Boxing and kickboxing. Both contain the word 'boxing'. Both sports also use many of the same techniques and materials. Yet there are also some clear differences – and they are not only found in the word 'kick'. We will explain what the similarities and where the differences are.
There you are. You have completely emptied the lumber room and turned it into a workout room, the boxing gloves are firmly attached and you are wearing the head protector. You're all set! But... for what exactly?
Sitting. That's what we generally do a lot. Whether you're at the office, working at home, studying or have to travel from A to B in the car. The longer you sit, the harder it is to get out of the chair. The muscles protest when you sit for a long time, but they also don't feel like getting up...
Exercising can be done anytime and anywhere. You really don't have to hit the gym three times a week or go on trails every other day or jogging on the streets in 35 degrees or while it’s snowing. You can also train at home if you have limited space!
It has not been used as a training method for a long time, but it has already become very popular: plyometric training! Through plyo you work on your explosive power to improve your performance in different disciplines.