Master of Arts
- Jul 11, 2018
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Which is kind of my point. That even boxing places can claim to be teaching you actual skills when they're not.
I have a mixed opinion on boxercise, it could be legit boxing training, just removing the sparring aspect, so they teach you to punch properly etc.
Or, it could be just a fitness thing or one of those crossfit type boxercise places. I would belive qualified boxing coaches that teach both, would either let you chose or teach actual boxing S&C and drills, just removing the sparring aspect. (to reflect not actually going to compete)
My first experience with boxing was just seeing them do circuits years ago, so you can figure how well that translated to my thought process. (this was sub 18 at the time) Say what you will though, double end bag and pad work does translate quite nicely to actually fighting someone, so you would still be above somone who doesnt do that aspect. But at the same time, you need to be jabbed in the face at least once before.