Personal one-on-one training not only serves as an excellent introductory source for those new to boxing, but surpassing what group instruction has to offer private lessons amongst experienced students enhance technique, increase aptitude, and expand one’s knowledge in the areas of strength and conditioning.
An hour in duration, this offering is absolutely ideal for the novice who feels inadequate or apprehensive about group training, imparting 5 to 10 classes worth of accumulated knowledge so that one solitary session eases the transition. Conducted at a suitable pace, individuals build certain confidence, to in addition become familiar with skills and drills utilized on a regular basis.
And whether or not the beginner ever feels a group setting is their cup of tea is of no consequence, as we not only lay a foundation for more advanced workouts to come, but instilled with the particulars, fulfilling workouts can be accomplished on an individual basis most anywhere.
Then there are the intermediate and advanced level students who besides wanting to push their physical limitations have a certain desire to reinforce existing skills while acquiring new one’s. Accomplished by delving into the nuances of champions both past and present, expanding one’s repertoire skill-wise makes for a more varied, enjoyable, and far more rewarding workout.
Well worth the time and effort, those who endure the rigors of personal training not only achieve maximum fitness, but in acquiring a lifetime of know-how learn to attain that fitness on their own.
During private sessions individuals become accustomed to varied stances to include the crouch, semi-crouch, and stand-up style. The crouch enables students to by way of added leg drive gain the utmost in leverage and resistance while the stand-up style, taught for purposes of maintaining range and distance, further diversifies workout routines.
Learning to rotate fully trainee’s maximize range of motion in conjunction with striking technique, putting extended hip, abdominal, and shoulder momentum into punches. Add to this fundamentally transferring upper body weight and participants are positioned for the next movement in a series.
Speaking of series, chaining combination blows together is the mark of a pro so that we teach punches by the numbers, an aspect which increases one’s overall work-rate to enhance rhythm, flow, and offensive creativity. Additionally, partakers through added focus acquire stellar hand-eye coordination, a circumstance which enables individuals to impact targets more forcefully while lessening the likelihood of injury.
Further inundated with certain particulars that increase the scope of an already demanding endeavor, students in short time acquire an ability to box from the outside, as well as slug on the inside, to in conjunction develop a skill-set specific to the various angles and distances moving objects pose.
Of utmost importance we emphasize the development of advanced foot work, which when accompanied by proper body alignment [punching position] facilitates moving in and out of designated target areas with speed and readiness. This for self-defense purposes optimizes one’s ability to either elude or attack an adversary whether in the ring or on the street.
Then there are defensive and offensive mechanisms taught by way of counter-punch drills. These drills sharpen one’s reflex actions to in fractions of a second avoid blows [roll with the punches], to then follow up with return fire [counter punches] upon unattended openings.
Taking it to another level students learn to maneuver from both the left and right handed stances. This promotes serious coordination and balanced muscle development, to in addition allow for the acquisition of shifting technique and tactics which not only expand one’s repertoire, but in the process helps to prevent overuse injuries due to repeated muscle use.
Lastly, practitioners learn to interact with coaches and various equipment on a level not yet attained, to overall become familiar with more potent and or advanced boxing skills and drills, as well as conditioning exercises that focus on core stability and development of the extremities.