided.

  • 3 Whats the timetable

    We run multiple morning boxing classes throughout the week, allowing you to pick and choose which times and days suit you best. Each session lasts for roughly 45 minutes. We suggest you arrive early and are prepared to begin the class 10 minutes before we start.

    To see all of our Boxing, Muay Thai and BJJ classes, head over to our timetable.

    MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
    5-5.45am6-6.45am5-5.45am6-6.45am5-5.45am7-7:45amX
    9-9.45amX9-9.45amX9-9.45amXX
  • 4 What skill level do I need

    Our sessions are welcome to students of all skill levels. The last thing we would want you to feel is that you aren’t welcome. We make sure that each and every one of our students is under the optimal amount of pressure for them, to get the most from their workout. If you’re concerned about keeping up with the class, we suggest working on improving your cardiovascular health. This will allow you to keep up with the practice and also puts you in a better position to absorb what is being instructed in the lessons.

    Although it can be helpful to have some combat training experience from other disciplines, it can also be somewhat of a hindrance. This is due to the fact that different disciplines may have different ways of approaching a combat situation, for example the stance difference between a muay thai fighter and a traditional western boxer. If you come to our morning boxing classes with an open mind and the willingness to see the discipline with ‘new eyes’, you’ll be giving yourself the best chance to get the most from our sessions.

  • 5 How to get started

    The easiest way to get a feel for it, is by trying it. Come drop-in to one of our morning boxing classes to get a real sense of the benefits you can gain from joining us. There is an incredible amount of benefits you will gain from training with us. We’re sure that you’ll feel at home and become part of the family in no time. We provide the necessary gear for those trying out our morning boxing classes for the first time.

    We suggest that you first consult your doctor before taking part in a session if you have any health concerns. This is to ensure that the experience is one that does you more good than harm!

    If you’re battling with the thought of coming to a morning session because it will be early, try and ask your friend to be an accountability partner. Telling an accountability partner what we aim to do has been shown to increase the likeliness of us completing a given task.

  • 6 What to wear

    In terms of attire, your usual gym wear will be sufficient for our morning boxing classes.

    Combat specific items that we recommended are a mouthguard (gum shield), hand wraps and boxing gloves. Mouthguards are essential when sparring. Additionally, they can also be an excellent aid to increase the intensity of a workout. To keep your hands and wrist safe you need more than just padded gloves, this is where the hand wraps come in. When applied properly (this is taught in our classes), your hands and wrists will be well-protected for the necessary impact that takes place during our sessions. Wearing boxing gloves is just as much for your safety as it is for your training partners. A good pair of gloves will last you a considerable amount of time. We suggest purchasing a pair from a reputable brand to ensure quality and longevity.

    All the necessary items are available at our shop in the training centre.

  • 7 Where are the boxing classes located

    All of our boxing classes take place at our training centre in Logan, Greater Brisbane. If you live in or around the area, training with us will be a decision that you won’t regret. We’re honoured to provide high-quality combat sports instruction in the local area.

     

    Bonus: The most important combinations in boxing

    Want to get an idea of what you’ll be learning in our boxing classes? Check out this link regarding the main combinations you’ll learn with us.

     

    Bonus: Running for Boxing Cardio

    Roadwork (running) is found in every boxer’s cardio regime. Get more out of our sessions by hitting the pavement a couple of times a week. Check out this article describing why it is so helpful!

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