BAD BOYS BOXING CLUB
Mon-Thu • 4pm to 9pm
Boxing Club Hours
4300 N Bicentennial • McAllen, Texas 78504
THERE ARE THREE KINDS OF FIGHTERS
AMATEUR, PROFESSIONAL AND EVERYONE ELSE
OUR GYM CAN HELP ALL KINDS OF FIGHTERS
Boxing isn’t fighting. It’s a skill that requires patience, discipline and hard work.
We’ll teach you how to think like a professional fighter in the ring
so you can perform like one outside of it.
Benefits of boxing
Boxers fight for three-minute rounds interspersed with one-minute recoveries and often spar or do bag work for similar durations. Interval training is an effective way to develop cardiovascular fitness, which is closely linked to cardiovascular health. The health benefits of boxing for the cardiovascular system include reduced risk of cardiovascular disease, reduced blood pressure and reduced risk of stroke.
Although a highly contested boxing match in itself may be stressful, training for boxing by hitting a heavy bag, doing pad work and working the speed bag provide a good outlet for stress. Intense exercise triggers the release of feel-good hormones called endorphins, which leave you feeling happy, confident and less stressed.
Increased Bone Density
Bone mass normally peaks when you are in your mid-30s to late 30s and then, if left unchecked, gradually declines as you age. Weight-bearing exercise and exercises that place a significant load through your bones can reduce bone loss and may even result in increased bone mass. As boxing loads all of your major bones, it can help prevent bone loss.
Healthy Weight Management
Boxing training is an energetic activity that burns a lot of calories. This calorie-burning effect can help prevent a calorific surplus and help with weight maintenance or weight loss. A 130-pound person who performs a 30-minute session on a punching bag will burn around 175 calories, and the same person would burn around 260 sparring. Combined with a calorie-controlled diet, boxing training can help you maintain your ideal weight.
BAD BOYS BOXING CLUB • North Mcallen • 4300 N. bicentennial • Phone 956.342.1098
Training facility of: Oscar Tovar Sr. and Chris Cabrera