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Boxing Fitness

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Boxing Fitness: Empowering Classes for All Ages

At our physical therapy and fitness centers in Philadelphia, Southampton, and Morrisville, PA, we offer a variety of boxing-centered fitness classes for kids and adults, providing an engaging and effective way to improve your strength, endurance, and coordination. Whether you're new to boxing or an experienced fighter, our professional instructors will help you develop your skills and reach your fitness goals. Explore our exciting range of boxing fitness services:


Kid Classes

Our boxing fitness classes for kids are designed to teach young athletes the fundamentals of boxing while promoting physical fitness and instilling self-discipline. Our experienced instructors create a fun, safe, and supportive environment where kids can build confidence, improve coordination, and develop healthy habits that last a lifetime.

Boxing Fitness- Capstone Therapy and Fitness
Boxing Fitness- Capstone Therapy and Fitness
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Adult Classes

Our adult boxing fitness classes cater to participants of all skill levels, from beginners to experienced boxers. We focus on teaching proper technique, improving cardiovascular endurance, and enhancing strength and agility. Our engaging classes provide a challenging and enjoyable workout, helping you burn calories, build muscle, and relieve stress in a supportive community setting.


One on One Sessions

For those seeking a more personalized experience, we offer one-on-one boxing fitness sessions with our skilled instructors. These private sessions allow for tailored instruction and focused attention, helping you master the technique, improve your fitness, and work towards specific goals. Whether you're a beginner looking to learn the basics or an experienced boxer seeking to refine your skills, our one-on-one sessions provide the guidance and support you need to excel.

Additionally, we are proud to offer specialized boxing fitness classes tailored to the unique needs of the following groups:

Boxing Fitness- Capstone Therapy and Fitness
Boxing Fitness- Capstone Therapy and Fitness

People with Parkinson's Disease or Down's Syndrome

Our adaptive boxing fitness classes are designed for individuals with Parkinson's disease or Down's Syndrome, providing a supportive and inclusive environment where participants can improve their physical fitness, coordination, and confidence. Our experienced instructors tailor each class to the specific needs and abilities of the participants, ensuring a safe and effective workout that empowers and inspires.


Seniors Post-Physical Therapy

For seniors who have completed physical therapy and wish to maintain or improve their fitness, our boxing fitness classes offer an engaging and accessible way to stay active and healthy. Our instructors are skilled in adapting exercises and techniques to suit the abilities and limitations of older adults, ensuring a safe and enjoyable workout that promotes strength, balance, and overall well-being.

At our physical therapy and fitness centers in Philadelphia, Southampton, and Morrisville, PA, we believe that everyone can benefit from the empowering and transformative effects of boxing fitness. We are committed to providing inclusive and accessible fitness opportunities for our diverse community. Join our community and experience the benefits of boxing fitness, including improved strength, endurance, and self-confidence.

Contact us today to schedule your first class or one-on-one session and start your journey towards a healthier, stronger you.

Boxing Fitness- Capstone Therapy and Fitness
Frequently Asked Questions

Boxing Fitness

What is boxing fitness?

Boxing fitness is a form of exercise that combines elements of boxing, such as punching techniques, footwork, and agility, with strength training and cardiovascular workouts. It is designed to improve overall fitness, including strength, endurance, coordination, and balance.

Do I need prior boxing experience to participate in boxing fitness classes?

No, boxing fitness classes are designed for individuals of all experience levels, from beginners to advanced participants. Our experienced trainers will teach you proper techniques and help you progress at your own pace.

Is boxing fitness suitable for all ages and fitness levels?

Yes, boxing fitness can be modified to suit people of all ages and fitness levels. However, it is always recommended to consult with your healthcare provider before starting any new exercise program, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or concerns.

What equipment do I need for a boxing fitness class?

For a boxing fitness class, you will need a pair of boxing gloves, hand wraps, and athletic shoes. Most gyms or studios provide gloves and other equipment, but you may prefer to bring your own for hygiene reasons.

How long does a boxing fitness class typically last?

Boxing fitness classes typically last between 45 and 60 minutes. The class structure includes a warm-up, technique instruction, conditioning exercises, full body strengthening, bag work, partner drills, and a cool-down/stretching session.

Will participating in boxing fitness classes help me lose weight?

Boxing fitness classes can help with weight loss as they provide a high-intensity workout that combines cardiovascular exercise and strength training. Combined with a healthy diet and consistent exercise routine, boxing fitness can contribute to overall weight loss and improved body composition.

Is boxing fitness safe? What if I'm worried about getting injured?

Boxing fitness is generally safe when practiced with proper techniques and under the guidance of experienced trainers. Our trainers prioritize safety and will help you learn the correct form to minimize the risk of injury. If you have any concerns, please communicate with your trainer to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

How often should I attend boxing fitness classes to see improvements?

The frequency of attendance will depend on your individual goals and fitness level. Generally, attending boxing fitness classes 2-3 times per week, combined with other forms of exercise and a healthy lifestyle, can lead to noticeable improvements in strength, endurance, and overall fitness.

Can boxing fitness help improve my mental health?

Yes, participating in boxing fitness can contribute to improved mental health. Exercise, including boxing fitness, has been shown to reduce stress, improve mood, and increase self-confidence.

Can I participate in boxing fitness classes if I have no interest in competing in boxing?

Absolutely! Boxing fitness classes are designed to provide a fun and challenging workout without the need to compete in the sport of boxing. The focus is on fitness, technique, and personal development rather than competition.