Boxing at the USC
Boxing is a tactical combat sport in which ring insight, coordination of feet, eyes and hands and being in shape are important. The noble sport of boxing is one of the oldest sports of the modern Olympic Games and has enjoyed more attention in recent years. Boxing, the sport that has it all: power, speed, insight, suppleness and stamina.
Due to the way in which boxing is taught at the USC it is open to everyone.
Both men and women, from beginner to advanced. Our boxing training is popular and interesting to a large group of people, people who want to work on getting or maintaining great shape and a healthy mind in a healthy body.
Week schedule 2019-2020
The USC offers a starters course boxing technique in Unit 1 to 3 on Mondays. You will have to register for this course.
Beginners Course Unit 1 to 3
At the boxing technique beginners course, participants learn the basic techniques of boxing. In regular boxing lessons there is often no time for that.
This lesson is a good start for people who have never boxed, before participating in the regular lessons.
If you would like to join in with a boxing lesson, you are more than welcome. You can always walk in and train with us. Only by giving it a try will you find out how much fun it can be! We offer you the opportunity to get acquainted with this age old sport in an accessible way.
FROM COUCH POTATO TO GO-GETTER!
Beat stress and go boxing. An intense boxing training really allows you to forget your everyday stress. It makes your body feel good and is spiritually uplifting. In boxing the combination of speed, power and motion determines the level of success. Strong legs and great balance are essential to manoeuvre well during a fight; rock hard abs to take body shots; strong shoulders to pack a perfectly aimed punch; and strong neck muscles to absorb impact.
FITNESS SCHEDULE TO FIT
To get better in the ring a strong physique and stamina are essential. Our fitness instructors would be happy to put together a training schedule to enhance your boxing fitness and prevent injuries.