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Are you looking to exercise but need more than just a regular workout? There's now the option for you to choose boxercise which is an amalgamation of boxing moves and aerobic exercise.

It is extremely fun and provides you with the means to tone up and shape your body into the lean or muscular look you want. Boxercise caters for people of all fitness levels and abilities. You can exercise in time to music to help to keep your concentration and have lots of fun while you do.

It's always highly energetic and you will receive qualified instructor assistance to ensure you are working out both effectively and safely. Boxercise classes can allow you to improve your fitness levels, burn calories and ensure you look and feel your best for longer.

You'll experience all the great benefits of getting an intense workout that will help to improve your circulation, metabolism and your health. By combining the sport of boxing with aerobic exercise, you get a great conditioning workout regime that can really promote good health and excellent fitness benefits.

The aerobic side of the workout is excellent for helping to improve your health and the boxing aspects are ideal for those wanting more enjoyment as they exercise. With a brief warm up of around five minutes, followed by some stretching for approximately ten, the class lasts for about an hour with a cool down period which lasts five to ten minutes.

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