Overview
Boxercise
Circuit Fit
Body Pump

Current Boxercise Classes

When: Friday: 9.00am to 10.00am
Where: Newnham Village Hall,
Hook, RG27 9AE
Prices: £10 for single session, £54 for block of 6, £80 for block of 10.
When: Thursday: 7.30pm to 9.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am to 10.30am
Where: Basingstoke Country Hotel, Hook, RG27 9JS
Prices: £7 for non-members, inclusive in monthly subscription for members.
Book: 07711 162364 or email neil@neilforsyth.co.uk

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Client comments...

"Having regularly attended Neil's Boxercise classes for nearly 18 months, I can say he is awesome to work with, incredibly organized, and extremely knowledgeable on exercise and nutrition. Quite simply 'the best'."

Stan Goddard, September 2013

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Boxercise

Boxercise is an exercise class based on boxing principles using pads and gloves (so no one gets punched or hurt!), learning all the major punches and all to inspirational music.

It's often done in a circuit format but can also involve all sorts of boxing activities and relays such as punch bag, boxing stations, skipping, medicine ball, speed ball and many fun boxing style relays.

Boxercise uses most of the major muscle groups particularly, shoulders, chest, back, core (abs) and legs. In the past several national newspapers have voted Boxercise the best overall exercise class. Even better, Boxercise can also be done on a 1:1 PT basis and is perfect to include as part of a personal training programme. Click here for answers to FAQs.

Boxercise explained by Neil Boxercise with Neil Forsyth

Boxercise has a huge range of benefits including:

  1. Increased strength, power & agility
  2. Great CV work out and fat burner (burns @600-800 calories per hour)
  3. Increased stamina and endurance
  4. Improves hand – eye and feet co-ordination as well as mental sharpness
  5. Highly motivational
  6. Muscle tone is increased
  7. Encourages discipline in other areas of life giving you control over eating & drinking habits and exercise adherence etc.
  8. Great stress buster and releases aggression!
  9. Can develop better sleep patterns
  10. Is safe and fun and is good for men, women and children.

AND...it's great fun in a team environment!

For more information on Boxercise and other classes, call me on 07711162364 or email neil@neilforsyth.co.uk

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Boxercise: Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do you actually punch anyone?
  2. Do I need to be fit to do Boxercise?
  3. What is the format of the Boxercise class?
  4. How will Boxercise benefit me?
  5. What should I wear and bring?
  6. Does it include kickboxing?
  7. Is Boxercise suitable for all ages, groups and men and women?
  8. Can I come if I have never done Boxercise before?
  9. How long does the class last?
  10. Is Boxercise a self-defence class?
  1. Q: Do you actually punch anyone?
    A: No! We use pads and gloves, or a punch bag.
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  2. Q: Do I need to be fit to do Boxercise?
    A: A basic level of fitness is an advantage but you can work at your own level whilst you get used to everything and make the activities progressive as you become stronger. Boxercise will make you fitter!
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  3. Q: What is the format of the Boxercise class?
    A: The first part of the class is based on a circuit format, with different stations each 2 minutes in duration. Most of the stations involving boxing or boxing related activities, e.g. skipping or medicine ball work. The second part is based around group activities some involving relays, e.g. running followed by press-ups and then punching pads. We usually have a dedicated 'abs' section too. There is always variety and fun!
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  4. Q: How will Boxercise benefit me?
    A: Boxercise uses most of the major muscle groups, particularly shoulders, core and legs to develop increased strength, power & agility. It is a great CV work out and fat burner (burns @600 calories per hour). It will increase your stamina and endurance and improves hand – eye and feet co-ordination. Plus it is highly motivational and a great stress buster so you will become addicted! Because it is a group activity there is a great social side too!
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  5. Q: What should I wear and bring?
    A: Just what you wear to the gym; comfortable fitting gym shorts or leggings, a top that allows ventilation and supportive trainers. Bring a bottle of water and a keen attitude! I supply all the other gear you will use.

  6. Q: Does it include kickboxing?
    A: No, that is different.
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  7. Q: Is Boxercise suitable for all ages, groups and men and women?
    A: Yes. Boxercise is very popular amongst women, so don't think it is just for men! Anyone can have a go, there is no upper age limit. Boxercise is also great for children, especially those who do not take part in a particular sport and who are looking for an activity. It helps teach children discipline! There is a minimum age of for children and I teach children's classes all the way up to 18 although after 16 they can take part on their own in the adult class. They can join in adult classes before they are 16 provided they come with and participate throughout with their parent/guardian, another child of the same age, or me as the instructor (with parent's consent).
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  8. Q: Can I come if I have never done Boxercise before?
    A: Sure, no problem. I will teach you the punches and routines over the weeks in a way that suits you. Everyone has started from scratch at some point!
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  9. Q: How long does the class last?
    A: Most classes will last 1 hour. I do run some longer classes of about 1 ½ hours at Basingstoke Country Hotel. I will tailor the class to suit your needs and if you cannot stay for the whole class that is no problem, just stretch out when you get home.
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  10. Q: Is Boxercise a self-defence class?
    A: No. Boxercise is a fitness class and does not fall into the self-defence category.
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