Bodyweight Boxing Circuit Training Workout You Can Do Anywhere

Free full body boxing circuit workout you can do anywhere. This boxing workout routine has lots of boxing exercises.

It's not all about punching each other in the head until one doesn't get up or the ref throws in the towel, no these are elite athlete that train to be the best at what they do. Everyone knows how extremely fit boxers are and it’s through hard work and dedication that they get to where they are.

 

Anyone can box but to be good takes skill, time and dedication. Want to be fit like a boxer and train like a boxer, no problem!  This boxing circuit is perfect if you're on the move or you're just starting out in your quest to become a fitter boxer as it requires just a skipping rope and promises a total body workout. 

 

Once you've got the hang of things why not find your local boxing club and go and perfect your new talent, too much? There must be a boxercise class at your gym to show off your new moves. Or keep coming back for more of our fitness workouts or boxing drills

 

Bodyweight Boxing Circuit Training Workout

 

This bodyweight boxing circuit training workout is great for improving your muscular endurance, stamina and core strength, integrating the element of cardiovascular endurance between each strengthening exercise.

 

What You Need: jump rope (if you don’t have one do star jumps instead of skipping) If you need a rope this pvc one is ideal to start with, its still fast. If you like speed skipping this rope if a good choice but this type of rope if for the more advanced user.  

 

 

Format: Circuit Fashion; follow the order of exercises – 1 minute per exercise – repeat 2-4 rounds

 

Rest: if you are new to boxing training or exercise then take 30 seconds between exercises, the fitter you are the less rest you should have. Your aim is to be able to complete the workout without rest between exercises. Treat the skipping as your rest.

The Workout

It's 1 minute per exercise with minimal rest between exercises. Set your timer on an app like Seconds pro to 1 minute on and 1 minute off and let it run. Follow as outlined below. 

 

  1. JUMP ROPE
  2. BURPEES
  3. JUMP ROPE
  4. PRESS UPS
  5. JUMP ROPE
  6. SIT UPS
  7. JUMP ROPE
  8. SQUAT JUMPS
  9. JUMP ROPE
  10. SPIDERMAN PLANK

 

Rest for 2 minutes and then repeat up to 4 times. 

 

If you'd like to make it harder try increasing the skipping time to 2 minutes or trying double unders. The double unders will increase the intensity of this workout tremendously. I dare you to do it.  

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Enjoy, work hard, never give up and keep doing what you love. 

 

Don't Forget to hit your abs. Check out our ab workouts for boxers here. 

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