Warrior Fight Club II
Warm up with traditional boxing moves like jumping rope before incorporating traditional yoga poses.
- Yoga Mat
- Water & Towel Nearby
- 4' by 6' Space
For a more advanced modification, try using light weights (1-2lbs) during the punching sequences.from the instructor:
Drive your energy up through your legs to your arms for each boxing punch.
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- With elements of boxing and yoga, this sweat-inducing, deep-stretching and high-intensity total body workout is the perfect alternative to a high-impact workout.
- Amanda keeps the yoga flow simple with basic movements, but adds additional intensity with longer hold periods, punching sequences and plyometric exercises to work every part of your body.
- If you’re a passionate yogi, the boxing intervals may be more cardio than you’re looking for.
- It may seem like you need the boxing gloves to achieve the same intensity as the participant, but staying focused and increasing your own body’s internal resistance will achieve the same results.
- Total Body
About Amanda Rose Wellness
Amanda Rose Wellness is a holistic approach to health founded by champion boxer turned yogi, Amanda Rose Walsh. Having been in the ring and on the yoga mat, Amanda Rose draws on the principles of both disciplines to create a fun, effecti... More about Amanda Rose Wellness →
Why we love Yoga Boxing
Provides total body sculpting, improves flexibility and balance, and increases mind-body connection.