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Boxing class Round 2 Ding! Ding!

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Yesterday was day 2 of my boxing experience. Now I have to say it was much lighter than Mondays class. We had a different trainer and he just made us laugh. The meany trainer from Mondays class saw me and gave me a thumbs up for returning and not giving up. So this class was just hitting the bags and slap boxing. The trainer would hold up his hands and you throw punches the way he tells it to you and show your strength. Then we did situps. I didn't know there were so many ways to do sit ups. Now I know why boxers look the way they do. After the class I just had to hit the treadmill for a minute because I miss walking and running so much. I had to burn over a 1000 calories including the treadmill for 15 min. Well today is Round 3 Ding Ding!

Pic below of my meany trainer that kicked my butt. I think he is the one to get me in the best shape.

60 min
Calories burned - 956

15 min

Eric Kelly
Position: Senior Boxing Trainer
Hometown: Titusville, Florida
Fight Experience: 104 wins & 14 losses
With over 100 fights under his belt, Eric Kelly was an outstanding amateur boxer, He was a 2x New York Golden Gloves Champion, 4x Natinaol Champion, 2000 Olympic alternate, 3x Milwaukee Golden Gloves. While going to school and training at the U.S.O.E.C. (United States Olympic Education Center), he was Ranked 1 in the country under USA Boxing and Ranked 4th in world.

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    That a Girl!! You GO!

    God bless & keep bustin!!

    2639 days ago
  • TIFFY0906
    WOW Boxing Class - do your thing girl
    2639 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/25/2012 7:39:31 PM
    First of all I'm so proud of you for going back!!! emoticon emoticon

    He's not back looking!! LOL!!!

    Hang in there girl, you will be smokin for summer!!!
    2640 days ago
    2640 days ago
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