Premium boxing specialists 12x3, located at Paddington Central, will celebrate International Women’s Day with the launch of a special boxing class this March.
Focusing on partner work to highlight ‘Gender Balance’, the official theme for International Women’s Day 2019, the class will demonstrate how training in male/female pairs can benefit participants to achieve their best performance.
Through a range of exercises led by elite level boxing coaches, attendees will have the opportunity to test their physical and mental strength.
12x3’s partner classes are priced at £20 per couple and classes will run on the following dates:
● Friday 15 th March
● Friday 22 nd March
● Friday 29 th March
For further information and to book please visit: www.12x3gym.co.uk
Traditionally considered a male sport, boxing has become increasingly popular with women in recent years. By building on physical strength, 12x3’s partner class will offer the opportunity to empower women, building confidence to channel in other aspects of life. The class will also demonstrate how men and women can achieve their best results by working together in the carefully curated workout. Open to people of all levels of experience, the class will start with a blood pumping warm up of jogging around the ring with floor taps, direction changes, high knees and short bursts of speed. This will be followed by four rounds of exercises including floor work, using the boxing bag, workouts in the ring itself and circuits.
The brainchild of former world champion Darren Barker and gold medal winner Ryan Pickard, 12x3 is nestled in the heart of Paddington Central. Unlike any other boxing gym, members are personally trained by some of Britain’s most decorated boxers, regardless of their level. Darren Barker comments:
“Women are a core part of our membership at 12x3 and we are delighted to launch this new class to mark International Women’s Day. At 12x3, we aim to provide a modern and supportive training environment where our members can channel their fighting spirit to take on the world and win.”