B.O.Xing

 

A Heavy Work Strength and Coordination Program

Body | Organizing | X-Training

The B.O.Xing class focuses on more advanced motor control with accuracy

and movement fluidity through activities that emphasize timing, rhythm

while making contact with objects.

This program focuses on improving:

 

  • Motor Control and Accuracy

  • Coordination and Fluidity

  • Rhythm and Timing

This class builds endurance and focuses on confidence through action

Through the use of common boxing stances, postures, and striking and kicking combinations the B.O.Xing program builds awareness of the body and confidence in movement through improving::

  • Strength

  • Balance

  • Core Stability

  • Coordination

  • Agility

 

These components are individually approached and supported for each participant to develop at their own rate.

 

Every class provides exposure and practice with movement objectives and provides individualized modifications to meet and challenge each participant’s growing level of ability that day.

 

 

Each class, participants engage in “heavy work” activities that will challenge them at their level of ability as they learn principles of striking and kicking.

 

Some of this “heavy work” comes in the form of hitting and making contact with pads or heavy bags, pushing-pulling or lifting-carrying heavy objects. Every class provides exposure and practice with movement objectives and provides individualized modifications to meet and challenge each participant’s growing level of ability.

 

Movement and regulation concepts as well as postures are presented to provide the “just-right” challenge for each participant as they learn principles of being responsible for controlling their own body and focus.

 

Some of these concepts come in the form of stretching, weight bearing activities, posture practice, visualization and auditory calming techniques.

 

An integral component of the program is that it follows a loose but structured routine. In this way, it offers participants some comfort in knowing what to expect as they work to build familiarity and greater ease in using their body in new ways and focusing on accessing muscle groups to control their movement.

 

 

Common equipment that participants may fine useful include:

hand weights            yoga balls                   resistive bands

boxing gloves            agility visuals            weighted bean bags

heavy bags/pad         heavy ropes              weighted balls 

B.O.Xing has an ongoing open enrollment.   

Comfortable active clothing and water bottle is recommended.

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