The hardest part of taking on a new and fitness and weight loss regime is actually getting started. The actual process of taking that first step is actually a psychological one that many people struggle to take control of and instead procrastinate, putting off starting inevitably. Lazing around on the couch becomes a habit of a lifetime if not addressed.
Along with that there is so much information out there to learn about counting calories and tracking calories burnt that it can get confusing very quickly.
And confused people often do nothing!
For this reason Boxing Evolution has created the 5 day 1000 punch free challenge. The challenge has been perfectly designed to take you from being completely inactive to being fully motivated, ready and willing to start a longer term fitness program.
The aim is to give you clear, easy and simple steps that you can take each day so that you set your weight loss journey off to a smooth start with maximum chance of completion.
The great thing about this challenge is that no equipment is needed. It can be done at home, at work, in the gym or even in the local park. All you need is your smartphone or tablet and a small space suitable to work out in.
You will receive daily guidance via email and will be shown on the Boxing Evolution training app what to do. This challenge is perfect for anyone who struggles to find the time to workout due to their career or family commitments.
Please note: This is not suitable for anyone with any major injuries or mobility issues.
AIMS OF THE CHALLENGE
The specific aims of this challenge are:
– Getting you motivated
– Getting you active
– Getting you in the habit of recording training and diet stats for each day
The 5 day challenge weight loss and fitness starter course is delivered by our specialist online learning management system.
Inside the course you will also find 5 FREE fat burning recipes from our B.E RIPPED recipe pack range.
SIGN UP NOW AND GET STARTED ON YOUR NEW BOXING BASED FITNESS AND WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY TODAY!!
About the coach, Matt Flavell..
The following is a little bit about me and my experience being involved in the sport of boxing and the world of fitness. I started boxing at the age of 17. (I am currently 37 as of the time of writing this which gives me 20 years experience in the sport). I have now been coaching people for over 12 years and have even run my own gym.
During this time I have also completed coaching qualifications in boxing and fitness. I have always had a great interest in developing your body so that it can perform to its optimum in terms of power, agility strength and endurance when it comes to taking in part in boxing or other combat sports.
I started off boxing at Northolt amateur boxing club just outside of London. I remained at the club for 2 years until I went off to Portsmouth University for the next 4 years. Due to there being no boxing club there I ended up starting one myself, which has now gone on to become one of the top university boxing clubs in the country. I had my first 4 fights during my time with the club including competing in a University championship in Ireland (which I travelled to by myself) and winning boxer of the night at first ever student union boxing event.
My coaching experience started during my last year of University. I was shown how to coach by a man called ‘Q’ who was at the time a top England A.B.A coach who worked with boxers such as Amir Khan before he won the Olympics. ‘Q’ used a very methodical system to break down techniques into their component parts and this system has stuck with me ever since when teaching people how to box.
The sport of boxing and coaching people very quickly became my passion and I went on to start my own company called ‘Boxing Evolution’ after gaining funding from the Princes Trust. In my time since I have coached 1000’s of people with many going on to do very well in boxing to include winning national titles in the A.B.A
I have trained myself in numerous different amateurs and professional gyms around the country with many different coaches and many different fighters. In this time I have learned many different boxing skills and methods of training for boxing fitness. I did not learn many of the important yet basic skills and training methods covered in this e-book until after a number of years of training, skills which I personally think are vital to learn from day one.
Alongside boxing I have also trained in K1 kickboxing, Brazilian Jujitsu, Judo, Wrestling and MMA. Many of the skills taught in these martial arts have areas that also transfer across into areas of boxing and vice versa. I have also competed in K1 and MMA fights along with boxing.
Over the years I believe I have figured out the most effective methods for fitness and strength training which are also based on important yet basic concepts which I am now passing on to you.