Activating your muscles and getting your blood flowing is crucial before bag rounds. The proper
warmup helps decrease injury and prepares your body for those roundhouse kicks and jabs.
While every warmup has the same concept, you'll never do the same warmup twice. Challenge yourself
with high knees, burpees, jumping jacks, and more. End your warmup with a cool down and build your
Six rounds of high-intensity bag work that activates every muscle of your body. We're not kidding
when we say this is a full body exercise - you're working your bis, tris, shoulders, back, abs,
glutes, quads, and calves.
The harder you punch, the more calories you burn.
End class with a friend. Partner drills will improve accuracy and keeps your form on point. For
others, having a partner work will provide a new form of resistance training, boosts motivation and