Boxing training methods have undergone continual development for decades to become very efficient and exciting workouts.

We have a variety of effective drills and exercise methods to draw from that are great fun. Classes will vary from week to week to keep the body and mind stimulated.

You will be using focus pads and gloves, sparring and taking part in some circuit style routines.

Boxercise is a high energy workout and bags of fun. It is also a great stress buster and you will come out of these classes feeling completely energised.

What can I expect from Boxercise?

The classes are structured to take account of all fitness levels. This makes each class, safe and accessible for complete beginners and prevents experienced participants hitting a plateau. The average class is around 45 minutes in duration and suitable for both men and women aged 16 and over. You’ll pick up effective boxing techniques and the big bonus is, you’ll get all of this without having to get hit!

What should I wear?

Trainers, tracksuit bottoms/shorts and t-shirt will be fine. No need for the skimpy outfits worn by some of the fitness models on websites!

Boxercise Equipment

All equipment will initially be provided although anyone who has had the pleasure of using shared gloves and pads (in the gym for example) will know that, not unlike underwear, it is better to have your own! We can obtain professional spec items for class participants at wholesale prices. Alternatively, feel free to source your own. We would recommend getting hold of leather gloves and pads (curved type).

Other Useful Information

The following helpful tips will also make your boxercise class an enjoyable one

  • Please arrive 5 minutes before class is scheduled so classes can start on
  • If it is your first Boxercise class please arrive 10 minutes early for a quick
  • If you are new to the class, let your instructor know if you have any physical
  • Towels will be necessary. You will sweat during these classes!
  • Bring water to every class to stay hydrated, before, during and after exercise.
  • Go at your own pace and monitor your intensity. The instructor will give you
    cues. You are not under pressure to follow these strictly, particularly if you are
    a beginner.