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Old 06-08-2016, 12:48 PM #2
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Originally Posted by GrandpaBernard View Post
is it normal for beginner boxing "classes" to last only an hour?

I'm in my mid twenties and want to learn boxing techniques to spar some amateurs. No intentions of competing right now.
Yeah i would say thats the norm for a group class. As u already know boxings an individual sport so u gain most technique from individual training anyway. Most classes show very basic technique & are more of a warmup to most or a cardio workout to some. Typically after u have a class a coach should walk around & observe u guys training individually & help out a lil but $ talks so im sure if u waved the ca$h theyd have no problem training beyond classes. Also just a word of advice, arrive early b4 class & jump rope, coaches like that, theyll take u a lil more serious & give u a lil more time than an hour. Good luck!
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