Workout at Home – Boxing Arms Workout

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We know, you can’t always get to the gym, and sometimes you just don’t want to go. Workout at Home is a series we are offering for Flabby to Fit readers.

Workout at Home requires no equipment, but if you want to step it up you can add light weights.

This is part one of a series, which will be at least 5 articles.

Workout at Home Boxing

After you’ve watched and worked out to this video a few times, you’ll be familiar with the punches and you won’t need the video to get your workout. Below I’m adding my arm workout.

When you do this workout, and you’ll lead with your left arm first, which means you’ll have your left foot slightly in front of your right, and when you punch with your right, you’ll twist at your hips to put full power into the punch.

Then you switch to leading with your right, which means you’ll have your right foot slightly in front of your left, and when you punch with your left, you’ll twist at your hips to put full power into the punch.

Combinations: you’ll perform 10 punches or combinations leading with left, then 10 leading with right.

1 – Left jab

1a – Right jab

2 – Left jab, left jab

2a – Right jab, right jab

3 – Left jab, left jab, right cross

3a – Right jab, right jab, left cross

4 -Left jab, left jab, right cross, left cross

4a – Right jab, right jab, left cross, right cross

5 – Left jab, right cross, left jab, right cross

5a – Right jab, left cross, right jab, left cross

6 – Left jab, right cross, left hook, right hook

6a – Right jab, left cross, right hook, left hook

7 – Left jab, right cross, left hook, right hook, left uppercut, right uppercut

7a – Right jab, left cross, right hook, left hook, right uppercut, left uppercut

8 – Left hook, right hook, left uppercut, right uppercut

8a – Right hook, left hook, right uppercut, left uppercut

9 – Left jab, right cross, left hook, right hook, left uppercut, right uppercut, left hook, right hook

9a – Right jab, left cross, right hook, left hook,  right uppercut, left uppercut, right hook, left hook

10 – Left jab, left jab, right cross

10a – Right jab, right jab, left cross

Use the style and positions recommended in the video that’s embedded in this article to keep your core tight and it won’t be long before you’re using boxing for your upper body workout.

We hope you love the embedded video and have fun with this Workout at Home exercise.

 

 

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