Why is boxing Gigi and Bella's favorite sport?
Gigi and Bella Hadid, Karlie Kloss, Gisele Bundchen, are just some of the supermodels who remain in enviable shape thanks to boxing.
Why are more and more supermodels staying fit with boxing?
Gigi and Bella Hadid, Karlie Kloss, Gisele Bundchen, Adriana Lima, Jourdan Dunn, and Joan Smalls are just some of the supermodels who remain in enviable shape thanks to boxing. These famous women have discovered the benefits of this sport which help them to engage different muscle groups but get rid of stress, focus, and improve mental health.
Boxing is one of the best ways to get fit. It is difficult, demanding, and cruel sport, but also immensely fun. During this type of training, you will work to the maximum on each individual muscle of your body and you will certainly feel tired, but still - be persistent.
After one to two weeks of training, you will notice surprising physical changes in yourself. Even if you are thin - your muscles will be stronger and tighter. So, if you want to change old and boring fitness training, boxing is the right solution for you, so feel free to use all its advantages.
“Boxing is a sport of endurance which is the easiest way to achieve a slim body. Hitting requires a rotational movement that comes from the feet and passes through the body, resulting in firm abs. Repetition of the movement involves more muscle groups than would be the case with any other type of exercises such as running or aerobics,” said former English boxing team captain George Veness for British Vogue. Moving back and forth, left-to-right and circular involve different muscle groups, which is good for developing these muscles, but also preventing injuries.
In addition to physical appearance, boxing also contributes to strength, better coordination, and balance, and models love it precisely because they do not have the feeling that it is a cardio exercise.
In addition to the benefits for the body, boxing can do good to the mind as it improves concentration, mental strength, and mood, so doctors recommend it to people suffering from depression and other mental illnesses.
'When I box, I get so mentally carried away that I forget about everything else. I forget that I’m practicing and when the training is over I ask - wait, it's over? You always want more,' said boxing fan Gigi Hadid. In order to perform the exercises properly, get the most out of your training and prevent possible injuries, it is definitely recommended to exercise with a boxing coach. And what can you expect and what type of exercises are done, Adriana Lima showed: