Okay, so you’re interested in self defense. I’m glad you’ve given it a real thought because in America, there is a crime happening every second. The world isn’t getting any easier… It’s getting to be a tougher and tougher place… And only you can take care of yourself. To defend yourself against anyone, literally anyone, you’re gonna need to be crazy fit, learn to fight, and strong enough to ward off an attack. The best solution? Get all 3 with boxing fitness exercises and workouts.
Now today, I’m going to reveal why boxing fitness is the top choice for self defense… Even over self defense classes. Forget about lifting weights, or running, kickboxing and muay thai… Boxing fitness will sky rocket your self defense skills and endurance you’ll need to defend yourself against a street attack. So let me tell you exactly why…
1. Boxing fitness = interval training
Because most boxing fitness exercises are done in “rounds” you’re getting that invaluable interval training. Stop and go training is proven in scientific studies to get you results faster. So if you want to defend yourself, boxing fitness will take your fitness level to the stratosphere super quick. Interval training prepares you for self defense because an attacker may chase you, may fend off a defense, and come back again. So exercising in rounds will keep your endurance high in a fight.
2. Boxing fitness builds upper body strength
For self defense, it’s vital to build shoulder strength. Boxing fitness focuses on upper body strength… great for self defense.
3. Boxing fitness teaches you how to fight
Boxing fitness routines and exercises teach you how to defend yourself. For fitness and defense benefits throw a jab, cross, hook, and uppercut in 3 sets of 10. A heavy bag workout routine will provide the confidence necessary for defending yourself.
4. Boxing fitness will teach you how to dance
The exercises and training in rounds require you to move your feet. For example, a great heavy bag workout for self defense is to punch around the bag. Work around the boxing bag… Hit the sides, middle, top, and give the punching bag some knees. Hook punches are strong and are vital for self defense. Hooks are effective for hitting someone in the kidneys and face… A proper punch will stun an attacker. By moving around the heavy bag you’ll build endurance and gain confidence in your feet movements… Absolutely necessary for self defense.
For defending yourself, I can’t stress enough the usefulness of boxing fitness. In my opinion, it is the #1 tool for defending yourself against a street attack, at a night club and for gaining uber confidence.