This Boxing Abs Workout Will Light Your Core On Fire

June 28, 2020

Boxers know how to work their abs. After this workout, you will too.

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This Boxing Abs Workout Will Light Your Core On Fire

This Boxing Abs Workout Will Light Your Core On Fire

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You’ll never meet a boxer who skips his core workouts. Why? Because the core is what keeps him centered, stable, and strong, with every punch he throws and every punch he dodges. That’s where this boxing abs workout comes in.

You up for a challenge? In this workout video, Michael McKinney, trainer at EverybodyFights in Boston, will take you through a 10-minute boxing abs workout that will fire up your core from every angle. You’ll do 10 rounds at a minute each for a total of 10 exercises. 

Just so you know what you’re getting yourself into, these boxing abs exercises include alternating pikes, mountain climbers, leg raises, and plank jacks. You’ll also start with some jumping jacks to get that blood pumping throughout your body. Then, you’ll work hard for 45 seconds of every round, followed by a 15-second break. We’re using “break” loosely, though. Use that time to grab a quick sip of water and transition to the next exercise. You should be in the starting position as soon as the next abs exercise begins. Remember: This is a boxing abs workout—and every second counts in boxing.

Some pointers: Do each exercise as fast or slow as you’d like, just keep in mind that faster will burn more calories while slower will really build up that core strength. Try doing one round focused on speed and the next focused on isolating those core muscles. Or better yet, repeat the entire workout again for a 20-minute boxing abs workout. It will be time well spent.