The best boxers have composure. Excessive excitement, or worse, worry and anxiety, weaken your strength. If you expend energy on emotions, you will not be able to focus on the immediate target - the need to strike and defend against enemy attacks. Since boxing requires a high concentration of attention, over time you will begin to show yourself calmer and more restrained in any life situations.
Liberation from aggression
Any physical exercise, especially such an intense sport like boxing, relieves inner tension and negative emotions. Fully, if you take up this sport to free yourself from aggression and other negative emotions, you will succeed, and you will feel better in all aspects of your life. Also, once you start playing this sport, you will find that aggression is actually incompatible with boxing. You won't find aggressive boxers among the winners. If a boxer is aggressive and irritated, he is unable to concentrate and control himself. Such a technique as "piss off the enemy" often gives the desired result. Angry, the enemy begins to give up, take big steps, "telegraph" his movements, wasting energy and forgetting about his battle plan.
Having mastered the boxing technique, developing strength and endurance, you can be proud of yourself, and deservedly so. Boxing is not an easy sport, and if you have not given up training and mastered the basic movements, this can very well be a source of pride. And people who have something to be proud of are able to stand up for themselves and will not let themselves be offended. They have adequate self-esteem. They are strong physically and mentally. They are characterized by the self-esteem that they acquire by doing this sport.
Positive attitude towards the world
A negative attitude towards the world and people is a sign by which you can accurately identify a failure. But we rarely see such women in our club. People who want to boxing tend to show a positive outlook on life. They believe that they can win, and our sport, if done correctly, strengthens that confidence in them. Workouts, especially intense ones, lift and strengthen the spirit. Successful competition performance increases self-esteem.
Boxing develops focus. The best boxers come to the gym with a clear mind. They are collected and focused during training and fighting. A good fighter is not distracted by anything - not the audience, not the opponent's attempts to disrupt the battle plan, not the fears, not even the coach. He focuses on his technique, movement and strategy. Because boxing requires total concentration, this ability acquired through training extends to other aspects of life. You learn to shut out external stimuli and distracting thoughts so that you can focus on the task that is most important at the moment.
A few parting words
To become a boxer and endure tough training, you must learn to focus on the task at hand; master strikes, movements and combat strategies; learn to get rid of negative thoughts and overcome fatigue. Having coped with this, you will immediately see the result: in the physical plane you will acquire a new body - stronger, slimmer, more mobile and healthy. In addition, your consciousness will change: your ability to focus will increase, you will feel happier, more confident and calmer.
You should treat nutrition, rest, and sleep with the same attention that you take with boxing technique, mental and general physical preparation.
Once you start exercising, you will notice that you are more energetic, stronger, leaner and healthier. In addition, you will find that you will want to take care of your body even more, thanks to which you can exercise more and more intensely and, accordingly, see the results of your workouts faster.
An important element of caring about your health is the annual physical examination, which includes tests and other similar procedures. Get your doctor's approval before starting our program. If you have a health problem, have never exercised regularly before, or have a low level of fitness, consult your doctor to see if you are fit for our program.