World Champion Cardio Boxing
10500 Magnolia Blvd
Noho Arts District, CA 91601
“This is the best workout I have ever done. Better than anything I have done as far as working out. Fast results, I already see my six-pack coming in!”
“I could not believe how great this workout was! Each routine targets all my problem areas and I am seeing results in just over two weeks. I recommend the World Champion Workout to everyone.”
“I’ve tried other workouts before and this one is the best. The World Champion Workout has great mixture of routines that focus on the core areas of your body and the whole workout is under sixty minutes! If you’re looking for a true workout then this one is for you.”
Remaining injury free while improving total body fitness is one of the major benefits of a World Champion Workout Boxing program. As a cross training alternative, it provides a break in routine and adds variety to your overall training program. It distributes the load of training across various body parts. For endurance athletes who do a lot of running, this means a break from pounding your knee and ankle joints, while still getting an intense training session.Mental toughness comes from learning to cope with the demands of a challenging workout. The more you work through a series of rounds that push you into your anaerobic zone, the better you will deal with intense endurance training or other demanding exercise routines.So, the WCW offers all these great cross training benefits.
What does a typical workout look like?
Most formal classes at boxing gyms or health clubs are 60 minutes in length. A typical session is broken down into several carefully designed components to ensure a total body workout.
- Warm-up – Approximately 5 to 10 minutes
A complete head to toe warm-up. Its purpose is to safely prepare your muscles and tendons for the rest of the session.
- Conditioning – Approximately 10 minutes
This is typically a transition from the warm-up into some boxing specific strength and conditioning exercises. These are resistance exercises that emphasize muscular strength and endurance, speed, tone and anaerobic conditioning. Typically without weights.
- Technique – Approximately 5 minutes
One to two new techniques are introduced in each session. The objective is to build from the basics, such as fundamental punches, to more complex combinations and defensive maneuvers.
- Hitting Drills – Approximately 35 minutes
These are the heart of the workout. Timed rounds are employed in a circuit training format that works everything from focus mitts to target shields to heavy bags and more. This is highly anaerobic, involving two or three minute rounds (work intervals) interspersed with one minute active recovery periods. After a series of these rounds, you will be refreshingly exhausted, de-stressed and invigorated.
- Cool Down – Approximately 5 minutes
This gets your heart rate down while you stretch out and improve your flexibility
In addition to formal classes, complementary strength, plyometric and medicine ball training are commonly utilized to improve overall conditioning as part of a Boxing program. Strength training employs resistance exercises involving weights that improve overall strength with a particular focus on speed strength, or the ability to activate fast-twitch muscle fibers for explosive punching power. Plyometric and medicine ball training consist of a series of exercises designed to enhance starting speed, acceleration and power.