1 on 1 Personal Boxing Training
We provide personal 1 on 1 boxing training for men, women, and kids near Lincoln Square in Chicago, IL.
- Increase Your Stamina
- Best Cross Training That Exists
- Decrease Bodyfat
- Ripped Arms, Shoulders and Back
- Fantastic Anaerobic Workout
- Program tailored to your individual needs
- Faster & Stronger Punches
- Excellent Boxing Defense
- Always Evolving Workout – Easy ↦ Rigorous
- Check out our extreme boxing workouts and hardcore boxing drills
1 on 1 Personal Boxing Training means you work with Lou Storiale, a Certified Level 1 boxing trainer with over 20 years of experience.
Here is an example of mitt work done 1 on 1 for several months learning how to punch correctly, slipping punches, blocking and counter punching
- Custom Training For Your Goals
- Gain Technical Mastery
- Rapid Improvement
- Comfortable Learning Environment
- Great for Beginners and Competitors
The best training is to have a committed partner assisting you in your goals.
Benefits of Personal Training - Boxing
- Upper and lower body strength
- Muscular endurance
- Professional punching speed and power
- Cardiovascular endurance and stamina
- Excellent for cross-training (E.g. runners, bikers, tri-athletes)
When compared to other exercise programs you will find that Personal Boxing Training will give you superior results. Burning fat and calories comes naturally and looking fit and trim is the reward.
How Can Boxing Help Your Physical and Mental Fitness Goals?
I receive this question quite a bit. At first prospective students are interested in the concept or fantasy of becoming a skilled boxer, but only for fitness and health. Over the years, I have had to think about this from the perspective of the motivated 20-30-year-old male, women interested in fitness and self-defense, and even older folks that are interested in keeping both their minds and bodies healthy for the long haul.
The truth is that Boxing is not only a popular Olympic sport, but it’s also an intense and dynamic workout that is available to almost everyone. Boxing training can help a person lose weight, become fit, and it relaxes the mind.
If you’re someone who doesn’t enjoy running on a treadmill or working out on traditional gym equipment, boxing is a dynamic and challenging workout that can help you shed pounds and learn a useful skill while improving your overall fitness.
When you exercise, it increases endorphins, dopamine, adrenaline, and endocannabinoid — these are all brain chemicals associated with feeling happy, feeling confident, feeling capable, feeling less anxiety and stress, and even less physical pain.
Dr. Kelly McGonical
Another benefit of boxing for weight loss is that it’s a full-body workout that engages multiple muscle groups. Although legs and core are still used while boxing, runners use boxing to give their legs a break while still performing cardio fitness. I certainly did while training 6 days per week for competitions.
- Mon-Wed-Fri Boxing
- Tues-Thurs-Sat Running
When throwing 1,000-3,000 punches in an hour, you’re using your shoulders, back, chest, and arms more than running or biking ever could. This makes Boxing a great addition to any runner’s or biker’s workout routine.
Boxing is also a great way to improve your balance, coordination, and agility, which are all important for overall fitness and health.
Boxing is also a skill that you can learn and improve upon over time. This can be incredibly motivating and rewarding, especially if you enjoy learning new things and challenging yourself.
Learning proper boxing techniques and strategies for throwing punches and using slick footwork, as well as defensive moves like blocking and slipping, requires focus and concentration. This mental engagement can help take your mind off the physical effort of the workout, making it more enjoyable and engaging.
Perhaps one of the biggest benefits of boxing for weight loss is that it’s a fun and dynamic workout that can be adapted to your fitness level and goals.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced athlete, there are always new techniques and combinations to learn and master.
“I had a client many years ago that never did a physical thing in her life. She literally could not jump over the line designed in the carpet. She was a social worker for more than 30 years and the mental stress had taken its toll. After 30 minutes of boxing, the cobwebs cleared and she walked out of the gym after every lesson, a new person. It was quite a thing to witness and many other personal trainers would comment what a difference her boxing lessons made.”
You can also adjust the intensity of boxing drills that use 2lb or 3lb dumbbells (yes, that’s right), lighter or heavier jump ropes, adjust HIIT routines, or just increase or decrease the speed and power of your punches.
Working with an experienced boxing instructor means that you can keep your workouts challenging and engaging, which can help you stick to your fitness goals over the long term.