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6 week Beginners Boxing course starts tomorrow

The long awaited first Beginners Boxing course starts at the Lincoln Fight Factory tomorrow. 

All the places on the course have now been taken, but if you are worried your booking didn’t go through please email info@lincolnkba.co.uk to confirm.

The 12 lesson course is for complete beginners and will teach you all the basics of boxing, while improving fitness.

WHAT THE COURSE COVERS

  • Basic stance and footwork
  • Shadow boxing and punch sharpness
  • How to throw basic punches to head and body
  • How to defend and how to counter from your defence
  • Beginners circuits for boxing training
  • How to hold and hit pads
  • The fitness required to be a boxer

Over the last few years the Lincoln Fight Factory has seen several boxers and coaches move into the professional ranks, having great success and well as the gym having a great reputation on the unlicensed scene with fighters picking up Midland, English and British titles and fighting in countries such as Norway, America, Malta and France – does this appeal to you?

Boxing training is something that everybody talks about trying, but the fear of walking through the gym doors and into the unknown can put people off.  Thoughts of ‘not being fit’ and ‘being the worst in class’ is often a very intimidating thought, but the Lincoln Fight Factory are looking for genuine first time students or those lacking in confidence to take advantage of a great opportunity to turn a dream into a reality and kick start your boxing journey.

If you’re reading this and that sounds like you, this is the course for you. With a maximum of 16 people, everybody taking part will be starting together at beginner level.

Classes will run at the Lincoln Fight Factory every Wednesday at 7:15pm and Friday at 8pm and will run from Wednesday 22 February t0 31 March 2017 and will cost £35 per person.

If you have missed out on this course, don’t worry, our next Beginners course is just around the corner.

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