So you have arrived in Sydney and you are looking for the best boxing gym to train? More than likely you have come to Sydney and you are looking to either continue boxing training or to start boxing training as an exercise program alongside the real reason you here for. A quick internet search will reveal that you have more than a few options and you will need to decide which is the best gym for you. Before you make your decision, consider this if the following describes your situation:
It doesn’t matter what sport you are training seriously for, boxing training can give you the edge you need. If the sport you are truly pursuing has a fitness element to it (nearly all do) or even more pertinently, an endurance factor, you should look at boxing training to supplement your training.
If you live in Sydney and you are looking for a boxing gym, you should definitely check out the Corporate Fitness Centre in Surry Hills. Depending on what you are looking for, you should find that shopping around boxing gyms in Sydney is a relatively easy task. They are (mostly) easily found on the Internet, their fees are usually published on their website and if you go and check these gyms out in person, you generally get a good idea of whether it will suit you and your particular needs.
If you live or have ever lived in Sydney you have probably thought about the consequences of being attacked on the street. Maybe you have already been attacked. Maybe you have just thought about how it could happen to yourself or a close family member and how you could best protect against it.
There have been several documented cases of people being the victims of unprovoked and violent one-punch attacks through no real fault of their own. Such attacks were the trigger for new lockout laws across Sydney to try and reduce alcohol fuelled violent crime and prevent these kinds of crimes. Continue reading →
Walking into any gym for the first time can be a daunting experience. Walking into a boxing gym can be an intimidating if not terrifying experience. For experienced members using a gym, it can be easy to forget those first experiences, but these fears are very real for first-timers, and sadly, prevent a lot of would be participants from getting valuable self-defence experience and top fitness training.
It is hard enough to think about being the new person in class. For the inexperienced, there are also sometimes false perceptions that boxing gyms are places of violence. In reality, there are several different types of boxing gyms. Continue reading →
Unless you are familiar with the training techniques used in boxing and martial arts you may avoid this as a fitness option due to the sometimes negative connotations of the sports. “I want to get fit but I don’t want to get hurt”. “I’m a girl and never involved in competitive sports but I want to get fit without hurting myself”. And the stories go on.
Let’s step back. Some of the fittest athletes in the world engage in boxing or martial arts training. Why? Because the training techniques give you an all-in-one fitness programme utilising every muscle, sinew and bone in your body and perhaps most of all using your brain. Have you ever seen a fat boxer or an unfit martial artist? They don’t exist. They could not engage in their passion without having physical and mental fitness. You don’t necessarily have to step into the ring to get the benefits of going to the boxing classes in Sydney.