The world of Boxing is massive one to explore. It's a beautiful disciple which teaches people values like : discipline, resilience, integrity, respect and many more.
Boxing also helps people fight against diseases like Parkinson's.
Boxing will make you understand that nothing is impossible as long as
you believe in yourself.
At Afewee Brixton Boxing Club, every member of the team continuously works to develop their individual skill set by learning the foundations of boxing, specific techniques, tactics and strategies which will lead them towards a competition.
Our Amateur Boxing training program is designed to combine strength, agility, endurance and technique to maximise each boxer’s potential.
We train several times a week. Amateur Boxing Classes in Pimlico, Battersea and Brixton, and throughout London.
The White Collar Program
The White Collar Program is a 60 minutes intense boxing workout.
Training in groups of 10 people, participants will experience a boxer lifestyle with routines, boxing techniques and drills in preparation of their fights.
Attendance is required 3 times a week to ensure they are ready for their fights.
The classes will take place in Afewee Brixton
10 minutes warm up
40 minutes boxing techniques
10 minutes conditioning and cool down
Boxing For Parkinson
Parkinson's is a progressive nervous system disorder that
Symptoms start gradually, sometimes starting with a barely
noticable tremor in just one hand.
Tremors are common, but the disorder also commonly causes
stiffness or slowing of movement.
Benefits of Boxing for Parkinson's Disease:
Boxing training programs have been shown to have numerous positive effects on symptoms of Parkinson's disease
Warm-up exercises can help to stretch stiff muscles
Focusing on instructions/targets stimulates cognitive processing
Shouting exercises/counting out loud aids soft-voice disorder
Footwork drills improve balance and agility
Punching and core work build hand-eye coordination
Improvement of coordination, muscles strength and posture
General improvement in walking, reaction times, performance of daily activities and quality of life