More and more fitness centers are offering athletic performance classes that involve sports drills specifically designed to help you excel at an individual sport, such as golf, tennis, snowboarding, or skiing. The drills mimic the stresses you put on your body when you’re playing the sport. For example, you might sprint to improve your tennis game or do squats to get ready for the slopes. Traditionally, this type of workout class has been geared to athletes, but some gyms are offering them for weekend warriors and more casual participants.
Get in Shape With a Boxing Workout
Boxing can be learned at specialized gyms, where amateur fighters can train and eventually spar with each other in practice and competition. But group boxing classes at health clubs — designed more for fitness than fighting — are popular. Most casual boxing workouts are a combination of boxing techniques and a dance workout. They’re more intense, you’ll move faster, and you’ll use different muscles than you usually use in traditional exercise programs. GET MORE HERE