Click Here for More Info 1-on-1 Training There is no better workout experience than a one on one training session where you will get the personal training attention and coaching you need to succeed in your goals. Boxing Classes Experience a small group class where you will learn proper boxing techniques that will help you build strength, endurance, core conditioning, coordination and flexibility… Read more Nutrition Consulting Just Nutrition a branch of Just Train It has partnered with Metabolic Code to bring you a preventative health and weight loss program like no other. Schedule your free consult to find out more! Please note that you are required to take a 30 Minute 1-on-1 Introductory Session before attending your first Boxing Class. We require this as part of your experience with Just Train It to have a smooth transition into an experienced class.
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This class introduces the fundamentals of submissions wrestling, grappling and jiu jitsu. You can also stay an extra hour for the open gym session. It is also known as the science of eight limbs using hands, feet, elbows, knees and clinch grappling. Muay Thai focuses on offensive and defensive training while conditioning your strength and stamina. Traditionally, fighters have practiced Muay Thai to help improve their effectiveness, and to give them an edge in the ring. As Muay Thai uses all muscle groups, it is now also being used as a fun, safe and effective way to get into shape.
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Susan Diranian Susan Diranian is a writer for various online publications and magazines, specializing in relationships, health, fashion, beauty and fitness. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in nonfiction writing and editing. Amateur boxing is divided into four weight classes -- featherweight, lightweight, middleweight and heavyweight. With the exception of heavyweight which has no limit, each class has a weight limit range. Determine which class you currently fit in, or wish to fit in, then move forward with training to prepare for the boxing event.
Footwork Pulling away Bob and Weave — bobbing moves the head laterally and beneath an incoming punch. As the opponent's punch arrives, the boxer bends the legs quickly and simultaneously shifts the body either slightly right or left. Once the punch has been evaded, the boxer "weaves" back to an upright position, emerging on either the outside or inside of the opponent's still-extended arm.