FOCUS MITT WORK
Push yourself to achieve your fitness goals, because no one else will.
Having a bad day? Hit SOME MITTS
IT'S ACTUALLY FUN
919 BOXING has combined the Heavy Bag workout with Boxing Mitt Work Drills training for a new Cardio/Aerobic – Crossing Training workout.
Only a standing, moving target can make you chase it with your one-two’s, learning how to form your attack around how the target moves on the floor and to capitalize on the opponent’s directional movement.
Hitting your combos, slipping, ducking and striking not only gives you one of the best bang for your buck functional cardio workouts, but it also satisfies this primitive fighting desire.
Mitt Work Drills is entirely different from anything else in training.
Excuses don’t burn calories
Boxing Mitt Work Drills for beginners are often challenging and tough, however, over time you will notice that the rounds that lasted a lifetime become shorter with more practice.
The thing is that you don’t need to be a professional boxer or combat sports practitioner to benefit from Boxing Mitt Work Drills.
If are looking for a fun way to boost cardio and shed fat while having fun, then come try some Boxing Mitt Work Drills.
Explosive punches when performed for a decent amount of volume will send your heart rate through the roof, get you sweating and burning far more calories than if you were walking on a treadmill or jogging stairs.
DRILLS TO KEEP FOCUSED
IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DRILLS
BURN OUT DRILLS:
The burn out drill challenges your cardiovascular stamina and helps you build the endurance necessary to make it through a boxing match.
Target practice helps to improve your ability to attack various locations on your opponent while maintaining the form of your punches.
The combo drill keeps you guessing by incorporating an unpredictable component into your workout. In addition, it helps you develop the ability to react to an opponent.
This drill helps you to develop your balance and to improve your ability to counter attacks by an opponent.